Do any of the symptoms below relate to you or someone you know?
Do you care about the future of your joints and wish to slow down,
or even prevent, the onset of degeneration and wear and tear?
Common complaints associated with poor foot biomechanics:
- localised foot pain
- sore foot when standing
- pain when walking or running
- foot, ankle, knee or hip pain
- generalised leg pain
- flat feet
- high arches
- plantar fasciitis
- Morton's Neuroma
- Achilles Tendonitis
- hammer toes
- Paediatric foot and posture problems
- balance issues
- sports injuries
- bad posture
- chronic or acute lower/upper back pain
- neck pain
If you answered ''yes'' to any of the above symptoms, or care about the longevity of your joints, this could mean that you may benefit from custom orthotics.
What are custom orthotics?
What can I do?
What happens during the first appointment?
How do you examine my feet and gait accurately and specifically?
Why is the gait scan so important?
What should I do now?
The first step is to make an initial consultation. We will able to determine if custom orthotics will be beneficial to you.
Based in St Asaph we serve the local community in North Wales: Prestatyn, Abergele, Colwyn Bay, Holywell, Flintshire, Denbighshire, Conwy, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Ruthin and Denbigh