Not ‘holding’ your adjustment? Consider orthotics…

Here at Natural Elements we have a 3D foot scanner to assess the function of your feet. This is the only scanner and company that supports all 3 arches of your foot, making up the plantar vault. They are custom made for you by skilled technicians by using specific measurements from your scan. No two bodies are alike, and no two pairs of Footlevelers orthotics are alike (even from the right foot to the left!).

Many patients tell us they have over-the-counter orthotics that were a very good price, but they only support one arch. That means you are missing out on supporting over 2/3 of your foot function! In fact, by only supporting one arch of your foot, you may be causing other problems, pain or symptoms in other parts of your foot and resulting in imbalances in the rest of your joints.

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Footlevelers orthotics help the 39 joints in your foot function in an optimal way which can help your whole body perform better! Click here to go to our Orthotics page and learn more about Footlevelers.

Stop in today for your Foot Scan! FREE Service! See for yourself how your foundation is functioning! AND…Don’t miss out on the $50 savings on your pair of orthotics!!! (Good until Aug 31st)

Footlevelers has a 100% money back guarantee. We all want you to be satisfied with your orthotics and how you feel!

From the Footlevelers site specifically:

What Is Pronation?

When a foot is severely “pronated,” it means its arches have fallen and the foot is flat. Flat feet are less shock-absorbent, and make for a less stable “base” for everything above—the bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons of the entire body. They can also:
Shift the entire body out of alignment
Cause aches and pains in the feet, knees, hips, neck and/or spine
Lead to injury and problems like shin splints, Achilles tendinitis and plantar fasciitis
Women with flat feet are 50% more likely than those without to have low back pain
Up to 1/3 of people suffer from flat feet

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Causes of Pronation

The connective tissue, called the plantar fascia, on the underside of the foot is critical to maintaining the foot’s healthy arched shape. Injury and certain health conditions can cause the fascia to stretch out and flatten, but so can everyday, ongoing stressors like walking and standing. Once the fascia stretches out, it is unable to “spring back.” With the foot structure flattened, the body’s very foundation is in trouble.

So, stop in today for your Foot Scan! FREE Service! See for yourself how your foundation is functioning! AND…Don’t miss out on the $50 savings on your pair of orthotics!!! (Good until Aug 31st)