|Z-CoiL Footwear is engineered to help relieve
foot, leg, and back pain by reducing impact to the body. The relief
our customers experience may be immediate, or may occur gradually,
over days or even weeks. Some people enjoy complete relief from pain
when wearing their RX® shoes. Others achieve only partial relief,
but are still able to regain a measure of mobility that improves
their quality of life. If you're in pain but not
sure of the cause,
you should always check with your doctor!
What type of doctor should you see?
Your general practitioner may advise you to see one of these
chiropractor - Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) use a drug-free,
hands-on approach to treat neuro-musculoskeletal complaints, including
back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, and
orthotist - A Certified Orthotist (CO) is a clinician
involved in the evaluation, design, and fabrication of orthoses (plural),
which are orthopedic devices that support or correct the function
of a limb or the torso. An orthotic, specifically, refers to an insert
for shoes designed to correct leg length, fallen arches, or some
other foot problem.
pedorthist - Certified Pedorthists (CPeds) modify
or fit shoes and orthoses to conform to a doctor's footwear prescription
in order to prevent or alleviate foot problems caused by disease,
overuse, injury, or congenital defect.
physical therapist - Physical therapists help people get back in motion by improving their flexibility,
strength, endurance, coordination and balance. They apply research
and extensive clinical experience to examine, diagnose, and then
prevent or treat conditions that limit the body뭩 ability to move
and function in daily life.
physiatrist - A physiatrist (fizz ee
at' trist) is a physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation
(PM&R). They treat a wide range of problems from sore shoulders to
spinal cord injuries, with a focus on restoring function to people.
podiatrist - Doctors of Podiatric Medicine (DPMs) are physicians
and surgeons who practice on the lower extremities, primarily on
feet and ankles.