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Foot Orthotics

Foot Orthotics 

What are 'Foot Orthotics'?

Foot orthoses, commonly called orthotics, are specially designed shoe inserts that help support the feet and improve foot posture. People who have chronic foot or leg problems that interfere with the health and functioning of their feet may be prescribed orthoses by their podiatrist

What do orthotics do to your feet?

Orthotics make standing, walking, and running more comfortable and efficient by altering the angles at which the foot strikes the ground. Orthotics placed inside your shoes can absorb shock, improve balance, and take pressure off sore spots.

How do you know if you need foot orthotics?

I recommend a foot orthotic if muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, or bones are not in an optimal functional position and are causing pain, discomfort, and fatigue.


Who needs foot orthotics?

7 Signs You Need Orthotics

  • You have foot pain or swelling.

  • You have sharp heel pain (during walking or after a period of rest)

  • You have a flat foot or high arched foot. 

  • You're having problems with balance or you are prone to falling over. 

  • Your shoes are wearing unevenly. 

  • You've had a lower limb injury.

  • You have diabetic foot complications.

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