Every building needs a strong foundation and our body is no different. For us our foundation is our feet that support us and help us in walking, running and standing. Our feet have three arches that support the frame of our body and give us the balanced form that we need. If you have a profession that involves standing, walking or if you are into sports than this article will be of interest to you.

You’d be amazed to know the human a human foot alone has 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 26 bones and 19 muscles and tendons. Your feet with their total of 52 bones make up for 25% of your body’s bones. Your foot acts as a shock absorber for your body and if you compromise on its health then you will definitely be losing the ability to support your body in the long run. Feet problem can lead to abnormal movements and chronic pain. You can also suffer from fixated joints or joints locked in abnormal position that can lead to imbalance and even weakness of the muscles in your feet and legs. The condition can also lead to chronic lower back pain, hip pain and leg pain.

To know what spinal pelvic stabilizers are, you need to understand the human body’s biomechanics:

  • First and foremost, the joints and muscles work properly when they are in a physical balance. In fact just like a building or a bridge, the human body is also dictated by principles of engineering.
  • The body being a bio-mechanical kinetic chain, abnormal movements of a particular joint or can interfere with the proper movements of the other joints.
  • While standing or walking, our bodies are often subjected to some natural forces or postures that cause strain or mechanical stress through the inter-related chain of muscles and joints.
  • If there is any foot imbalance, there is going to be a negative impact on your hips, pelvis, spine and knees. For some, it is important to reduce these abnormal forces before they can actually achieve proper spinal biomechanics.

What Are Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers

If you are suffering from any spinal problem then your doctor might suggest you to use custom-made orthotic support for your feet which are better known as spinal pelvic stabilizers. This device addresses any structural problem with your feet like fallen arch and reduces the abnormal stress and force thus stabilizing the foundation of the spine and pelvis in the process. It also enhances the structure and the functionality of lower body parts.

How Does The Spinal Pelvic Stabilizer Work?

You just have to wear the spinal pelvic stabilizer inside your shoes much like placing a shim beneath the leg of a table that is wobbling. This shim not just adds support, it eliminates the unwanted movement and motions completely. There are also flexible spinal pelvic stabilizers that encourage optimal muscle and nervous functioning. It stabilizes the pattern of walking for better pelvic health.

An experienced Temple Terrace Chiropractor can suggest you the best type of spinal pelvic stabilizer for your condition. Therapeutic massage, proper chiropractic care, spinal adjustment and a good stabilizer will get you back in shape in no time at all.