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We are a full service on-site Foot Orthotic Laboratory carrying all types of Footwear and foot care products. We provide solutions for just about any type of foot problem. We produce custom foot orthotics by prescription and carry Over-the-Counter Orthotics for many foot problems/pathologies, as well as most lower limb problems. We produce all of our Custom Orthotics here on site. Our selection of shoes includes dress, casual, athletic, sandals, boots, work boots, clogs, and slippers. Our shoes come in widths from 4A to 6E in sizes 4 to 20. We work in conjunction with Orthopedists, some Foot and Ankle Orthopedists, Podiatrists, Doctors of Chiropratic and Physicians of many other disciplines. We also work with, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Nurse Practitioners to alleviate foot, ankle, knee, hip, and lower back problems. Our reputation and patient satisfaction are our priority. We do the right thing and are proud of our reputation in the medical community. We have a large physician referral base who places their faith in our abilities and our results speak for themselves. We have over 70 years combined in our staff in the field of foot/ankle/footwear. What we see the most is plantar fasciitis. We also see tendonitis, pinched nerves, diabetic feet, arthritic feet, metatarsalgia (pain in the ball of foot) constricted blood vessels, and other foot problems.
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My son's feet hurt. He is 10 years old. Is this calcaneal apophysitis?
What Is Calcaneal Apophysitis?
Calcaneal apophysitis is a painful inflammation of the heel’s growth plate. It typically affects children between the ages of 8 and 14 years old, because the heel bone (calcaneus) is not fully developed until at least age 14. Until then, new bone is forming at the growth plate (physis), a weak area located at the back of the heel. When there is too much repetitive stress on the growth plate, inflammation can develop. This is also called Sever's Disease. Sole Control in St. Louis can help. So Kids need orthotics especially when falt feet are present. Heel lifts may be of some help but orthotics should knock it right out of the box. Go to Sole Control on Watson Road
Heel pain in children differs from the most common type of heel pain experienced by adults. While heel pain in adults usually subsides after a period of walking, pediatric heel pain generally doesn’t improve in this manner. In fact, walking typically makes the pain worse.