No, its just people with Scoliosis have to buy the really good orthotics they only sell on infomercials at 3 a.m. Only those will work for serious issues and only when combined with useing the Jack Lalane juicer.
Infomercials. I lost track of how many times I have fallen asleep leaving the TV on and I am dreaming that I am making it big on selling on Ebay, or buying up houses with no money down, or buying up property and houses for the back taxes. Whatever their pushing, I am dreaming about
doing it. Ya think they know what their doing on those things if it makes you dream about
doing it. They should have language learning channels that pump it out that way.
I haven't heard of the ideal foot store. The only orthotic I have ever tried are Alzners, which I have heard good things and bad things about
them, but I can say they did make me stand allot straighter and I can definitely tell that I am slouching bad at this point. The thing about
Alzners is they are not by any means custom. All they measure is the size of your foot and the depth of your current arch and match to that. This foot Doctor named Alzner had a belief that it was wrong to make orthotics that were matched for supporting a bad arch. So, he figured out what he thought was a proper arch and Alzner orthotics will force your arch into that shape. So, they are extremely painful to wear the first, second, third day. If you can stand the pain for a hour the first day your doing good. Then you slowly extend the time you use them each day while they are pushing everything into the position Alzner thought was correct. After about
a week of doing this, you can stand to wear them all day, and after a couple of weeks they don't hurt anymore because your foot has been forced to match the arch support, and then it maintains it from there. I have read other foot doctors say this is wrong, but they worked for me on getting rid of my back pain. Never did a thing for my neck, shoulders, or the other half a dozen problems, but the back felt better. I could stand and walk without my back hurting. Now I can't walk 20 feet without feeling like I am pounding my spine and its acheing.
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