Do Your Feet Hurt?
If you have problems with flat feet, high arches, pronation, low back pain, ankle pain, knee pain, plantar fasciitis (arch pain and/or heel pain), neuroma or heel spurs, then you may be a candidate for orthotics. Whether you want to run pain free or simply want to get through your day without the hindrance of pain, our custom orthotics may be the solution you need to relieve your foot, knee or back discomfort.
The orthotics we provide are designed by one of our certified medical professionals. We provide orthotics for all. The types of devices we provide include:
- Dress shoes
How the Process Works
During your first visit, a physical therapist will assess your walking gait and the structure of your foot. This will assist in choosing the correct orthotic for your foot. Then the physical therapist will make a custom plaster cast of your foot and send if off to the lab with special instructions for the way your orthotics should be formed. When the orthotics are complete, you’ll return for a follow-up visit with the physical therapist to try on your new orthotics and receive personalized instructions.