Orthostatic screening by Advanced Physicians for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Therapy was conducted by Jesse Peery, in order to explain how a persons feet imprints, scanned by digital media into a personal computer, assist in designing custom-made insoles (for walking) shoes and prevent foot aches, discomfort, and fatigue while walking. Footprints on a digital scanner, color-coded by areas of pressure, map the feets arches for Orthostatic Foot Insoles, for standing upright or walking on foot.
I was the first visitor to try the Orthostatic Digital Scanner. Some years ago at my home, a Lombard policeman who offered to drive me home, injured me and stumped my big toe to damage my right foot, causing a permanent right foot injury, after I was kidnapped during work, following a legal interpreting assignment for Interlate Languages Systems, Inc. in Aurora, Illinois. Since then, my fractured right toe has become "halgus valgus", never healing properly, and has developed into a hammertoe which reclines upon other toes with discomfort and distress upon walking, jogging, or running exercise.
During Orthostatic Digital screening, the right foot imprint showed in color codes how a custom-designed foot insole would balance the foot pressure to ease walking discomfort. In addition, Jesse Peery recommended to insert a big toe wedge to prevent continued degeneration of the hammertoe, reclining upon the other toes with undue pressure and discomfort, during excessive walking. Advanced Physicians provided Free Health Consultation to seek medical help for foot pain.