Free information is available at www.rinella-op.com that shows how a person can walk better without a cane. New technology provided by a licensed medical professional can take canes out of the equation.
Chicago & Suburbs, IL (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
Rinella Orthotics, Inc., founded in New Lenox, IL shows patients how its possible to get rid of their walking cane forever. "People are shocked at the benefits and we have heard people use the word miracle, when it comes to our services," says Daniel Rinella, president.
With orthotic treatment that is now available, people find that their balance increases,speed increases and their energy expenditure decreases during ambulation. "All of these benefits are possible, in addition to the fact that people can not see these walking devices when they are used and insurance can cover the entire cost," says Daniel Rinella.
Rinella Orthotics, Inc. services people in greater Chicago and all of its suburbs. "We realize people with walking problems can not always travel easily, so we treat people in clinics, hospitals and even at home, if needed," says Mr. Rinella. - Devices such as an AFO (Ankle Foot Orthosis), KAFO (Knee Ankle Foot Orthosis) or the Walkaide can easily be hidden by the use of a pair of pants. In addition, many people tell us that they do not need their cane anymore because of the benefits of each device.
Rinella Orthotics offers a free ebook on its website that tells people all about the benefits of an AFO and why it can be such a valuable tool. Their licensed, medically trained staff also helps patients facilitate insurance claims and our travel expenses are not extra for those individuals that really can not come into our office.
Call Rinella Orthotics today at 1-815-717-8970, or visit them online and look for the video of Kathy. She describes her experience and how it has changed her life.
Disclaimer : Do not just start walking without a cane. You need to see a medical professional in the field of orthotics, to help facilitate the dream of walking without your previously used walking stick.