Change the way your feet hit the ground, and your whole body's structure changes
Structural stress will manifest as many symptoms – such as restlessness, insomnia, inability to concentrate, frequent daydreaming, nightmares, and unresolved health problems. If chiropractic adjustments don’t hold, it could be a mechanical problem such as fallen arches, Morton’s toe, or short leg syndrome.
There are 30 bones in the leg. Twenty-six of those bones are in the feet. Many knee, hip, lower back problems are the result of poorly functioning feet. Changing the way the feet hit the ground has a beneficial effect on the structure of the whole body. We do this with orthotics.
Orthotics support the foot and ankle during weight-bearing, aligning joints and eliminating muscle stress. This allows for more normalized weight distribution, significantly reducing pain and discomfort, and normalizing nerve flow.
It is important to wear your orthotics all of the time. To go from a corrected to an uncorrected state is more detrimental to the body than being constantly uncorrected.
Another way to help correct structure is through gentle stretching exercises and breathing techniques. We will teach you the exercises that are personalized to your structural and lymphatic issues.
Structural as well as visceral dysfunctions produce muscle contractions and loss of range of motion. Knowing the cause always improves clinical results.