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Foot Levelers Testimonials

"I am writing to let you know how satisfied I am with the Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers that I ordered two weeks ago. I admit that I was quite skeptical at first because my feet are in bad shape. I urge anyone who is thinking of ordering Stabilizers to please do so. It's amazing what Stabilizers can do for a person's walking ease. I used to feel like an old woman when I walked. Now I can keep up with my significant other when we walk at the mall. Thank you for a better outlook on life."
-Carol L.

"I am extremely pleased with the comfort, support, balance, durability, shock-absorption, stability and improved posture I now have as a result of using the Elite Stabilizers. The benefits of Stabilizers are not limited to high performance athletes or active individuals. Anyone who can walk (whether assisted by a cane, walker, crutches, leg cast, etc.) or unassisted, will benefit from Stabilizers! I'm sure thousands, if not millions more people would buy, use, & experience the same great results if they were somehow introduced to this fantastic product."
- Joe B.

"Foot Levelers' Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers have made my life a lot better. For years, I could not stand or walk on hard surfaces without serious pain in my legs and back. With Stabilizers, I can walk and stand on hard surfaces for a much longer period of time."
-Ted W.

"My back had been a problem for years and when I couldn't walk without help, I tried chiropractic. After several adjustments, my doctor recommended Foot Levelers' Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers. At first, I though they were expensive, but it's the best thing I've ever done for myself. My doctor offered to give me all of my money back if I would give him my Stabilizers and I told him, "No way!"
- Lynn D.

"When I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail (2,135 miles) in 1990, I suffered with a lot of foot and joint pain. I used Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers on my 2003 thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail (2,650) miles and was absolutely pain free for the entire hike. I will be using Stabilizers on my thru-hike of the Continental Divide Trail (3,200 miles). I would not even think of starting a long distance hike without them."
- Clifford H.

"High-heeled shoes used to wreak havoc on my arches and the ball of my foot. Now that I'm using 5th Avenue™ Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers, I feel much better at the end of the day. My shoes still fit perfectly because of 5th Avenue's slender design, and I don't have to waste all my favors begging my husband for a foot rub!"
- Tracey M.

"I have a long history of foot pain and have used other orthotics, but none have made the difference that my Spinal Pelvic Stabilizers have. I have many Shoethotics® (Olympians™ & Milanos™) and Sandalthotics®, and I love them! It is so nice to just put my shoes on and not have to think about my Stabilizers. I live in my UltraTreks® in the summertime!
-Anne H.

"I wear my Olympians™ Shoethotics® whenever I am going to be on hard surfaces for an hour or more. Last summer I toured Italy wearing my Olympians, walking most of the day for 10 days. I could not have made the trip without my Shoethotics. Thanks, Foot Levelers, for allowing me to enjoy Rome, Venice, and the cities of the Veneto."
-Richard F.

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  • "I am writing to let you know that I am very glad my husband talked me into coming to see you! When I first came into your office, I was very sore with limited range of mobility. I was very skeptical because I had felt like this for so long with no relief from other doctors. You were very gentle and caring and took the time to explain everything. I can say that after your treatment and adjustments, I now feel so much better with a much greater range of mobility. I am amazed at the difference in my whole body as a result! I now continue my treatment plan on a maintenance schedule and actually look forward to it. I thank you again!"
    Sincerely, Nancy K.

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