Chiropractic Care & Orthotics: The Joint Escondido Offers $19 First Visit

The Joint in Escondido offers great care for your spine and your overall health, from your head to your feet.

Great posture, great support for the spine, back and neck, can all be traced back to the way in which we treat our feet. Without having good footwear that fits as it should, and without having our feet in the proper alignment, our bodies are put through so much more strain than is necessary. For some people, these things are in such misalignment that they need a little help in order to protect the overall health of the individual. This is where orthodics step in and work their magic.

Orthotics are shaped insoles placed inside shoes with the purpose of restoring natural foot movement to help with posture and extremity pain. Orthotics also known as insoles or shoe inserts, are designed to correct foot posture and abnormal or irregular walking patterns. More than the typical arch supporters or shoe cushioners you find at your local pharmacy, orthotics help users to perform functions that make everyday activities more comfortable and efficient, by altering the angles at which the feet strike the ground.

Many chiropractors use orthotics for their patients in order to help correct serious issues in joints; along with regular chiropractic care, orthotics are very effective. Many chiropractors are socially trained to help fit orthotics for patients. Knowing whether you need them is often left up to the diagnoses of a doctor of chiropractor. Chiropractors treat the whole body and can determine how the use of orthotics to help with a specific issue.

Customized orthotic insoles are shaped to accommodate and align your feet and to correct and realign your foot and anklebones to their neutral position, restoring natural foot function.

At The Joint, Escondido, we have a number of qualified doctors of chiropractic that can assist in any questions or concerns over the need and use of orthotics for any of our clinic patients. With no appointments needed and just $19 for the first visit, knowing whether orthotics are for you, is as simple as walking through our doors.

Consult your primary care physician or chiropractor for any medical related advice.

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