- Elgin Archxerciser helps to strengthen feet and relieve foot pain
- Treats a variety of foot conditions including fallen arches, Plantar Fasciitis, and heel spurs
- Useful for rehabilitating the foot and ankle after surgery, it also improves athletes and dancers jumping performance
What is the Archxerciser suitable for?
The Elgin Archxerciser is a valuable tool for foot therapy, it effectively strengthens the intrinsic and extrinsic musculature of the foot. The Archxerciser is designed to decrease your need to use shoe inserts and heel pads by rehabilitating the foot. It is useful for treating a variety of foot conditions including fallen arches, Plantar Fasciitis, and heel spurs. It can also be used for rehabilitating the foot and ankle after surgery, and as a foot conditioner for athletes and dancers who want to improve jumping performance.
How does it work?
The Archxerciser has a compact and lightweight design to allow it to be used anywhere. It strengthens the feet by providing resistance whilst you perform several key foot exercisers.
SUMMARY OF STUDY USING THE ARCHXERCISER
"The Archxerciser was utilized in 47 patients as adjunctive therapy in the management of common foot complaints and concerns. Three patients (6%) withdrew from the study due to exacerbation of symptomatology with the exerciser. Of the remaining patients in the study, 85% demonstrated marked reduction in symptomatology utilizing the Archxerciser. 15% of the patients completing the study did not feel the Archxerciser contributed to the reduction of their symptoms. All patients completing the study demonstrated increased extrinsic and intrinsic muscle strength to the foot utilizing the Archxerciser. The measured increase in strength ranged from 38% to 250%. The authors conclude that the Archxerciser represents an excellent adjunctive modality to the treatment of a variety of common foot complaints and concerns as well as in the rehabilitation of patients following common podiatric reconstructive procedures."