Note To Healthcare Professionals - ArchMasters and Your Patients
More and more health professionals are recognizing the important role biomechanics and footwear play in the treatment of lower extremity medical conditions, as well as in preventing foot problems and further deterioration of the foot.
Reducing spinal, pelvis, hip, knee and ankle compression, tension and torque movements leads to unrestricted inhibition of performance and better therapeutic results. Research indicates that this can be accomplished through motion control. At ArchMasters, special attention is given to address abnormal rotations of the entire foot and lower extremity.
Dr. Sables is one of a handful of practitioners in the country offering computerized and video analysis of gait to provide realignment of abnormal function to maintain and enhance postural alignment to reduce, eliminate, and/or prevent pain and performance complications.
With the passage of the Therapeutic Shoes For Persons With Diabetes Benefit, there is increasing recognition of custom shoes, orthotics and shoe modifications as durable medical equipment. For your patients suffering with diabetes, ArchMasters will work with you to ensure your patient's foot health.
Many seniors today want to maintain an active lifestyle. Four to 7% (10 to 18 million) of America's aging population cannot wear off the shelf inserts. Including regular visits to ArchMasters can help your elderly patients maintain functional support for their feet and an active lifestyle.
Athletes and Fitness Participants
For your patients who are athletes or committed to fitness, proper foot support can relieve pain and soreness in the feet, back, knees, legs, and heel, as well as help to prevent injury and improve performance. Proper foot support does not always mean buying new shoes. At ArchMasters, we can help your patients stay on their feet by removing the generic insoles and replacing them with custom fitted or custom made orthotics.
ArchMasters can help your patients with foot and ankle injuries get back on their feet and give them on-going care to prevent or reduce the risk of injuries such as sprains, plantar fasciitis and tendonitis.