eq-brace“Walking in another person’s shoes.” — a well known phrase. Ever wish your doctor could just endure your experience? Well, I’m here to tell you that when we’re talking about equinus, I’ve been there, done that. When I say, “I feel your pain”…I’m not kidding.

Last year I had an accident while running. The injury resulted in eqinus and I proceeded to treat my ill in a manner similar to that I’ve been delivering to you. Exercises and pain relievers were helpful, but the night brace wasn’t successful.

I found that the typical night brace was close to a nightmare. I didn’t have bad dreams — my sleep was so spoiled by the uncomfortable brace that I had nothing to dream about.

I knew that this could not go on. The upshot has been the development of an intelligent treatment for equinus. The EQ/IQ adjustable brace that can be worn for a short period during waking hours permitting the equinus sufferer a chance to get healing rest.

I designed the adjustable brace to be fitted to necessary sizes with exacting and not guesswork for the needs to each patient.

We are very close to production time with this innovative treatment tool. The brace will be available through other doctors or trainers who recognize the usefulness it offers. You can see the images of the working parts at the special website for it.

If you are suffering from equinus and have no doctor to advise you, please call us at Hoosier Foot and Ankle for an appointment. Or, you may use the online appointment request option available 24/7 for your convenience.

If you know someone who has equinus and who is not working with a doctor, please tell them about us and the new EQ/IQ brace so they can seek relief as soon as possible.

If your doctor hasn’t yet heard about the new EQ/IQ brace and you would like to try a different form of treatment, please ask your doctor to contact me for information about the brace and how they can order one.

Don’t continue to let equinus continue to mess up your life; seek relief today.  I appreciate how great relief can be and am thankful that I will be running in the Carmel Marathon 2012 in Carmel, Indiana