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We help patients who suffer from foot problems feel better.

Custom Made Orthotics

*We will manufacture your orthotics right onsite in our clinic in our state of the art orthotics laboratory.

*We are committed to ensuring you have the best orthotics prescription to help your foot condition.

Who Should Prescribe and Provide Orthotics:

Chiropodists and Podiatrists are the only regulated health professions that have the ability to prescribe and provide custom orthotics defined in their regulated acts.

College of Chiropodists of Chiropodists

Regulating Chiropodists and Podiatrists

What Makes Us Different Than The Other Providers?

    • We can prescribe your orthotics.
    • All insurance paperwork is provided for reimbursement.
    • We manufacture and modify on site, which means you get your orthotics faster.
    • Adjustments are made on site immediately or within 24 hours.

    What are Orthotics?

    The term "orthotic" comes from the Greek word "ortho", which means to straighten or correct. Sometimes called arch supports, orthotics allow people to stand, walk, and run more efficiently and comfortably. Custom made orthotics are made to fit an individuals unique foot structure.

    Correcting any biomechanical dysfunctions in the lower limb can stabilize the structure, and reduce or eliminate repetitive stresses. Custom orthotics, worn in appropriate footwear, can aid in improving proper lower limb function. They are inserted in a shoe to replace the original manufacturers insert.  

    We want our patients to know that custom orthotic devices come in many shapes, sizes, and materials and fall into three main categories: to change foot function, to primarily protect the foot, and a combination of functional control and protection.

    How are they made?

    Orthotics are made from a mold after a podiatrist takes a plaster cast or other kind of image of the foot. Rigid orthotics (one of three different types of orthotics) control motion in the two major foot joints that lie directly below the ankle joint and may improve or eliminate strains, aches, and pains in the legs, thighs, and lower back. 

    How Impression Are Taken

    3D Computerized System

    Plaster of Paris

    Orthotics Shell Types

    Soft Orthotics 

    Soft orthotics are generally used to absorb shock, increase balance, and take pressure off uncomfortable or sore spots. They are usually effective for diabetic, arthritic, and deformed feet. Soft orthotics are typically made up of soft cushioned materials so that they can be worn against the sole of the foot, extending from the heel past the ball of the foot, including the toes. Like rigid orthotics, soft orthotics are also made from a mold after a podiatrist takes a plaster cast or other kind of image of the foot.

    Semi-Rigid Orthotics (Most Popular)

    Semi-rigid orthotics provide foot balance for walking or participating in sports. The typical semi-rigid orthotic is made up of layers of soft material, reinforced with more rigid materials. Semi-rigid orthotics are often prescribed for children to treat flatfoot and in-toeing or out-toeing disorders. These orthotics are also used to help athletes mitigate pain while they train and compete. They are often composed of a firm material, such as plastic or carbon fiber. 

    Break in Period

    Please see the below video for information on how to break in your orthotics.