Foot Levelers News

Leading Provider of Custom Orthotics

Month: June 2017

Jackie Ann’s WHYOTY Entry Made Our Day!

Jackie Ann Dean of Missouri’s Where Have Your Orthotics Taken You (“WHYOTY”) submission was so special, we had to share it with the world. Thanks so much for making our day, Jackie!!

Check out this video of Dan on our team reading Jackie’s letter and sharing pictures from Jackie’s WHYOTY adventure to Washington, D.C.

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Want to enter WHYOTY? All you have to do is share a picture or video of yourself with your orthotics to our Facebook page, and tell us a little bit about Where Your Orthotics Have Taken You. (Or you can mail in your entry like Jackie did, too!) Each month, we pick a winner to receive an awesome prize. read more

Thanks, Dr. Charlie!

Check out this testimonial from Dr. Charlie Flood in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Dr. Charlie “walks the walk” of healthy support–meaning he doesn’t just recommend Foot Levelers to his patients, he wears them himself!

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Foot Levelers can help you get back in the game of life and healthy activity, like running. Here’s how we helped Dr. Charlie:

“The latest person to take advantage of our office’s Foot Levelers’ special? ME!

In an ‘I’m not only the doctor, I’m also a patient’ type story, having flat feet (arguably flatter than the floor), I’ve been wearing orthotics for over 15 years now dating back to when I first started chiropractic college in the fall of 2002. read more

Rory’s Story (and The Case of the Missing Orthotic)

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The most rewarding part of working for Foot Levelers? Helping patients–no question.

And Rory’s story is one of our favorites.

Earlier this month, our gal Tammy, who works in our Sales & Service Department, read about the plight of an adorable little guy all the way across the pond in Lancashire, England. Six-year-old Rory was born four months premature, leaving him with sensory, physical, and neurological issues. He’s unable to walk, but with ongoing therapy his parents hope that one day he will. read more

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