919 Ellesmere Road, Suite 308, Scarborough, Ontario M1P2W7 | office: 416.285.5941 | mobile: 647.285.2662 | fax: 416.285.4806 | email: info@easymotion.ca

 

ORTHOTIC THERAPY

 

· Do you experience soreness of feet on a regular basis?

· Do you have heel pain on a regular basis?

· Do you spend the majority of your day standing and walking?

· Does walking or running result in joint pain to your ankle, knee, hip and back?

· Do you have visible foot problems such as bunions, fallen arches, calluses, or corns?

· Do your feet “toe out” or “toe in” when walking?

 

If you answer yes to any of these questions, then you may be a candidate for

orthotic therapy.

 

What is Orthotic Therapy?

 

The function of the foot as we walk has an impact on the rest of the musculoskeletal system. If the foot functions abnormally such as over pronating or supinating, the joints and soft tissues of the rest of the body will function differently.

 

Overtime, this change in function causes accumulated stress and pain to the muscles of the body and the weight bearing joints “wear and tear” at a faster rate increasing the risk for osteoarthritis and other degenerative diseases of the bones.

 

The use of an orthotic device under the foot eliminates the stress to the rest of the body, allowing for improved function and bone alignment.

 

Benefits of Orthotic Therapy:

Orthotics is a biomechanical medical appliance that is custom molded for your feet to correct specific foot imbalance.

 

· Restores balance and alignment to your body.

· Provides better shock absorption.

· Provides comfort and stability

· Provides pain relief.

 

ORTHOPEADIC SUPPORTS

 

· Ankle

· Cervical collar

· Elbow

· Knee supports

· Knee braces

· Lumbar sacral support

· Plantar fasciitis night splint

· Wrist/thumb support

· Obus ultra form back rest and seat

 

Actimove Motion offers a series of orthopaedic therapy and support for the knee, ankle, elbow, and wrist.

 

Actimove GenuMotion

Indications:

· Minor instabilities of the knee joint

· Weak ligaments in the knee joint area

· All types of gonarthrosis/acute inflammation of the joint

 

Actimove TaloMotion

Indications:

· Postoperative and posttraumatic irritations

· Soft tissue rheumatism

· Symptoms of joint degeneration, swelling, edema

 

Actimove EpiMotion

Indications:

· Tennis elbow/ golfer’s elbow

· Symptoms of wear and tear

· Soft tissue rheumatism

· Postoperative and posttraumatic irritations

 

Actimove ManuMotion

Indications:

· Arthritis including pain/ degenerative wrist (arthrosis)

· Wrist tendonitis/ instability

· Postoperative and posttraumatic irritations

 

 

CLICK FOR COMPRESSION THERAPY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

919 Ellesmere Road, Suite 308

Scarborough, ON

M1P 2W7

 

Please contact:

- Corie

- Dia

- Poch

 

Office: 416 285 5941

Mobile: 647 285 2662

Fax: 416 285 4806

Email: info@easymotion.ca

www.easymotion.ca

· Foot Facts

· 25% of bones in your body are in your feet

· The average person takes 8,000 to 10,000 steps per day

· The average person will walk over 100,000 miles in their lifetime, or more than 4 trips around the world

· More than 75% of people will experience foot problems in their lifetime