Foot Levelers, the world’s leading manufacturer of individually designed functional orthotics, is again taking center stage at the Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) National Convention, in late August in Orlando. Foot Levelers is displaying its full line of functional orthotics, introducing several new products, and is sponsoring two top chiropractic speakers.
Long one of the top supporters of the chiropractic profession and chiropractic education, Foot Levelers is sponsoring both Mitch Mally, DC, and Brian Jensen, DC, both of whom are giving continuing education credit lectures during the three-day event.
Mally speaks on three separate topics over the course of the convention, concluding with his CE accredited lecture “The Influence of Foot/Ankle Biomechanics on Knee/Hip and Spinal Conditions.” Jensen is offering his lecture “Stress, Structure, and Neurology,” speaking twice on Saturday.
In addition to the lectures, Foot Levelers is showcasing its full line of functional orthotics. The FCA National Convention is the first opportunity for Foot Levelers to exhibit its brand new XP3 functional orthotic at a large chiropractic event. Lighter than all other functional orthotics, the XP3 is suited for athletes and competitors. Attendees of FCA National are able to put their hands on the XP3 for the first time to experience its reduced weight.
Foot Levelers is also showcasing it four custom orthotic flip-flops: Seabreeze, Midnight Breeze, and Bling for women, and Catamaran for men. The world’s first flip-flop to offer support for all three arches of the foot, these four are the healthiest flip-flops a doctor of chiropractic can prescribe to a patient.
The XP3 and other functional orthotics are being shown in one of Foot Levelers’ two booth spaces, while the second booth space is dedicated solely to the custom orthotic flip-flops.
Foot Levelers is also joining Lloyd Table, Activator Methods, and Multi Radiance to put on an hour-long presentation to chiropractic students, which is aimed at providing guidance to the future leaders of the profession.
Source: Foot Levelers