The rocker sole shoe itself uses the simple concept of a contoured rigid platform which controls joint motion by rocking the foot from heel strike through toe-off. By adjusting the location and pitch of the contour, the weight of the body causes the foot to rock as it passes over the fulcrum of the shoe.
The double rocker is unique in that the thinnest portion of the sole is at the midfoot, where a section of the sole has been removed. This thin portion of the sole focuses relief of plantar pressure in a specific problem area, such as those associated with a rocker bottom foot or a Charcot foot deformity demonstrating the effectiveness of this design to relieve midfoot pressures without exacerbating hindfoot or forefoot pressures.
Eneslow, the Foot Comfort Center's on-site custom factory can manufacture any shoe to a rocker to aid your patients towards a more physically supportive posture.
This simple movement creates tremendous benefit; helping solve knee and back problems, relieving tension in the neck, easing joint pains, and helping to tone and shape the buttocks and thighs.