Orthotics

5 Tips to Find the Perfect Running Shoe

By Dr. Nicole Freels / June 20, 2019 / Comments Off on 5 Tips to Find the Perfect Running Shoe

  As the weather has gotten warmer, outdoor running season has kicked in to full swing. No more dusty gyms and noisy treadmills- just you, your feet, and the open road. The start of this new running season also means that you should probably invest in new running shoes. You want to make sure you…

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Bunched Up Orthotics In Your Shoe?

By Dr. Nicole Freels / November 13, 2018 / Comments Off on Bunched Up Orthotics In Your Shoe?

Sometimes orthotics and semi-custom insoles need to be trimmed to fit your shoe. It’s a common misconception that a custom orthotic will fit all shoes and this ‘bunched’ orthotic question is one of the most common questions we get. You’re not alone. Custom orthotics are actually casted to mirror the shape, arch, etc of your…

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Your Orthotic Prescription May Need An Adjustment

By Dr. Nicole Freels / October 3, 2018 / Comments Off on Your Orthotic Prescription May Need An Adjustment

If you’ve been wearing your orthotics for years without an adjustment, your orthotics probably aren’t supporting you the same way that they once did. Just like with eyeglasses, you need to regularly check your prescription, because our bodies change as we age. We can count on our eyes getting weaker and we can count on…

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What is HyProCure Surgery for Flat Feet?

By Dr. Amy Barko / July 9, 2018 / Comments Off on What is HyProCure Surgery for Flat Feet?

If you’ve heard the radio ads, HyProCure surgery sounds like a magic fix for flat-footed patients. For many patients the results ARE magical, the before and afters are stunning, and the change in lifestyle is significant. So Why Doesn’t Everyone Do It? There are several diagnosis that work for this type of surgery. HyProCure is…

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Do I Need Plantar Plate Surgery?

By Dr. Amy Barko / June 1, 2018 / Comments Off on Do I Need Plantar Plate Surgery?

A plantar plate tear means that you have damaged a strong ligament on the ball of the foot that supports and provides stability to the toe. This ligament prevents your toe from over-extending. The tear can technically be on any of the toes, but it’s many times found on the second toe. This injury is…

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Knee Replacement & Limb Length

By Dr. Nicole Freels / January 17, 2018 / Comments Off on Knee Replacement & Limb Length

Did you know? A knee or hip replacement could potentially change the length of your LEG. Approximately 600,000 knee replacements are performed each year. While approximately 400,000 hip replacements are performed. Some of our patients either have had or are future candidates for knee or hip replacement surgery, also known as hip arthroplasty or knee…

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