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THE FIRST STEP

IS RECOGNIZING MISALIGNMENT

Is your body misaligned? Here are some quick tests to tell if you are experiencing excessive pronation or supination.

Shoe Test

Your shoes are a great storyteller for what’s going on with your body.

Pronation

When your ankle rolls inward your shoes will wear faster on the outside bottom heel.

PROPER ALIGNMENT

When your feet are aligned, your shoes will wear evenly.

SUPINATION

When your ankle rolls outward your shoes will wear faster on the inside bottom heel.

KNEE TEST

Are you knock-kneed or bow-legged? Stand with your feet hip width apart and point your toes straight ahead. Bend your knees forward and, looking down, see where your knees point.

Pronation

When your ankle rolls inward, your knees will point toward the inside of your feet.

PROPER ALIGNMENT

When your knees are parallel with your feet, your feet are in a aligned position.

SUPINATION

When your ankle rolls outward, your knees will point toward the outside of your feet.

HOW MISALIGNMENT CAN DEVELOP

Genetics are most often the cause of misalignment. If your family has a history of flat feet or high arches, there is a chance your misalignment developed from birth. In this case, wearing insoles can be a great health benefit and help protect your joints for a lifetime. When misalignment is caught at an early age, insoles can greatly reduce over-pronation or over-supination and increase a child’s potential for a healthier, aligned life.
Misalignment can also develop from an active or inactive lifestyle, wearing unsupportive footwear, or the result of overuse or injury. Our physical-therapist designed insoles are made to counter the pain and fatigue of a misaligned body. When you step into Protalus insoles, you are aligning your kinetic chain and optimizing your body’s potential. This means more comfort and performance .

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