Portable Orthotics Lab
The Future of Orthotics is Here
Corrected Weight Bearing Orthotics In 15 Minutes
Portable Orthotics Lab
With the VerticalFAS Portable Orthotics Lab, you can prescribe, create and dispense custom corrected weight-bearing orthotics in less than 15 minutes. It puts 100% of the control over the outcome you prescribe in your hands. The result is better orthotics, happier clients and more time for you and your business.
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Rye Stinson – 2019 Southern Maryland Amateur Golf Champion talks
about how being treated on the VFAS Portable Orthotics Lab got him
back on the golf course after suffering nagging foot pain.
Picture: Stinson wins Southern Maryland Amateur Championship after sudden-death playoff (photo: The Enterprise)
“As a former Div I golfer and current mid-amateur competitor, I could not be more impressed with the VFAS orthotics. I was contemplating withdrawing from an upcoming event due to nagging second metatarsal capsulitis. I had already spent hundreds of dollars on custom orthotics and even more on various shoes, all with no relief. The VFAS orthotics were fitted in weight-bearing and the fitter made numerous live adjustments based on how my feet reacted. In about ten minutes, I walked away with enough immediate relief to walk all 18 holes. Presently, I have no pain while walking or playing golf. My VFAS orthotics, even though heavily worn initially, have not lost shape/form or support. Thank you VFAS and to
the therapists who took the time and effort to develop a convenient method for orthotic
fabrication in a functional weight-bearing position!”
Steve From Philly – Heel Pain
Dan presented with Hallux Rigidus, rigid toe, foot pain. The pain in the toe caused by years of martial arts affected the foot and knee.
The patient presented with foot pain after surgery. Neil was able to create foot aligners to help assist with managing the pain.
Patty presented with Plantar Fasciitis and was fitted with foot aligners using the VFAS portable orthotics lab.