What is a custom made orthotic?
Custom made foot orthotics are medical devices that can be discreetly inserted into shoes to help support, align the foot and ankle, prevent, and/or accommodate foot abnormalities and improve how the foot functions. Custom made orthotics are individually tailored to meet each person's needs and can help support the rest of the body from the feet upwards by reducing stress on the body. Improving the mechanics of the feet, it can help prevent or manage injuries stemming from poor foot or gait mechanics.
Who should wear orthotics?
(Not limited to the following conditions)
Foot, ankle, arch, heel, knee, hip or low back pain
Leg length discrepancies
Flat feet (collapsed arches)
Our clinic uses advanced 3D scanning technology that is custom-fit to a person's unique foot structure. We also provide a full biomechanical assessment and gait analysis to identify any potential issues.
Our orthotics are designed to fit a variety of shoe types, such as running shoes, casual shoes, dress shoes, boots, and even high heels. With our personalized approach, you can feel confident that you're receiving the best orthotic care available.
How can they help?
Custom foot orthotics are a proven solution to correct the biomechanics of your feet and improve overall function. These orthotics can also provide relief for a variety of conditions such as back pain, hip pain, knee pain, and foot pain.
Poor foot posture can lead to pain in the spinal column, while structural differences in the feet may cause discomfort in the hip joints. Misaligned feet can put excessive strain on the knees, leading to knee pain. Inadequate arch support and hard surfaces can cause pain in the feet and ankles.
At our clinic, we offer custom-made orthotics that are tailored to your specific needs, so you can experience optimal comfort and relief from pain.
*******Orthotic are covered by many private insurance plans.
Please ask your insurance provider the following questions prior to your appointment:
1. Do I need a medical prescription for reimbursement?
2. Can a chiropractor dispense my orthotics?
3. What is my orthotic insurance coverage?