A Quick Primer on Orthotic Types

Insertable shoe insoles—generally called orthotics—can come in all kinds of sizes and shapes, and fit all kinds of different shoes. They can be designed to address any number of specific foot or ankle conditions. Orthotics can be made from a wide range of materials,...

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How Custom Orthotics Are Made

Custom orthotics are among the most effective treatment tools at a podiatrist’s disposal. Unlike padded insoles that you can buy off the rack at a pharmacy, custom orthotics can offer a lot more than just a generic layer of cushioned sponginess. Because they are...

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How to Relieve Nerve Pain

What is pain? That’s not really an easy question to answer, but it has something to do with how and why your body responds to trauma. When something gets damaged—say you scrape your knee—it stimulates nerve endings, which sends signals back to the spinal cord and...

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What Conditions Can Laser Therapy Treat?

It’s impossible to sum up laser therapy in just one word—things like “effective,” “awesome,” “advanced,” and “revolutionary” spring to mind. But if we had to pick one, versatile would make a pretty good candidate. That’s because the extensive, wide-ranging benefits of...

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