The effects of this "inward rolling" gait, cascades to other parts of the skeletal framework of your child's body and can lead to future injuries that will continue and likely increase into adulthood.
Finding this now is good parenting! "In the majority of cases it can be corrected back to the normal range if caught early".
Note: Medical professionals will agree; most knee pain and back pain can be directly attributed to the torsion effects of pronation.
Your child's foot will make a very flat footprint (see image) You can see this for yourself if your child's feet are wet and they quickly walk on concrete. Flat feet can make walking and running difficult and can lead to more serious ankle knee hip and lower pack pain.
The 2ft Orthotics utilises a proprietary design and material technology that functions together to cause muscle resistance (builds foot muscle strength).
Since 1995 over 10,000 children have enjoyed comfort and correction.
4 to 12 years old is the optimal time for correction. After 12 years old correction takes more time.
to confirm a free foot scan (no obligation)
There is no cost to you or obligation to purchase; we are happy to assist you. It is our belief that the more informed you are with accurate information the better chance you have of making the right decision for your child’s health and well being; “We look forward to assisting you.”
Book a time to try a test pair.
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Get a "free" on your child's feet
DESCRIBE YOUR CHILD’S PAIN TO OUR SENIOR CONSULTANT
This section of the 2ft Orthotics website allows you to describe your child’s pain locations to our senior consultants who will then email you relevant information about the cause and solution.
Here is how it works:
Step 1: Identify your child’s foot pain.
Step 2: Locate the pain areas on the pictures below
Step 3: Pinpoint the areas of pain using the grid reference
For example; Pain in the heel; D:11
Pain on the inside arch; D:17.
Step 4: Complete the form (below)