Orthotics for the Olympics

Orthotics for the Olympics By: John K. Hyland, DC, DACBR, DABCO, CSCS With very few exceptions, the sports competitions held during the Winter Olympics are dependent on the function and stability of the feet. This goes for the various types of skiing (alpine, cross-country, and freestyle), skating (figure, dance, speed, hockey), and snowboarding. Participation in 

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Inspiration: Dr. Anna Mosely, World Class Athlete

Imagine hanging 20,000 feet in the air overlooking Argentina terrain, on the side of one of the seven summits. Dr. Anna Moseley did. In fact, that’s when this Chiropractor from Vienna, VA first started using Foot Levelers orthotics. “I didn’t want to be suspended 20,000 feet with my feet hurting,” says Moseley who climbed the 

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Weightbearing Casting Produces the Best Results

By: William M. Austin, DC, CCSP, CCRD Over and over again, the weightbearing casting method has been shown to be the most reliable, accurate, and effective process for creating custom-made foot orthotics. The question as to which type of orthotic is the best for your patients has been settled, too: Foot Levelers’ functional orthotics work 

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The Benefits of a Report of Findings

By: Kathy Mills Chang As Foot Levelers’ insurance advisor, questions are directed to me by customer service from doctors all around the country. Without a doubt, the most common question I get is about why insurance companies may pay less money for functional orthotics than the amount of the doctor’s cost. The predominant reason for 

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