Story Check Dr. med. Frank-Detlef Stanek in Jena reports that about 70 to 80 percent of his patients have functional problems in the area of the tarsus.
- In addition to manual therapy and physiotherapy exercises as well as self-mobilization of the foot, passive support of the foot arches is often required using foot orthoses.
- Foot orthoses with a proprioceptive effect are useful to actively influence muscular straightening of the foot arch.
- The special design of the ErgoPad weightflex ensures cushioning of the longitudinal and transverse arches.