Because we are all about overall physical function, we look at the entire posture from the bottom-up.

Your feet are like a pedestal for everything above; if the feet are imbalanced and not working as they should, it will magnify the imbalance and dysfunction in the pelvis and spine.

The foot is made up of 3 bony arches. These 3 arches are: Medial longitudinal arch (A-C), Lateral longitudinal arch (B-C) and the Anterior transverse (metatarsal) arch (A-B).

Together, these 3 arches form an extremely strong, supportive “plantar vault” that distributes the weight of the entire body.  It balances the body, propels us forward, safely absorbs heel-strike shock and adapts to walking and running stress.

Over time, one or more of your arches will weaken due to gravitational pressure. This process is completely natural, but can be expedited by injuries, a short leg, improper posture and naturally weak ligaments and tendons.

Once an arch or multiple arches have weakened, the weight of the body will shift away from the weakened arch and start to apply pressure and stress to the other arches, causing pain and other symptoms throughout the body.

Foot Levelers custom made orthotics are designed to provide the best possible support for all 3 arches of your feet. They are individually crafted based on 3D scans to bolster the arches in your feet and available in a variety of styles and builds to suit your lifestyle and needs

Foot Levelers custom orthotics are designed to provide the needed support for your arches that will relieve pain now, prevent pain later, and enhance your athletic performance by compensating for any and all of your weakened arches to help correct your overall posture.

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