Addressing A Child’s Foot Pain

Addressing a Child’s Foot Pain

What parent wouldn’t do everything in their power to keep their children healthy?

Being proactive about a child’s foot concern is an important part of this philosophy.

Pain in a child’s feet isn’t normal. It’s rarely from ill-fitting shoes.

Unless a child has a deformity such as a bunion, foot pain is often a biomechanical problem.

This is considered good news.

A biomechanical problem means a part of their foot is getting stressed or fatigued by abnormal movements

The solution is often very simple.

Custom or custom-like orthotics resolve the pain almost 100% of the time.

Orthotics also significantly help to relieve juvenile bunion pain and leg pain as well.

Solving a child’s pain and biomechanical condition goes a long way toward avoiding future problems as a teenager or adult.

Many knee and back issues may be avoided by addressing the feet at a younger age.

A proactive approach to a child’s complaint about foot pain can help to avoid both short-term and long-term suffering.

We are here to serve you and your children.

To Healthy Feet,

Dr. Betschart

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