For Pain Relief
When there has been any kind of tissue injury, soft tissue constricts and pulls towards body center, eventually loses elasticity and gets fibrous. This is how scars become problematic. When injury pulls toward the midline of the body or body part, it throws off movement and gait. Add to this possible ligament instability from damage or deformation, loss of alignment in the joint and wear on cartilage, muscle strain and BAM! Wear and tear and pain result. Becoming more aligned helps immediately reduce pain and strain. The feedback in your shoes from our MAGIC orthotics reminds you of your pain-free center, with EVERY STEP.
To feel great again means bringing your body into the best possible body alignment for healing and health. Custom Orthotic Solutions’ MAGIC orthotics promote better standing, walking and learning which helps you internalize better alignment and makes all the difference to your well being.
Consistently, customers participating in their own self-care create profound and lasting healing change. For damage that may seem unfixable, we have accommodative solutions that can make the difference.
When we bring back the natural flow of movement to its optimal level – optimal alignment – the miracle of more efficient and healthy biology results. This means less inflammation after injury, faster healing time and less pain.
Good arch mechanics and learning to use muscles in the feet improves overall circulation. With a healthy, optimally aligned step, 2 1/2 tablespoons (20-30 mL) of tired blood (venous) in the leg is mobilized back to the heart.
This pump mechanism lies deep in the muscles of the arch of the foot helping pump blood back when properly activated. Total contact orthotics, like those from Custom Orthotic Solutions, promote the efficient return of the venous blood. Most urban dwellers today have collapsed feet and they rarely fully activate enough to empty the tired (venous) blood. Our results indicate this healthy mechanics of the arch may even reduce edema and neuropathic changes due to poor venous return.