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Orthotics For Your Feet

orthotics for feet Phase 4 Orthotics are supports for your feet. They are pre-molded and support the arch of your foot. This is important for various reasons. Your feet support your body and if you have ever had problems with your feet, you will know that every step you took was felt in your whole body. It is vital that your feet enjoy optimal health.

One of the ways to do this is to make sure you have healthy feet. Many people do not take care of their arch of your foot. This is important for various reasons. Your feet. They are more important than your face! So treat them well and pamper them when you can. However, creams and lotions only go so far. Make sure your toenails are cut regularly and your cuticles are healthy. A regular visit to a chiropodist works wonders and you should try it. A visit once a month is recommended.

Sometimes we develop problems with our feet where spas and chiropodists cannot help us. You may develop bunions or even flat feet. Sometimes these can be avoided by using proper shoes but not always. If you have any problems 'structurally' then please get an appointment with your podiatrist as soon as possible so you can find out what the problem is and how it can be treated.

As Seen On TV Very often orthotics can help. They give the arch of your feet support and that can realign the bones in your body as well as your joints, your tendons and even your muscles. You will feel much better because your body will 'fit' together again as it should. You will also find relief from such symptoms as pain in your heel, heel spurs, tendonitis and even arthritis. Some of us have chronically 'tired' feet and orthotics can help with that. Also lower back pain and pain in the knees are often caused by faulty alignment of your feet. These orthotics will take the strain off your lower back and your muscles there should feel great relief from the unnecessary stress there. Wearing them also enables your knees to naturally be realigned to where they should be. Even your ankles will be strengthened as they are naturally re-aligned.

It is amazing how people are helped by a simple piece of plastic under their feet! Some orthotics require special shoes, which add to the cost of the whole project. This isn't the case with Phase 4 Orthotics. In fact they easily fit into all shoes, including sandals. They can be worn by men or women and you can easily find which ones are the correct sizes for you as you only need to know your shoe size to be able to pick of the correct Phase 4 Orthotic size.

You will find that they are very comfortable and also effective. They do not cost a lot and you don't have to go and get a prescription to buy them. They are very popular not only for people who are on their feet all day, like waiting staff or nurses, for example, but they are great for seniors. Even athletes use them.

Phase 4 Orthotics are available on TV and you can also find them on Amazon. Amazon is a great place to do some research as you can look at the reviews there. Amazon has a star system with one star being poor and five being excellent. They also give you a summary of reviews where you can see how many people gave five stars, etc. This is a shopper's dream as you can get a good overall impression of what you want to buy. Also reading the reviews gives you great insight into more details of the product. Not only that, they often go into detail about why they needed them in the first place. By reading such reviews you can often find people who have similar problems to your own and how they were helped. For example you might read that someone tried them for a particular length of time before the orthotics had any lasting effect. Therefore you might have more patience with wearing them until the benefits kicked in for you too.

Phase 4 Orthotics can help improve your posture in a very simple way. They fit into all your shoes and they are very reasonably priced.

CAVEAT - Beware Of "Over The Counter" Orthotics.

Orthotics for feet are medically prescribed instruments that are personally made to suit your particular foot problem. Many stores and pharmacies sell over the counter orthotics which could aggravate your condition. If your foot problem is severe, you must consult your local podiatrist/chiropodist in your area for the correct orthotic.

Websites Of Interest

The websites below provide helpful information in regards to foot and ankle ailments.

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons Website

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons
ACFAS seeks to promote the art and science of foot, ankle and related lower extremity surgery
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Website: http://www.acfas.org/
Phone: (800) 421-2237
Email: info@acfas.org

American Board of Podiatric Surgery Website

American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Our purpose, or goal, is to protect and improve the health and welfare of the public by the advancement of the art and science of podiatric surgery.
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Website: http://www.abps.org
Phone: (415) 553-7800
Email: info@abps.org

American Society for Podiatric Surgeons Website

American Society for Podiatric Surgeons
ASPS will advance the knowledge and skills of podiatrists in the area of surgery of the foot, ankle, and governing and related structures.
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Website: http://www.aspsmembers.org/
Phone: 877-277-7616 (toll free)
Email: N/A

American Board of Medical Specialties Website

American Board of Medical Specialties
The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), a not-for-profit organization, was established in 1933 to create uniformity in physician certification.
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Website: http://www.abms.org/
Phone: (312) 436-2600
Email: N/A

American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine Website

American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
The American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine serves to advance the understanding, prevention and management of lower extremity sports and fitness injuries.
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Website: http://www.aapsm.org/members.html
Phone: (352) 620-8562
Email: info@aapsm.org