The diagnosis of walking problems among children should be undertaken by age 3: while the child is growing and his/her bones are still soft, one can repair and adjust the skeletal structure, the feet, knees and pelvis.
Diagnosis in children will reveal defects in legs and feet, scoliosis or hunchbacks. The use of insoles adapted for children will repair potential damage and problems, including:
• Skeletal structure and backbone scoliosis
• Growing pains – the insoles help in relieving growing pains, particularly in the knees
• Flat foot
• Walking on tiptoes – insoles improve stance and walking so that the child will tread on the entire foot and the heel will touch the ground.
• Internal or external foot collapse – insoles correct the foot position during walking. Corrected walking will enable the feet to grow at the right angle.