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John freligh - Pedorthist

There are many ways to treat foot pain, from anti-inflammatory medications, to injections, pads, and of course, surgery. But if you really want to solve the problem you need to change how your foot strikes the ground. A custom made orthotic is the safest and easiest way to change how your foot interacts with the ground you walk on so that you can be pain free!

Custom orthotics are often used and prescribed to treat:
Plantar Fasciitis
Ankle Pain
Knee Pain
Foot Pain
Back Pain and many other conditions resulting from trauma, improper footwear and congenital problems.

John Freligh is a Board Certified Pedorthist. He is professionally trained in evaluating and recognizing lower extremity pathologies/problems that are the cause of the patient's pain/dysfunction. If necessary, John will then personally manufacture a custom fit orthotic for that patient to correct the problem and alleviate the foot pain or other problems the patient is experiencing.

"I do an extensive biomechanical evaluation for range of motion and structural weaknesses. I perform a pedograph. A pedograph is a "blueprint" of the foot through gait. Extensive experience has taught me how to capture the correct position of the foot for casting of orthotics. Once casted, I choose the appropriate material for the foot or its intended use and fabricate an orthotic. It is an interactive approach; listening to client needs and history is vital to providing the correct device. At no point is it a cookie cutter approach. My goal is to provide a supportive yet comfortable orthotic."

"Many times orthotics are not needed to alleviate the pain. After years of repetitive motions your body will compensate to either avoid pain or to retain stability. If the body will respond to chiropractic adjustments and rehabilitative exercises the orthotic is unnecessary. That is why I am so excited to be working with Dr. Dickason. With a team approach of pain management, chiropractic care, stability exercises and orthotic intervention when necessary we can offer the best possible care for each patient." - John Freligh

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