Do you suffer from plantar fasciitis, high arches, neuropathy, bunions, heel pain or any other issue that might cause discomfort to your feet? When you have sensitive feet even a simple walk to the store may feel unbearable. But did you know that with the right tools, your symptoms can be alleviated if not reversed altogether?
Here at PRC our trained experts will provide a full foot analysis, walk you through recommended therapies and set you up with the essential accessories required to gain relief.
THE FITTING PROCESS
Your shoes are your most important tool you have! An ill-fitting shoe can affect performance, recovery and everyday comfort - so we do everything we can to make sure you find a pair that works for you and your goals. Our PRC experts will walk you through each step of our individual fitting process, capturing your bio-mechanics using our Footbalance equipment and gait analysis on video using the latest technology, which allows you to view the effects of shoes on your foot strike. Being able to visualize your foot in motion provides you and our staff with valuable insight into finding the pair of shoes that is right for you.
Footbalance insoles are personalized insoles custom molded to each of your unique feet. Simply put: custom offers the best support you can get. Your feet are unique, off-the-shelf insoles are not. Individually custom molded to each of your feet, they conform to the curve of your arches perfectly no matter your arch type. Any differences between your feet in length, arch shape or foot type doesn't matter. Foot balance custom insoles fit both your feet perfectly for the ultimate comfort and support.
HARD COURT SHOES
Hard court shoes are made to be more durable than shoes made for other surfaces since the surface is abrasive. Most of them have a partial herringbone pattern for traction on the court. Since the surface is harder on the legs and feet more cushion is provided to absorb the extra shock.
CLAY COURT SHOES
Clay court shoes usually feature a full herringbone outsole to maximize the traction on the court. The herringbone pattern thrives here for side to side movement it allows the player to slide naturally and controlled. Clay can easily be knocked off the bottom of the shoe with a couple of taps with your racquet.