The Foot Alignment Process

  • Patient presents to clinic for biomechanical assessment, gait analysis and posture diagnosis.
  • Weight bearing and non-weight bearing assessments are carried out at initial consultation, taking into account consideration of the foot posture, muscle balance, internal/external rotation of leg, pelvic orientation and leg length discrepancies.
  • Weight bearing and non-weight bearing assessments are carried out at initial consultation, taking into account consideration of the foot posture, muscle balance, internal/external rotation of leg, pelvic orientation and leg length discrepancies.
  • The negative casts are poured and the orthotic parameters are marked on the positive casts.
  • The orthotic is made from the positive molds, replicating the same position obtained on The Foot Alignment System.
  • Patient is fitted with the orthotic, correct alignment while standing is achieved.