Fort Worth, TX | 817-346-6656

Robert E. Irvin D.O. -  Orthotics | Fort Worth, TX

Enduring relief of Chronic pain

without medications, injections, surgery or maintence care.

This procedure or treatment technique provides relief is through regular and continuous minimization of the routine stress on joints and muscles caused by incorrect posture. The treatment involves the use of foot orthotics to optimize the shape and alignment of the feet and ankles; heel lift to level the pelvis (sacral base); and osteopathic manual manipulative treatment to gently reduce tightness and tenderness of tissue (caused due to prior posture and / or trauma).

What Makes Postural Balancing Effective?

It's reported that, on an average, postural balancing has provided over 70% (and often complete) relief from chronic pain.

  • Osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis

  • Chronically (greater than 3 months) herniated intervertebral disc

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

Common Conditions You Can Treat Through Postural Balancing

  • Cancer

  • Infection

  • Acute (new onset) herniation of an intervertebral disc

  • Cauda equina syndrome (mechanical entrapment of the lowermost end of the spinal cord, a rare condition)

  • Acute bone fracture

  • Anterior herniation of an intervertebral disc causing urinary incontinence

  • Acute (new onset) pain which can be treated by other, less involved procedures

  • Advanced joint degeneration resulting from joint surfaces coming in contact ("bone on bone") with no joint space remaining

Postural Therapeutic Techniques Cannot Treat Pain Caused Due To:

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  • Muscle cramps not due to insufficient circulation or side effects from blood pressure medication

  • Painful condition of the feet from any of the following: plantar fasciitis, hammer toes, Morton's neuroma, heel spur, tendonitis, bunion, excessive callus, or ingrown toenails

  • Numbness or weakness of the arms, hands, fingers, thighs, legs, feet or toes not due to disease, such as diabetes

  • Degenerative changes of any joint that has not progressed to the point of being "bone on bone"

  • Tension headaches

  • Temporomandibular joint pain

  • Spinal stenosis

  • Failure to recover from previous trauma

  • Spinal scoliosis of either unknown (idiopathic) cause or of postural origin.

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