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Custom Foot Orthotics 

"Your feet are the foundation of your body. Improper alignment of the feet can be the root cause of your back pain, headaches, and many more musculoskeletal related complaints. " - Maria Lemesheva 

Our feet play a crucial role as the foundation of the body. They support our weight, help with balance and stability, and facilitate movement. Proper alignment and posture of the feet are important for overall body alignment and can have an impact on the entire musculoskeletal system. 

We provide custom foot orthotics at Enlight Health Co to resolve the root cause of your discomfort. Misalignment of your feet can contribute to symptoms including:

1. Foot pain: Flat feet can lead to pain in the arches, heels, or along the inner side of the foot.


2. Overpronation: Flat feet can contribute to overpronation, where the foot rolls inward excessively during walking or running. This can lead to issues like ankle instability, shin splints, or knee and hip discomfort.


3. Fatigue and achiness: People with flat feet may experience tiredness or aching in their feet, especially after prolonged standing or physical activity.


4. Foot deformities: In some cases, flat feet can contribute to the development of other foot conditions, such as bunions or hammertoes.


5. Difficulty with footwear: Finding well-fitting shoes may be challenging due to the lack of arch support and altered foot structure.

6. Foot pain: High arches can lead to pain in the arches, heels, or balls of the feet due to excessive pressure on certain areas.


7. Instability: The foot may be less stable due to a smaller surface area in contact with the ground, potentially increasing the risk of ankle sprains or other injuries.


8. Calluses and corns: High arches can lead to increased pressure on specific areas of the feet, which may result in the development of calluses or corns.


9. Difficulty with shock absorption: The rigid nature of high arches can affect the foot's ability to absorb shock, potentially leading to discomfort during activities like walking or running.


10. Foot and leg fatigue: Individuals with high arches may experience fatigue or muscle cramps in the feet and legs, particularly after prolonged standing or physical activity.

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