Imagine yourself snuggled up on the couch with a good book. Warm, relaxed and refreshed by the crisp cold view.
Now imagine yourself trying to get comfortable on the couch constantly changing your position because your back just won’t quit aching. Spoils the moment doesn’t it? The real definition of comfort is to be able to feel your environment undisturbed by aches and pains in your feet, knees, hips and back. We are really in the business of comfort. Our business is to help you feel comfortable so you can enjoy every moment.
Chances are if you’re feeling your own body you might be dealing with a posture or mechanics problem, or you could be compensating for a postural problem that is creating havoc with your muscles from overuse. Whether complex or simple, our goal is to help you identify the source of your discomfort and pain, and explore if our unique insoles can help you regain comfort.
So now that you know we’re here for you, you have one more option when dealing with your discomfort. You can pop another pin killer that will relieve your pain for a while or you can decide to go after the root cause to hopefully take care of the problem naturally.
Ancient wisdom says "When your feet hurt, you hurt all over.”, but the truth is that your feet may not hurt, but you’re still hurting all over, so while customers appreciate ProKinetics® Insoles for alleviating various foot pain, many start wearing them to get rid of pain in their knees, hips and back. Posture Dynamics and the MortonsFoot website is about overcoming pain, so while our insoles have helped thousands, over the years we have a close relationship with medical providers that are able and willing to listen and follow your lead to the root cause of the problem. That is unfortunately a unique find within the overworked traditional six patients an hour medical care machine, but there are literally thousands of "alternative care" practitioners that will gladly spend the time needed to delve into your unique situation. Many of these providers are students of a huge body of knowledge about chronic pain that is unfamiliar to your average doctor which gives us hope that you too can overcome even a seemingly hopeless situation.
Checking if your foot mechanics could be the root cause of your discomfort is quick and simple.