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The sole distributes and absorbs forces during the supportive phase of walking. Any deviation from the normal changes the axes of ascent and the distribution of forces. As the body is a single biomechanical chain, any abnormal force is transmitted throughout the body, causing problems in the knees, hips, spine, and even the neck.

What does the footprint offer?

Peltography is a modern, easy, radiation-free examination that helps prevent and diagnose foot and spine abnormalities. The physiotherapist recognizes the pathomebiomechanics of the foot and intervenes by applying the appropriate orthotic foot. The sole balances the forces, helps to absorb vibrations and reduces muscle fatigue.

In which cases is the footprint and the construction of a special foot suitable?

• Flatfoot, flat feet
• Blastogenesis, rabies, hemorrhoids, rabies
• Painful heel, plantar fasciitis, heel spur
• Metatarsalgia
• Hammer finger, hamster finger
• Achilles tendonitis, Achilles tendonitis
• Morton neuroma, imbalance
• Big toe ("knuckle")
• Scoliosis, back pain
• Problems of the hip, pelvis, knees
• Recurrent ankle sprains
• Diabetes
• Rheumatic deformations
• Neurological diseases (spasticity, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's etc.)
• People with long hours of standing
• Athletes
• Children
• Pregnant women

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