• 5115 N. Dysart Rd. #212
    Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

Orthotics Therapy

Orthotics utilizes electrical energy to send magnetic pulses into the tissue of the body that act as stimulants for cells as a way to help recover from injuries

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Schedule an appointment today for a consultation with DR. JUSTIN HAGGARD, D.C in Phoenix to see how chiropractic care can help after an auto accident injury.
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Let us help you put the spring back into your step!

If you regularly experience achy, sore and painful feet, visit us to find out if a custom Sole Supports Orthotic is right for you.

How it Works

The human foot and ankle is a strong and complex mechanical structure containing more than 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than a hundred muscles, tendons, and ligaments. This complex structure allows the foot to perform three main functions.

  • Strength and support
  • Shock absorption
  • Efficiently transfer the flow of energy during walking and running

Sole Supports are an exciting new custom foot orthotic based on a new paradigm (MASS position) developed to actually change and correct foot posture and function during weight-bearing activities.

To capture MASS position, we cast your feet reliably and quickly with foam bnn4 casting rather than plaster of Paris (Trotter and Pierrynowski 2008).

Symptoms We Treat

Don't live with pain any longer.

Fast Relief & Long-Term Solution

Custom Sole Supports Orthotics have been shown to provide lower-extremity musculoskeletal symptom relief in 3 weeks if they are prescribed as the initial treatment (Trotter and Pierrynowski 2008).

Sole Supports Custom Orthotics support the posture of the foot to best perform these essential functions (Cobb, Tis et al. 2006). Haggard Chiropractic offers Sole Supports CustomOrthotics as a long term solution for lower-extremity musculoskeletal pain as only custom-made orthotics have been shown to maintain foot economy of gait for 4 weeks (Trotter and Pierrynowski 2008).

Cobb, S. C., L. L. Tis, et al. (2006). “The effect of 6 weeks of custom-molded foot orthosis intervention on postural stability in participants with ≥ 7 degrees of forefoot varus.” Clin J Sport Med 16(4): 316-322.
Trotter, L. C. and M. R. Pierrynowski (2008). “Ability of foot care professionals to cast feet using the nonweightbearing plaster and the gait-referenced foam casting techniques.” J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 98(1): 14-18.
Trotter, L. C. and M. R. Pierrynowski (2008). “Changes in gait economy between full-contact custom-made foot orthoses and prefabricated inserts in patients with musculoskeletal pain: a randomized clinical trial.” J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 98(6): 429-435.
Trotter, L. C. and M. R. Pierrynowski (2008). “The short-term effectiveness of full-contact custom-made foot orthoses and prefabricated shoe inserts on lower-extremity musculoskeletal pain: a randomized clinical trial.” J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 98(5): 357-363.


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