CUSTOM ORTHOTICS

 

Do you want to be pain free? The answer can be right under your feet. Find out how orthotics help relieve pain. Get your Free GaitScan

What are custom orthotics?

 

Custom orthotics are biomechanical, medical devices address your specific foot and gait imbalances.  Thee devices are made by skilled technicians based on a Gait scan and Scancast 3D of your foot together with examination findings that we send to the lab.  Custom orthotics fit comfortably into shoes by simply put on top or removing the manufacturer’s insole and replacing it with the orthotics.

The key to better health could be right under your toes

What do my feet have to do with it?

 

Like the foundation of a house, your feet support the wet of everything above them, which means that when a small problem develops in your feet a subtle change occurs in the entire framework of your body. These changes cause a chain reaction throughout your posture while your stand and walk, placing stress and strain on joints, muscles and tendons in your fee, knees, hops or even the low back.

A custom orthotic will help reduce pain and discomfort by enhancing your body’s natural movements. We design custom orthotics  are made for your unique needs and add to your general well-being.

How do they help?

 

Custom orthotics help your body restore a natural balance and normal movement patterns, thereby reducing strain, pain and discomfort. For optimal results, a custom orthotic should be worn on a daily basis inside quality, supportive footwear.   We will provide specific instructions on how to gradually increase wearing time for activities of daily living and/or for specific activities such as running or sports.

How do I know if I have a problem?

 

They symptoms of poor foot biomechanics may include one or more of the following:

Localized foot pain

Bunions

Hammer toes

Arch pain

Heel pain

Knee pain

Hip or low back pain

Orthotics – plantar-fascia

Plantar fasciitis

Achilles tendoniti

Posterior Tibial Tendon Pain

Plantar plate tears

Stress fractures

Metatarsalgia (Pain in the Ball of the Foot)