Providing ProKinetics for your patients and clients is a WIN/WIN. Patients get well fast, and you become the go to pain management professional in town.
If the fact that your patients will love you because they get well quicker is not sufficient reason, here is why: In a survey conducted in 2002 by GRD BioTech, Inc., over 90% of the chiropractors surveyed agreed that posture was important for their patients' general and musculoskeletal health. In the same survey a majority of chiropractors agreed that:
- Poor posture is a major factor in patients who do not respond well to chiropractic care.
- Improved patient posture causes adjustments to be more effective and last longer.
- A more erect posture aids the self-healing process of the body.
Dr. Janet Travell, who authored The Trigger Point Manual with Dr. Simons, lists poor posture among the most serious perpetuating factors standing between the patient and a life with less pain, increased mobility and better quality of life.
ProKinetics® Insoles are intended for the 80-90% of your patients who have "Normal" dysfunctional feet. Both Morton's Foot Syndrome and the elevated first metatarsal foot structures fall within the "normal" range of feet and these patients are at high risk for musculoskeletal disease. Recommending ProKinetics® Insoles benefits your patients in many ways:
- Improved posture
- Reduced posture related stress on the lower back, neck and shoulders
- Reduced foot, knee and hip pain
- Improved athletic ability
- Improved effectiveness of musculoskeletal treatment
Patients often give up on musculoskeletal treatment because sometimes it seems the benefits are only temporary and they can't bear the expense in time or money to continue.
Improving patient posture is increasingly recognized by professionals as a key to good general health. Recommending ProKinetics® Insoles to your patients will enhance your patient's postural support between treatments. Fitting them early in the treatment cycle, encourages patient confidence and compliance.
ProKinetics® Insoles are affordable and can be fit right in your office in minutes. No casting is required. The modest cost is attractive to your patients, and the fact that they are so slim they can be used in almost any shoe is particularly attractive to women.