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Marvin Family Chiropractic offers customized Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers/Orthotics using a state-of-the-art, scientifically designed, computerized foot scanning system developed by Foot Levelers Orthotics. This device is unique in that it allows Dr. Marvin to determine which type of orthotics will help stabilize your spine/pelvic condition by balancing the feet.Utilizing Spinal Pelvic Stabilizer (SPS) Orthotics that fit inside your shoes or sandal orthotics has resulted in many of our patients finding relief for their neck, back, hip, knee, and foot problems.

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How can a foot problem cause me to have neck, back, pelvic, knee, hip pain?

The foundation of your body are your feet. They support you when you stand, walk, or run and also help protect your spine, bones, and soft tissues from damaging stress as you perform your everyday tasks in your lifestyle. Your feet perform better when all their muscles, ligaments, arches and bones are in their ideal stable positions.

The foot has 3 arches: medial, transverse and lateral. When they are in correct alignment they provide maximum supportive strength and shock protection for your body. These three arches form the main supporting framework and distributes the weight of the entire body. Failure of one or more of these arches will cause additional stress being place on the body and as a result the body most compensate. These compensatory reactions can lead to structural mis-alignment of all joints above the feet. To sum it up: Problems with your feet cause a negative impact on your knees, hips, pelvis, back and neck.

Orthotics enhance your body's performance and efficiency, shock absorption, reduce pain, and contribute to improved spinal function and total body wellness.

How Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers Work:

Wearing Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers inside your shoes is similar to placing a shim beneath the leg of a wobbly table: it adds support to eliminate unwanted motion in the entire structure. The foot is formed of three distinct arches, which create an architectural vault. The result of supporting these three arches is improved stability and postural integrity. Flexible Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers encourage optimal muscle and nerve function by guiding the feet through a more normal pattern with each step taken.

About Foot Levelers' Spinal Pelvic Stabilizer (SPS) Orthotics:

Foot Levelers, Inc., a leading supplier for 50 years, creates custom-made, flexible Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers to match each patient's unique needs. Using weightbearing impression images of the feet in the position of function, along with instructions from the healthcare professional. Skilled laboratory technicians create unique Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers designed to correct and support areas of weakness. The combination of flexible, yet supportive and durable construction materials ensure that the stabilizers will both guide the feet when walking and provide support during long periods of standing. Unlike other stabilizing technologies, which use rigid materials to force the feet into a theoretical "ideal" position and may result in muscle atrophy and abnormal nerve proprioception, Foot Levelers' allow controlled, supported movement for the dynamic human body.

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Pain Relief Could Be Only Two Feet Away

Your feet do not have to hurt to benefit from custom pelvic stabilizers/orthotics. Even without foot pain, they may be a major factor contributing to your health problems. Problems is different parts your body can usually be traced to imbalances in your feet.. A foot problem may be the cause of discomfort or pain in your leg/hip, knee, back, arm/shoulder or even your neck. Custom-made, flexible SPS Orthotics may be part of the solution to your health problems.

ALL ORTHOTICS HAVE A 100% REFUND POLICY

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THEM THEY WILL GIVE A 100% REFUND!

YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR PAIN!

CALL TODAY FOR A FREE CONSULTATION AND FOOT SCAN! 845-735-4755

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