As Smooth As A Rolls-Royce…

A luxury car like a Rolls-Royce needs every part working perfectly to glide down the road effortlessly.

You can’t even hear one of these on the road — they are that smooth.

Our body is no different.

Keeping our feet and lower extremity joints working optimally is mission critical to our moving effortlessly.

For our feet to function ideally, they need to be in perfect alignment.

One minor flaw can lead to pain, deformity, and long-term suffering.

Surgeries, including joint replacements, have been the result of improper alignment.

The way to ensure ideal alignment is… Custom Orthotics.

If you have orthotics, you likely know what we mean.

Not only do they help to alleviate foot pain, they can also alleviate knee, hip, and back pain as well.

Children experiencing foot or leg pain due to flat feet benefit greatly from orthotics to restore their alignment.

Orthotics put the bones in our feet in the most ideal position so everything can move as it is supposed to.

Some results of poor foot alignment are Plantar Fasciitis, Bone Spurs, Bunions, Tendinitis, and Arthritis.

When our foot alignment isn’t ideal, knee, hip and back problems can also occur.

Just like a car needs a new set of tires to work better, many people have feet that need help to function better.

Think of your body like a fine luxury car that needs all parts working perfectly to glide down the street effortlessly.

Custom Orthotics is often the ticket to getting your feet to work like a new set of tires on a Rolls-Royce.

To Moving Effortlessly,

Dr. Betschart

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