A Spinal Pelvic Stabilizer, also commonly known as an orthotic, is an insert placed in your shoe to help improve your body’s balance, posture and alignment. Stabilizers are the only orthotics designed to support all three arches of the foot. By providing proper support for your feet, Stabilizers help create a balanced foundation for your body.

Correcting problems in your feet has amazing benefits that may surprise you! Our Stabilizers can help increase your strength, enhance your athletic performance, and keep you feeling energized–even at the end of the day. Stabilizers are available in many styles and features, depending on your needs and the shoes you choose to wear. They are custom made from your digital scan utilizing sixteen exact measurements to create your pair with your lifestyle, age, weight, activity level and condition in mind.

Contrary to popular belief, many people with foot problems experience little or no pain in their feet. Instead, the pain is transferred to other areas of your body. Your feet are the foundation for your entire body, and having the proper posture is the best way to support your body. If you have weakness or unstable positioning in either foot, it can contribute to postural problems throughout the rest of your body. By balancing your feet, Stabilizers help improve your posture, enhance your body’s performance and efficiency, reduce pain and contribute to your total body wellness.

Take This Test:

  • Do you stand or walk on hard surfaces for more than four hours daily?
  • Do you participate regularly in any physical sport (basketball, baseball, tennis, golf, bowling, etc)?
  • Are you age 40 or over?
  • Have you had a prior injury to your knee, back or neck?
  • Do you wear your shoes unevenly?
  • Do you have joint pain while standing, walking or running?
  • Is one of your legs shorter than the other?
  • Do you have knock-kness or bow legs?
  • Do you have obvious foot problems (bunions, corns, flat feet, etc)?
  • Do your feet “toe out” when you’re walking?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above, you should schedule an appointment to have your feet scanned.