What are orthotics?

Orthotics are custom foot supports designed to your foot. These supports are made from engineered plastics which have “memory”. No matter what abuse you put them through, the orthotic will bounce back into its original form.

We are so confident in this that we offer a lifetime warranty on the plastic shell! Since they are made from a mod of your feet, compared to the standard one-size-fits-all products found at stores, we insure comfort from our devices. They are made in a variety of styles to accommodate sneakers, dress shoes, athletic cleats, skis, or any other shoes. They are designed to help treat YOUR specific medical condition. Check them out!

How will custom orthotics help?

Your feet are designed to support and balance your entire body, but sometimes they need help. Every time you walk, run, or jump, you are exerting a large amount of force on your feet. It is a small structure which needs support, at times, of 5X your body weight. Over time, this force takes a toll on your feet by irritating weaker foot structures.

WE ARE ALL BORN WITH SOMETHING “SLIGHTLY OFF”! Some might have one leg that’s slightly longer than the other; some might have an arch that’s a little low, or a little high. Some might have toes that aren’t completely straight. Whereas “slightly off” is normal, it is the degree to which something is “off” that will cause you pain. This can impair foot function which can result in abnormal rotation of the legs, and even affect the knees, hips, or back.

When you wear a pair of our custom-made orthotics, they don’t simply support the arch and cushion your heels. Orthotics prevent your feet from sitting in an abnormal and dangerous position while providing you with comfort. They prevent overpronation (flattening of the arch) as well as absorb shock while running and walking. This supports makes the foot more table and minimizes the potential for overuse injuries. In addition, our custom-made orthotics help to prevent further injuries such as ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis, and tendonitis by controlling the motion of the foot.