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 *FOR OUR NEW CUSTOMERS that wish to order Advanced Stabilizers or our Slim Line appliances:  In order to custom fit you it will be necessary to mail you a PRINT KIT first.  Upon receipt follow the illustrated instructions included in PRINT KIT answering all the questions inside our brochure.  Return PRINT KIT promptly to us; we will size and style you and immediately get them on their way.

 

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All about us...

Norval and Edith Pennington welcome you to the

CorrectaStep online store!

For nearly 30 years Norval & Edith have continued to introduce the public to the very best products and materials available to their customers.  After a chance meeting at the Michigan State Fair in 1986, CORRECT-A-STEP was born and the love affair has never ended.

Norval and Edith have worked many years developing a line of trade shows, fairs and home shows across the United States.  In 1998 they began to focus on the Northwest,  due to the fact they own a home in Idaho as well as Alabama.

CORRECT-A-STEP has proven itself at offering the highest quality products made from the best, most durable and longest lasting materials available.  Folks have said that the best and worst thing about our orthotic inserts is that they last so long that they don’t get to visit us again!

Our business motto during all these years has been “One good word about us is better than 10 bad”. We extend a thank you!

"CORRECT-A-STEP has proven itself at offering the highest quality products made from the best, most durable and longest lasting materials available..

The Penningtons

Videos

Before and After

Notice the height difference!

This is a video taken of a set of twins, measuring their height, before and after being fitted with our insoles.  The the results are dramatic!!

Great improvement!

This is a video taken on site at one of our expos.

Check out the posture before and after.

The difference in this gentleman's posture after placing his feet into the inserts is amazing.

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FAQ's

  • WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ADVANCED STABILIZER AND THE THINTHOTIC?

    Good question!  The Advanced Stabilizer is designed with a deep cupped heel and high flanges.  It is best used when you roll inward. This is called pronation.   It is also used with someone that has high arches and rolls outward.  This is called Supination.  The deep cupped heel and the high flanges on each side cradle the foot and help to stabilize the natural arches of your feet.

    The Thinthotic is semi-flexible and does not offer as much control and a bit less metatarsal support.  It's design being thin wears wonderfully in dress shoes and western boots.

    It is a professional call as to which one we place you in.

  • HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE BEFORE I WILL BE WEARING MY NEW ORTHOTIC  ALL DAY COMFORTABLY?

    Everyone is different.  Depending on your individual problems and interestingly enough your gender.  Men take longer to adjust then women.  It also depends on if you have been wearing an insert and how long you have had it.  Best case senerial is 3 to 5 days and worst case senerial is 10 days to 3 weeks.

     

  • HOW LONG WILL THEY LAST?

    The quality of the material used to manufacture both the Advanced Stabilizer and the Thinthotic is of the highest quality.  Therefore we are very comfortable telling you that they will last 12-15 years.  Although we recommend replacing them every 7-10 years.  Remember, you are not the same person today that you were 7 to 10 years ago!

  • WILL THEY HELP MY SORE HEELS?

    It has been our experience in 30 years of business that either of these two inserts takes pressure from your heels and allows you to walk in comfort.

  • WILL THEY HELP MY HURTING KNEES OR HIPS?

    Again, it has been our experience that when the arches of your feet are supported it alleviates the discomfort that you are experiencing in your knees and hips.

  • DO YOU HAVE ANY TESTIMONIAL LETTERS?

    A very good questing indeed!  We have lots and lots of testimonial letters!  And will share them upon request.

    IF YOU WILL WATCH OUR VIDEO'S YOU CAN LITERALLY SEE HOW INDIVIDUAL'S BALANCE AND POSTURE ARE IMPROVED WHEN THE ADVANCED STABILIZERS OR THE THINTHIC ARE PLACED UNDER THEIR FEET.

The condition of your feet affects your overall health.  Here is a list of some conditions you should be aware of.

Testimonials

  • PLANTAR FACIITIS

    Plantar Fasciitis is a condition in which the fibrous plantar fascia ligament found along the bottom of the foot becomes overworked or stretched developing a tear in the tissue resulting in pain and inflammation. Symptoms associated with this consists of stabbing, aching, or burning in the heel of the foot.  Your first steps in the morning place pressure on the ligament stretching it and causing pain.

    Some causes are due to long hours on your feet, obesity, shoes with little or no arch support, inactivity, flat feet and other varied foot problems.  Prolonging treatment can cause the condition to become worse. Overtime you may notice a change in your foot’s mechanics causing additional pain to your knees, hips, or back.

    The approach taken by CORRECT-A-STEP is to place CORRECT-A-STEP inserts in your shoes which help to significantly reduce pain and help.

  • FLAT FEET

    Flat feet is a condition in which the arch of the foot collapses, with the entire sole of the foot coming into complete contact with the ground. This can be caused by years of wear and tear which weaken the tendons that are responsible for the shaping of the arch. It can also be a result of an injury that caused inflammation to the tendons or can be inherited genetically.

     

    Symptoms consists of uneven shoe wear toward the inside, lower leg pain, ankle pain or swelling, foot pain, bunions and even calluses.  Our well designed appliance make a natural position of the feet possible – muscles and ligaments are no longer overstressed.  Slackness, fatigue, foot pains as well as subsequent disorders are avoided.  The physiologically correct foot position also has a positive effect on knees, hips and the spinal column.   Depending on how much flexability you have in your feet will be dependant on what design of orthotic CORRECT-A-STEP uses.

     

    Please note if your feet are totally rigid and you have no flexibility you should consult your physician.

  • HIGH ARCHES

    High arches (Pes Cavus) are known to be painful due to an excessive amount of weight that is placed on the ball and heel of the foot. This can lead to calluses on the ball, heel, and even the side of the foot. (A condition known as Pes Cavus can occur in one or both feet at any age.)

    CORRECT-A-STEP approaches high arches with the concept of stabilizing the foot. As the high arched individual tends to have several issues that get their attention. I feel the major issue is instability. You may notice an awkward walk or run, hammertoes and or calluses. The higher the arch the more foot fatigue a person may experience. Really high arched individuals have difficulty finding a good fitting shoe, especially in throated boots or shoes. High arches can be the result of a neurological condition.

  • BUNIONS

    A bunion is a bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of your big toe. A bunion forms when your big toe pushes against your next toe, forcing the joint of your big toe to get bigger and stick out. The skin over the bunion might be red and sore.

     

    Wearing tight, narrow shoes might cause bunions or might make them worse. Bunions can also develop as a result of an inherited structural defect, stress on your foot or a medical condition, such as arthritis.

     

    Smaller bunions (bunionettes) also can develop on the joint of your little toes.

  • CORNS

    Corns and calluses are thick, hardened layers of skin that develop when your skin tries to protect itself against friction and pressure. They most often develop on the feet and toes or hands and fingers. Corns and calluses can be unsightly.

     

    If you're healthy, you need treatment for corns and calluses only if they cause discomfort. For most people, simply eliminating the source of friction or pressure makes corns and calluses disappear.

     

    If you have diabetes or another condition that causes poor blood flow to your feet, you're at greater risk of complications from corns and calluses. Seek your doctor's advice on proper care for corns and calluses if you have such a condition.

  • HAMMER TOE

    A hammer toe occurs from a muscle and ligament imbalance around the toe joint which causes the middle joint of the toe to bend and become stuck in this position. The most common complaint with hammertoes is rubbing and irritation on the top of the bent toe.

     

    Toes that may curl rather than buckle -- most commonly the baby toe -- are also considered hammertoes.

     

    It can happen to any toe. Women are more likely to get pain associated with hammertoes than men because of shoe gear.

     

    Hammertoes can be a serious problem in people with diabetes or poor circulation. People with these conditions should see a doctor at the first sign of foot trouble

"Helped my knee!"

"Able to walk pain free"

Before and After

I wasn't expecting this...

I tried the slim-line orthotics on at a home and garden trade show.  They felt great on my feet right away, but they bothered my left knee that I've had issues with for over 30 years.  I have very little cartilage left in that knee and it always hurts when I walk.  It started to hurt worse after a couple days of wearing the inserts, but I was determined to stick it out because my feet felt so much better.  All of a sudden, after 2 weeks of wearing the inserts every day, I realized my knee wasn't hurting while I walked.  In fact it was feeling better than it has since it was operated on 30 years ago!  I didn't expect that to happen, but I am very happy it did.  You both made me a believer!

Warren M.

Asheville, NC

I had a terrible pain in my right foot from a bone spur brought on by  planter fasciitis.  I mentioned to you that I had a trip to Disney World planned in two weeks and was concerned I'd never survive it...You slipped the Slim Line Orthotics into my shoes and asked me to walk around a bit.  I returned to your booth with tears streaming down my face!  It was the first time in a year that I'd been able to walk pain free!  With the cost of Disney World on the horizon, I reluctantly paid the $300 for the insoles.  Your insoles saved my trip!  There is no way I could have EVER survived 6 days of continual walking (and at times running) through Disney and Universal Studios had it not been for these insoles!  They are incredible and the best $300 I've ever spent on myself!!!  Thanks for doing what you do and keep up the good work - you've been a life saver to me!!!

A. McMunn  Missouri

I am so thankful that I met you at the Home Show and learned about CORRECT-A-STEP.  I couldn't believe just by putting CORRECT-A-STEP inserts in my shoes that I got up easily out of the chair and could walk as far as I could that night.  If I don't have them in my shoes I can really tell the difference so I wear the CORRECT-A-STEP inserts all the time.  I have recommended them to my friends and family.  S. MALONE, RN (1997)

Saw the advertisement for CORRECT-A-STEP and came straight to your booth.  Tried a pair of your orthotics, bought them and wore them around the arena.  Even though I was in a wheelchair not able to walk for long periods of time.  Have been VERY satisfied with the increased ability to walk and comfort given with the use of this appliance. I was able to work longer due to the use of the orthotic until my knees deteriorated so much to  prevent me from being able to continue my working.  You were a blessing at that time in my life.  I purchased a new pair today and am feeling great.  Movement is better, which is another blessing!  S. MALONE, RN (2014)

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