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  • Laser Phototherapy, a New Modality in Treatment of Nerve Injury Laser Phototherapy, a New Modality in treatment of Long-Term Incomplete Peripheral Nerve Injury: a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study
  • Regeneration of Rat Transected Sciatic Nerve after Laser Treatment Double-blind Randomized Study Evaluating Regeneration of the Rat Transected Sciatic Nerve after Suturing and Postoperative Low-Power Laser Treatment
  • Feet & Pregnancy A common complaint, but often overlooked issue for women during pregnancy is foot pain. As hormonal changes loosen the pelvis, the feet also become lax. This increases the probability of a flattening arch and increased shoe size.
  • Low Back Pain A leading cause of disability for Americans, most will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. While there are many causes, your feet are the foundation of every step you take. A poorly supported arch may result in poor spine posture and ailments of the back.
  • Shin Splints Shin splints are commonly seen in runners and athletes. The primary cause of shin splints is the overuse of the involved muscle and tendon. Proper biomechanical orthotics are often an effective treatment for shin splints.
  • Children's feet Children's feet - helping to mold the feet of the future. Correcting a child's feet early can limit the development of flat feet and correct biomechanical inefficiencies of the feet. Improved mechanics results in less stress upon the ankles, knees, hips, and spine.
  • IT Band The Iliotibial band is a touch band of tissue that runs along the outside of the thigh. It is a common injury that runners suffer, often resulting in pain of the lower thigh or outside of the knee.
  • Shoe Selection Shoe selection - help your premium orthotics with the right shoe gear. Insights into insuring the right fit, and key features of a good shoe for your orthotics.
  • Sports Performance Every athlete seeks an edge to enhance their performance. Many Professional athletes use orthotics to improve their performance and reduce their risk of injury.