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Flexing Foot Correctors

Step Forward Orthotics are made in the shape of an ideal foot so that, in time your foot will re-shape to the orthotic. This corrects the foot. Step Forward Orthotics are highly proprioceptive, active foot correctors.

When foot posture is incorrect the entire body structure is incorrect. Weak arches or misaligned bones can lead to painful conditions throughout the body including feet, knees, hips, back, neck, and shoulders.

The foot will change its shape according to what supports it. Most arch support are made to fit the unbalanced or troubled foot. They are mere static foot support.

Try our orthotics today.

You and your feet will feel better

Step Forward Orthotics will:

  • Align and support the bones in your feet

  • Exercise and strengthen the muscles in the feet

Together, these two things will train your feet to the correct form. Problems caused by misaligned feet can be expected to improve.

Common Foot Ailments & Alignment issues

Bunions: Hallux Valgus.

An inherited way of standing and walking can push the big toe across towards the other toes. Calcium builds up at the joint to form a lump. Using Step Forward Orthotics and a simple exercise, many people have found relief and progressive correction, resulting in a straight toe without surgery.

Heel Pain:

Pain under the heel when you first rise from bed or

get up from a chair, is often plantar fasciitis. This chronic inflammation of the plantar fascia, a ligament -like structure that runs from heel to toes. The inflammation is caused by the fascia partially pulling away from the heel. Heel spurs (calcium deposits) may then form.

Most treatments are for the symptom. Step Forward Orthotics focus on the cause of the conditions by developing the muscles and fascia.


The middle of the toe rises up and the tip of the toe points down. It normally affects only the 2nd, 3rd and 4th toes.

It is commonly associated with a dropped transverse arch

(too much pressure under the ball of the foot).

Step Forward Orthotics raise the transverse arch and, with a gentle exercise, many people have found relief and slow progressive correction.

Neuromas: Also known as metatarsalgia or neuropathy.

It is a feeling of burning, numbness or pain in the forefoot

often between the 3rd & 4th toes (Morton's neuroma).

It develops when nerve beteen two metarsal head is pinchedand bruised. It is more common with runners & dancers, or those with a dropped transverse arch or tight shoes. Step Forward Orthotics raise this arch to eliminate the pinching. This can alleviate the condition.

Knees & Ankles: These are hinge joints. If the foot rolls in and out as you walk, your ankles and knees are going to suffer undue wear and tear. Most orthotics have medial arch support, but very few have significant lateral arch support. Step Forward supports all 3 arches.

Lower Back: Back pain is very common and much of it is a result of poor posture. The moment you stand on Step Forward Orthotics you'll immediately feel your posture improve.

Sciatica: This is generally felt as a pain down the outside of the legs. People who have both a lower back conditions and who hyperpronate are more likely to develop sciatica.

Pelvic Alignment: Many people problems can result if the pelvis is tilted or rotated. Examples; include functional leg length difference, scoliosis or pain in the lower back, hips or thighs. Many therapists (Tracy Waller) have reported good results in correction of these problems simply by wearing Step Forward Orthotics.

Calluses & Corns: Calluses (usually under the heel or the ball of the foot) are the result of too much pressure. Corns are more localised hard lumps (usually around the the toes) due to pressure and rubbing. All these can be expected to improve when wearing Step Forward Orthotics.

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