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Dynamic Fluid Orthotics are Clinically Proven to Reduce Pain & Increase Circulation

Dr. Gary Merrell, a Cardiothoracic Surgeon for 32 years, recently conducted a double-blind, placebo-controlled Clinical Study using Dynamic Fluid Orthotics and Venous Duplex Ultrasound technology on participants suffering from at least one form of back pain or lower extremity discomfort. Dr. Merrell reports the results are clinically astounding.

Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) August 21, 2011

Venous Duplex Ultrasound findings prove that Dynamic Fluid Orthotics provide a valuable method of increasing venous circulation, (when compared to no insole use) as well as significant decrease in lower extremity and back pain. Study participants were documented to have venous or return circulation increased by an average of 53% and by as much as 115%, foot pain was reduced by an average of 54%. By increasing circulation they were able to decrease daily fatigue and recover 49% faster at the end of their day.

We asked Dr. Merrell what surprised him about the results.

“My guess was that the increased venous flow registered by the ultrasound equipment would be in the order of ten percent. When the readings consistently showed such dramatic improvement, my first thought was to check the equipment. But, everything was working properly and the readings were correct.”

Dr. Merrell concludes, scientific proof that Dynamic Fluid Orthotics increase circulation and help to reduce pain in the feet, legs, knees and back, was long overdue.

Unlike insoles you would find in the drugstore, Hydrothotics Dynamic Fluid Orthotics manufacturing process bonds a breathable, antimicrobial lightweight fabric to a high strength bladder filled with food grade, non-toxic glycerin. The glycerin helps to absorb shock, cushion the foot and create a more natural movement when you walk.