The short answers is no you don’t need a prescription but it you have never been measure by a professional it could be hit and miss to get your lift correct. we always suggest that you get measured for a shoe lift by a professional like your doctor or chiropractor.

A common story with a lot of our customers is that they suspect they might have one leg shorter than the other.

When your young and there is not a large leg length discrepancy it is easy to over look, but as you get older you may start noticing back, knee and ankle pain.

You start searching the web and you find my first blog “Measuring a Leg Length Discrepancy” You follow the step and just as you had suspected you are 97% sure you need a shoe lift to correct the differences in your leg length.