IMPROVE YOUR GAME. IMPROVE YOUR LIFE.
Welcome to Fore2Feet
we design and manufacture orthotics made for your feet, your lifestyle, to reduce foot pain – for good’
Rob Feldman is the owner of Own2feet, Inc. and its sports affiliate Fore2Feet. Rob has 18 years of experience in custom orthotics and foot care. He specializes in the design of custom orthotics for athletes. One unique aspect of Fore2Feet is Rob’s proprietary design of lifestyle orthotics tailored to specific activities such as golf, tennis, and pickleball, for both men and women. Fore2Feet also focuses on providing relief for those with general foot problems. Rob has leveraged his passion and expertise with technology to offer the finest 3-D printed devices.
Adding to the unique nature of Fore2Feet is a throwback to a simpler time as the company specializes in house calls. Patients can enjoy the convenience, comfort, and privacy of their own homes while receiving expert care. We take the necessary time to share our knowledge of common foot problems and solutions. He has broadened the scope of the company through direct relationships with exclusive country clubs, governing bodies such as the PGA of America, and only the most prestigious, healthcare systems and physicians in South and Southwest Florida.
Whatever Your Game
The pain you experience on (and after) the course can be minimized with better posture, set-up, swing transition, all benefits of the Fore2feet specialized orthotics
THE SOLUTION TO FOOT AND JOINT PAIN FOR GOLFERS
Our state-of-the-art custom golf orthotics are digitally rendered from a precise scan of your foot, and 3D-printed reduce and in most cases eliminate nagging foot pain.
Tennis and pickleball place unique strains on knees and ankles. Say goodbye to ankle sprains, ball of foot and arch pain with better stability and support
Our unique approach to custom tennis orthotics
Get the perfect fit with your digitally rendered orthotics designed to give unparalleled ankle support, cushioning, arch support, and reduce stress at the ball of the foot
Live your life foot pain-free! Our custom orthotics will keep you on the move whether it be on your daily walk, your day at work, or weekend warrior endevours!
Our unique approach to custom orthotics quickly and easily
Our 3-D printing enables precise constructions for the most specialized athletic shoe, delicate dress shoes, and even sandals!
We Deliver in Many Ways
We work closely with your doctor to formulate a plan of care that includes a comprehensive approach to your orthotic and footwear needs that matches exactly to your lifestyle. We also work with fitness and wellness centers to deliver an added wellness service.
For all medical practitioners such as orthopedists, physical therapists, podiatrists, chiropractors, general practitioners and others, please click the link above to visit or Practitioner page and learn more about how to schedule a meeting at your office, refer a patient, and also learn about the many pedorthic interventions we offer to aid in your patients’ foot health.
delivering modern service in an old-fashioned way
Fore2Feet Housecall Service
Introducing The Only True Golf Orthotics Prototype
Enhancing Your Golf Game with Custom Orthotics
It focuses on 3 points:
We have the answer……..Your Feet
Reduce and Eliminate Foot Pain in the Comfort of your own Home
Conditions that affect the feet
Plantar fasciitis is a condition where you feel pain in your heel when you stand up or take your first few steps in the morning. It happens when the band of tissue that connects your heel bone to your toes (the plantar fascia) gets inflamed or irritated. This can be caused by a lot of things like overuse, wearing shoes with poor arch support, or having tight calf muscles.
Morton's Neuroma is a condition where you feel pain or a burning sensation in the ball of your foot, especially between your third and fourth toes. It's caused by a thickening of the tissue around the nerves that lead to your toes. This can be caused by wearing tight shoes or high heels, or by having certain foot deformities.
Osteoarthritis is a type of arthritis that affects the joints in your body. It happens when the cartilage (the tissue that cushions your bones) wears down over time. This can cause pain, stiffness, and difficulty moving your joints. Osteoarthritis can happen in any joint, but it's most common in the feet, knees, hips, and hands.
Blisters and Calluses
Blisters and calluses are both caused by friction between your skin and something else, like your shoes or the ground. Blisters are little bubbles filled with fluid that form on your skin, while calluses are thickened areas of skin that can be hard and rough. Both can be uncomfortable, but they're usually not serious. You can prevent them by wearing comfortable shoes and socks, and by keeping your feet clean and dry.
Tendonitis is a condition where a tendon (the tissue that connects your muscles to your bones) gets inflamed or irritated. It can cause pain and swelling, and make it difficult to move the affected joint. Tendonitis can happen in any part of your body where there's a tendon, but it's most common in the shoulders, elbows, and ankles.
High arches (also called cavus foot) is a condition where the arch of your foot is higher than normal. It can be caused by a lot of things, like genetics or certain medical conditions. High arches can cause pain, instability, and difficulty finding comfortable shoes.
Flat Feet (also called fallen arches) is a condition where the arch of your foot is very low or nonexistent. It can be caused by genetics, injury, or certain medical conditions. Flat feet can cause pain, fatigue, and difficulty finding comfortable shoes.
Stress Fractures are small bone cracks caused by repeat pressure. They often happen to active people such as athletes and runners. If left untreated, they can get worse and lead to significant discomfort. Early medical attention is critical to prevent further damage. Proper training, gradually increasing your activity levels, and using the right footwear can help prevent Stress Fractures from happening in the first place.
Book Your Consultation Now
Our footcare specialists are experienced in discussing many common but annoying foot problems such as Plantar Fasciitis, Metatarsalgia, Ankle and Arch Pain, Bunions, Morton’s Neuromas, and more. We offer a 15-minute consult by just clicking on the button below and checking out to pay our small nominal fee of $45.00 for a Phone Tele-Consultation. Should we feel you require more advanced care, we will refer you to one of our physicians in our strong network of providers in your area. We will then collaborate on your care.