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FOOT LEVELERS ADDS NEW SHOETHOTICS TO GIVE PATIENTS MORE OPTIONS FOR FALL 2018!

Roanoke, VA, September 24, 2018 – Foot Levelers has added FIVE NEW Shoethotics® to their fall catalog making it easier for your patients to wear the shoe styles they like without sacrificing the pain relief, support, and comfort that comes with Foot Levelers custom orthotics. These NEW Shoethotics include shoes from Brooks, Merrell, and OluKai that your patients are sure to love.

Foot Levelers’ NEW Shoethotics include:

The Brooks® Ghost 11 – For Men and Women

 

The Brooks Ghost 11 running shoe is great for hardcore runners and active patients. The Brooks Ghost 11 has been improved with Brooks’ DNA Loft foam along with modifications to the upper and outsole. Paired with Foot Levelers custom orthotics, these Brooks provide a lightweight running shoe with the comfort and support your patient’s bodies need. read more

FOOT LEVELERS ANNOUNCES FALL SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Roanoke, VA September 10, 2018 – Foot Levelers is excited to announce their fall seminar schedule which includes Foot Levelers’ five new speakers!

For over 66 years, Foot Levelers has been a strong supporter of chiropractic and a leading provider of professional development and continuing education opportunities. Foot Levelers Chiropractic Seminars feature leading experts and are an excellent educational resource allowing doctors to earn up to 12 CEUs per seminar.

Foot Levelers’ seminar fall schedule includes: read more

Stay Cool, Look Good and Stay Supported this Summer

By Jennifer Illes, DC 

Summer and warmer weather mean more patients are wearing sandals and flip-flops! They are gaining popularity for use for a variety of occasions for their casual and comfortable style. A survey on 1,000 females showed that approximately 43% of them preferred wearing flip-flops over sports shoes during shopping. (1) And although it’s always fun to kick your typical non-summer footwear aside, sandals are typically known to be the most non-foot-friendly shoes.

The typical sandal or flip-flop is very thin and offers little support or cushioning to the foot. When wearing flip-flops, people tend to alter their gait by taking shorter steps, which often results in hip and lower back pain. 2 And while the sole may seem soft and comfortable, this can cause pain in the heels, arches, ball of the foot, and toes. The foot also ends up over-pronating (rolling inward) in flip-flops, especially with no added support for the arch of the foot. (2) read more

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