Running is one of the most popular forms of exercise, but it is also one of the most common ways to sustain a painful injury. That’s because your foot is comprised of 112 ligaments, 33 joints, and 26 bones – not to mention a vast network of tendons, nerves, and blood vessels – and one improper move [Read More]
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Is It Okay to Wear My Custom Orthotics All The Time?
Are you one of the millions who regularly experience pain in the feet, knees, or legs by merely taking a walk or doing non-strenuous activities? To address this, your doctor might recommend getting custom orthotics. Some people overlook using orthotics. They think orthotics can cause more pain if [Read More]
How Often Do I Need to Replace Custom Orthotics?
Painful feet, sore heels, shin splints, and lower back pain – these may be symptoms of poor gait, foot function, or misalignment. Custom orthotics, or shoe inserts, correct many podiatric and orthopedic issues. For best therapeutic value, orthotics should be in good condition. So, when should you [Read More]
The Benefits of Custom Orthotics Goes Well Beyond Foot Pain
Orthotics are shoe inserts that can support your feet and relieve pain. You can buy them from stores or get custom ones from a podiatrist. Custom orthotics are tailored to your feet specifically, providing more targeted support than store-bought versions. They can help you stand, walk, and run more [Read More]
Custom Orthotics for Low Back Pain Relief
Low back pain—while most commonly caused by mechanical issues, arthritis, and soft-tissue injuries—can also result from certain foot problems. The feet form the base of the kinetic chain, and the joints above them essentially act as a link in the chain. The kinetic chain refers to the [Read More]
How Can Custom Orthotics Help Me?
You might think of Baylis & Brown Orthopedics as the practitioners to call when you need back pain treatment. However, our team offers care for the entire musculoskeletal system. This includes every portion of it, from your shoulders to your toes. Orthopedists understand how your body works, [Read More]