Podiatrist Made Foot Orthotics
The reasons for foot pain vary, which is why seeing a podiatrist while you have foot pain is important. Foot pain is the beginning of many foot problems and other problems throughout the body including in the back and the knee.
There is a particular reason why you are experiencing pain and as a podiatrist, I have the experience of seeing thousands of patients that I have treated with similar problems. There are multiple treatments you may need at once to get yourself on the right track toward perfect foot health.
In regards to the feet, you will probably need custom orthotics. Most, if not all foot pain, is helped by one’s custom orthotics. Other issues could be shoe problems. For example, wearing more than one pair of shoes regularly is important to prevent foot pain. Having different pairs increases the comfortability of your feet.
There are many difference causes of foot pain: some include flat feet, high-arched feet, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, and arthritis. Come into us at the American Foot and Ankle Specialists and we will figure out what is the cause of your foot pain.
If you don’t know why your feet are hurting you and want to get specific treatment and advice, call 480-483-9000 and schedule a consultation today!
Ending Foot Pain
Flat feet and high-arched feet are shapes of the foot that can cause intense foot pain. The floor may even feel like hard concrete under your feet. To defeat this problem, you need the right shoes and the right orthotics.
We make custom orthotics by podiatrists that especially made for your feet. Depending on your foot condition and foot shape, we formulate the orthotics that will best suite your foot and walking style.
Either myself, Dr. Stegman, or my partner, Dr. Erotas, can make orthotics that help give you a more even, comfortable walk and lighten the amount of pressure placed on your feet each time you walk.
Schedule Your Consultation Today!
If you are suffering from foot pain, orthotics will help! Call 480-483-9000 and schedule a consultation today!
By Michael Stegman