The behavior of the entire structure of the human body is not the same when standing, walking, or running. The foot is the foundation of our organism, and any imbalance can cause pain or affect the foot itself, as well as the knees, hips, back, potentially leading to difficulties in carrying out our current or future activities.
Through a state-of-the-art computer program, we can precisely explore this in static and dynamic conditions and analyze your posturology. This allows us to identify and measure all existing anomalies regarding points of excess pressure, asymmetries, overloads, imbalances, altered gait patterns, and mechanical dysfunctions.
Our CAD/CAM image capture system enables us, based on this data, to carry out the exact treatment to correct these issues and thus prevent any complications and anticipate potential problems that may arise over time.
Any sporting activity implies an accentuation of any existing imbalances in the body and feet's behavior. This means that anyone engaging in sports, walking, or standing for extended periods should evaluate their biomechanical behavior because they are more susceptible to the risk of overloads, bone and muscle injuries, and traumas.
Through biomechanical analysis, we observe the sports gesture, body stability, and diagnose any anomalies that may be present. We then propose the most appropriate treatment, if necessary, to prevent injuries and optimize sports practice and performance, providing balance, aligning the lower extremities, and absorbing impact during walking and running.
Our collaboration with various Associations and Sports Centers, as well as other professionals such as orthopedic specialists in feet and sports, physiotherapists, osteopaths, underscores our expertise in the field. We can guide individuals based on the pathology they present.
We work with various materials to create custom insoles precisely tailored to the pathology, needs, and activities of each individual.
Materials such as EVA, carbon fiber, resins, with very small dimensions and thickness, allow us to alleviate or correct deformities and imbalances that manifest at the base of our body. They help absorb the impact experienced by the feet during walking or running, promoting a "smooth" gait that eliminates pain and enhances our comfort.
The CAD/CAM system for the design and manufacturing of insoles allows us to calculate the size, pressure points, and arch heights for an exclusive insole for your foot.
When we begin to walk, it's essential to observe any malformation or anomaly that may exist. It is quite common to observe flat feet, valgus, incorrect alignment of the lower extremities, asymmetries, deviation of the spine, walking with toes turned out, and frequent stumbling in children.
This age is ideal for identifying such issues, recognizing their origin, and applying the appropriate treatment, which is likely to be resolved with the natural progression of growth and more easily than when it has already occurred.
This proactive approach helps prevent alterations that, if left unattended, may be mitigated but are much more challenging to resolve later on.
Chiropody is the fundamental basis of foot care.
It is common for individuals to present dermal alterations such as calluses, ulcers, warts, or nail disorders (fungus, ingrown toenails), both in children and adults, with special attention to the elderly and high-risk patients with diabetes or circulatory disorders. Inflammatory and painful joint problems that hinder proper walking are also addressed.
New treatments with dermatological LASER technology allow us to more easily resolve issues such as fungal infections in nails and skin. They also promote wound healing and the rehabilitation of chronic pain.
Diabetic foot problems are a significant concern in medical care and a common cause of hospitalization.
Most foot issues faced by people with diabetes arise from two serious complications of the disease: nerve damage and poor circulation. The lack of sensitivity and reduced blood flow, for example, allow a small blister to progress into a serious infection within a matter of days. Chronic nerve damage (neuropathy) can cause dry and cracked skin, providing an opportunity for bacteria to enter and cause infections.
Healthy Feet >> Gait Balance >> Well-being
Taking care of our feet is essential for maintaining an optimal state of well-being. "Healthy Feet" are the foundation of our balance and mobility. When we pay attention to their health and comfort, we are investing in our overall well-being.
"Balanced Walking" is a crucial component of health. Stable and trouble-free walking not only prevents injuries but also contributes to proper posture and avoids muscle and joint discomfort. The balance of walking starts from the foundation, with strong and well-cared-for feet.
Ultimately, taking care of our feet and maintaining proper walking balance significantly contributes to our overall "Well-being." It allows us to enjoy an active life without pain or discomfort and helps us maintain a healthy posture. So, let's remember the importance of having "Healthy Feet," maintaining "Balanced Walking," and, as a result, experiencing greater "Well-being" in our daily lives.
Health Benefits of Foot Care
A podiatry consultation can offer various health benefits. Some of these advantages include the diagnosis and treatment of foot problems, pain relief, prevention of future issues, management of chronic conditions, biomechanical assessment, treatment of sports injuries, improvement in the quality of life, and education in self-care. Scheduling a visit to a podiatrist can be an effective way to maintain foot health and enhance overall well-being.
3D Insoles with Various Densities
At our podiatry center, we take pride in providing cutting-edge foot care. One of the most innovative solutions we offer is the creation of custom insoles using 3D printing technology. These insoles are specifically designed to address the individual needs of our patients and stand out for their comfort and effectiveness.
3D printing allows us to craft insoles that perfectly conform to the anatomy of your feet, providing optimal support and relief for issues such as calluses, bunions, heel spurs, and more. What truly sets our insoles apart is the ability to adjust the density of the materials used. This means we can customize the firmness of the insoles according to each patient's needs. Whether you require greater cushioning, arch support, or relief for specific pressure points, our 3D insoles with different densities are designed to offer the precise solution you need
Free with Insole Crafting.
Depending on the type of material.