Help patients feel and
chronic aches and pains sets in, we feel like we are aging at record speed.
It is no fun passing up activities we used to enjoy. It makes us unhappy
and impatient. You can help, but most of your patients are not willing to invest
multiple monthly visits to your office unless they feel real lasting results.
How many patients have you lost because in spite of the improvements you may
see, they just don't feel better.
A quick check of your patients' posture, feet and shoes will allow you to determine if their musculoskeletal problems are foot related. Over 80% of your patients will have significant foot and posture deficiencies which will render your adjustments ineffective, short lasting and ultimately of little value to most of your patients.
Posture Control Insoles®, because they are both effective and inexpensive should be among your first line of tools deployed in achieving the postural improvement that often is the basis for effective treatment and significant reduction in discomfort.
Dr. Rothbart did two studies with over 500 patients (all adult ages) who suffered from chronic low back and knee pain. They had all been told by their doctors that they just had to harden themselves to live with the pain. After a year of wearing Posture Control Insoles®, over 70% of the study participants reported significant, better than 70% reduction in their pain.
Compliance and satisfaction is a key to success. In 10,000 pair, the return rate against a full money back guarantee is less than one half of one percent. Less than 50 in 10,000. One of the aspects of this low return rate is the combination of the insoles and appropriate therapy. Releasing the muscles and adjusting the structure to accommodate the postural improvements caused by the Posture Control Insoles® speeds up recovery from injury and pain.
Efficient, results oriented treatment is the foundation for patient compliance, loyalty and referral. Providers who fit or recommend Posture Control Insoles® honor their patients by using every tool available to save their patient's most valuable resource - TIME.