Do you suffer from foot pain or discomfort? Maybe you have flat feet or high arches that make it difficult to find comfortable shoes. Or perhaps you have a foot condition that requires extra support or cushioning. If this sounds like you, custom orthotics could be the solution you've been looking for.
What are custom orthotics?
Custom orthotics are shoe inserts that are specifically tailored to your feet. They're designed to provide extra support, cushioning, and stability where you need it most. Unlike off-the-shelf inserts, custom orthotics are made from a mold of your feet, ensuring a perfect fit and maximum effectiveness.
What are the benefits of custom orthotics?
Pain relief: Custom orthotics can help relieve foot pain, heel pain, arch pain, and other types of discomfort.
Improved posture and alignment: Custom orthotics can improve your gait, redistribute pressure on your feet, and improve your overall posture and alignment.
Enhanced athletic performance: Custom orthotics can help athletes improve their performance by providing extra support, stability, and shock absorption.
Reduced risk of injury: Custom orthotics can help prevent foot injuries by providing extra support and cushioning where you need it most.
How do you get custom orthotics?
Getting custom orthotics is easy. Simply schedule an appointment with one of our podiatrists. They will take a mold of your feet and send it to a lab to have your custom orthotics made. Once your orthotics are ready, you'll come back for a fitting to ensure a perfect fit.
Are custom orthotics worth the investment?
Custom orthotics may be covered by your insurance plan, making them a valuable investment for happy and healthy feet. Unlike off-the-shelf inserts, custom orthotics are tailored to your feet, providing targeted support and cushioning to prevent injuries and improve posture, alignment, and athletic performance.
Don't suffer from foot pain or discomfort any longer. Invest in custom orthotics for happy feet that will keep you comfortable and pain-free. Schedule an appointment with a podiatrist at Gentle Foot and Ankle Care to discuss if custom orthotics are right for you.