HIP PAIN


Foot orthotics can help manage low back and hip pain by improving and stabilizing the position of the feet, which in turn improves every aspect of a person’s gait.

The medical term for this phenomenon is the kinetic chain.

The feet represent the base of the kinetic chain, and each subsequent joint above the feet can be considered a “link” in the chain—which goes all the way up the trunk of the body to the neck.

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Related Pains:
Back Pain

What is
Hip Pain?


This is a constant aching or shooting pain that occurs with every step or movement of the body.

The positioning of your feet directly affects the way your pelvic area tilts and shifts.

Flat feet, a high arch, or other improper foot positions can cause your hips to shift out of alignment.

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Hip Pain.


Hip pain is directly due to misalignment at the feet. An imbalance of stabilization at the feet creates a chain reaction of imbalance throughout the rest of the body.

Unstable feet will cause one leg to be longer than the other, causing the pelvis and hips to tilt. Now the left leg’s ball and socket has spacing issues that will cause pain. At the same time, the right side shifts up and causes the top of the pelvis to collide with other bones and/or organs.

Stabilizing your insole will create a balanced foundation and relieve your pain.