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Foot orthotics allow the muscles, tendons, and bones of the feet and lower legs to function at their highest potential. When appropriately prescribed, orthotics can decrease pain, not only in the foot, but in other parts of the body such as the knee, hip, and lower back. They can also increase stability in an unstable joint, prevent a deformed foot from developing additional problems, correct improper biomechanics and improve the overall quality of life.

Arch & Heel Pain•Knee Pain•Flat Feet•Tired Feet & Legs•Shin Splints•Hip Misalignment•Lower Back Pain

Foot orthotics allow the muscles, tendons, and bones of the feet and lower legs to function at their highest potential. When appropriately prescribed, orthotics can decrease pain, not only in the foot, but in other parts of the body such as the knee, hip, and lower back. They can also increase stability in an unstable joint, prevent a deformed foot from developing additional problems, correct improper biomechanics and improve the overall quality of life.

Orthotics are an eligible expense for your Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

We take great efforts in the custom design which is unique to each patient and foot, the materials used and the accuracy of the orthotics we produce.  A letter of the complete casting and manufacturing process and a Biomechanical assessment will be provided to your benefits provider upon request and at no extra charge.

  • Indications for Foot Orthotics
    •Improper Biomechanics •Foot Problems•Arthritis•Diabetes•Sports Performance•Heel Spurs•Shock Absorption•Uneven Leg Length
     
     Keeping your feet properly aligned directly affects your quality of life. Foot pain keeps you from the physical activity you need for proper health. This is very important not only to older people, who commonly suffer from foot-related ailments, but also athletes and those who spend time on their feet. Physical activity is important to your health, and foot pain can prevent you from getting the workout your body needs.