Discover the Source of Your Discomfort with an Advanced Foot Scan in Lansing, MI
The arches in your feet are the foundation of your skeleton, and therefore one of the most important areas to address when treating a wide range of issues, including pain in the neck, shoulders, and back.
Proper arch health is crucial for maintaining foot health, as well as maintaining a healthy spine, healthy gait and for efficient walking and running. Our foot scan procedure is a simple, inexpensive, and accurate way to evaluate your arch health.
Do I Need a Foot Scan?
Did you know that, according to the American Podiatric Association, 75 percent of Americans will experience foot health problems in their lifetime? By some estimates, up to 80 percent of the population have developed walking habits, such as overpronation, that are linked to lower back pain.
Foot health affects much more than just your feet! Structural imbalances in the feet can cause a wide range of issues, and have been linked to:
- Lower back pain
- Knee pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Achilles tendinitis
- Hammer toes
- Shin splints
- Ankle sprains
- Hip pain
- Patellar dysfunction
- Hallux valgus (bunions)
- And even toe fractures!
A foot scan from Delta Chiropractic can give you insight into the health of your feet in just minutes. We can help you prevent a lifetime of pain, or alleviate your existing pain, by getting a comprehensive picture of your foot health with our foot scan technology.
How Does the Foot Scan Work?
In your foot, there are three different arches, and they must all function properly in order to stabilize your spine. With the advanced foot scan technology, it takes only 3 minutes to evaluate your foot while you stand on a computerized scanner. During that time, the scanner measures the pressure of the different arches and produces a detailed report that allows us to pinpoint where exactly your arches may be compromised. From there, we can provide any number of recommendations for correction, including exercises, custom orthotics, or coaching on your walking.