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Patent granted for a "foot orthotic"!

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Nov 5, 2015.

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    My 'snake oil' bells started ringing when they started talking about the non-existent anterior metatarsal arch ... they got even louder when I see the TGA logo on the website (attached). I lodged a complaint with the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
     

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    My complaint is being acted upon. I hate these sorts of snake oil pedlers
     
  5. kevin miller

    kevin miller Active Member

    Good grief.......it is a "British Foot Leveler"!

    see www.footlevelers.com ...... find the tab "three arch advantage". It is sad, but this drivel is one of the best sellers in the states.
     
  6. dyfoot

    dyfoot Active Member

    Foot levelers are apparently the biggest orthotic lab in the world.
     
  7. David Wedemeyer

    David Wedemeyer Well-Known Member

    They look suspiciously like a foot leveler....

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    Kevin long time no see, how are you?

    Best

    David
     
  8. kevin miller

    kevin miller Active Member

    Hey David..... all is well. Like the rest of you just trying to survive universal healthcare in America. Though it is odd how many patients report less and less coverage for higher premiums and deductibles. I guess we just need more government......
     
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