ANTI-VIRUS SHOES
 
Away from... Deformity & Complications 

 

It is well known fact that a deformation of the foot should be treated as quick as possible in order to prevent consequent damage .these deformations include for example faulty rotatory positions of the lower extremities, with serious consequences for the knee and hip joints as well as the vertebral column. The use of anti-virus shoes achieves two corrective aspects. On the on hand there is the static effect on the faulty adduction position of the forefoot, and on the other there is the dynamic training effect which aims at correcting the muscle imbalance caused by the faulty position .

 


 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

2001 COPY RIGHT ALMCO.ME

 

 

 

 

 

   Salim Kopti - 079 555 48 97

skpoti@cyberia.jo 

 

www.almco.me