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Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers Work with Posture

If your mother ever told you to "stand up straight" she was right! Posture is very important to your patients' overall health and if they are experiencing frequent back pain, joint pain, or headaches, their feet may be to blame. Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers can provide your patients with the comfort, support, and protection their bodies need.

Proper posture is needed to support the body. Postural misalignments or imbalances cause a break down of the musculoskeletal structure. This can cause pain in the ligaments, tendons, muscle fibers, cartilage, and bones. Proper balance and coordination between movements of the lower extremities, pelvis, and spine are essential for stabilizing posture.

Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers are the only orthotics designed to support all three arches of the foot. By balancing the arches of the foot, Stabilizers align the ankles, knees, and pelvis to provide a balanced foundation for the spine to rest on. Along with chiropractic adjustments, Stabilizers will help improve your patients' overall structural alignment and posture. Stabilizers also help your chiropractic adjustments hold longer, providing more long-term relief and correction of spinal distortions.

For more information about any of Foot Levelers' products, call toll free: 1.800.553.4860 (USA), 1.800.344.4860 (CAN), or visit us online at www.footlevelers.com.

Foot Levelers, Inc. is the world's exclusive provider of custom-made Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers and other therapeutic products that have served the healthcare profession for 55 years. Foot Levelers' products have helped millions of people enjoy fuller and happier lives at work, home, or at play.

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