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Theoretical considerations

When standing, the healthy human foot rests on the ground at three points: the heads of the first and fifth metatarsals, and the heel bone. Arches, similar to the load-bearing structure in architecture, span between these main points. When the feet are placed side by side, the arches form a dome. This structure is not rigid, and the ligaments and...

Dynamic correction

The purpose of correction is to channel the weight line into its normal course. The normal weight line and the corrective module together create the force that directs the arch back to its original position. It is vitally important that the corrective module performs not a supportive function but a dynamic corrective function occurring under stress. Talpvizsgálat, egyedi talpbetétThus we achieve...

Computer design program

Számítógépes tervező program, talpvizsgálatThe corrective weight line is defined based on the pressure map of the sole with the aid of a design program. The modules are arranged to form a channel. By using orthotic insoles the weight line of the body will follow this channel. In time the arch will return to its original place due to the...

Module-based orthotic insoles

The arrangement of the modules serves firstly to correct the weight line and secondly to relieve overloaded areas. The different modules were created after computer design and using the benefit of experience.

Medical check

SupOrt software enables scans of the sole taken at different times to be compared with each other and checked against an image of a standard healthy foot. This helps when making a diagnosis and monitoring changes in pressure distribution.