Conventional Custom Orthotics

Conventional Custom Orthotics

$99.9599.95
Available in full length and 3/4 length, our custom orthotics are specially crafted from your foot mold impressions to provide you that extra comfort and better posture.

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The full length orthotic runs from the heel to the end of the toes. It is often used when people want to remove the liners from their shoes. It is also used when a metatarsal support is required, because it allows this support it be positioned correctly. If used with the existing shoe liners in can cause a tight fit.

The 3/4 length orthotic is the neutral shell for the orthotic device. It runs from the heel to just behind the ball of the foot. It is the most commonly used orthotic.

  1. Order from the website or give us a call 800-500-2909
  2. Upon ordering, an impression kit will be mailed to you.
  3. Take your impressions following the video
  4. Return your impressions, using the pre-paid label
  5. In a couple of weeks receive your orthotics made from the molds of your feet.

Our custom orthotics are specially crafted from your foot mold impressions to provide you that extra comfort and better posture. They are a perfect choice for anyone looking for extra support like athletes, food service workers, kids, nurses, construction workers, and anyone else just looking for balance. Our custom made orthotics are also clinically proven to be highly effective in alleviating pain with certain foot-related conditions such as plantar fasciitis and associated pain.

Our orthotics are fabricated using an ultra high molecular poly ethelene. We use this material because it has a small amount of flexibility, but it will maintain its shape and give good support for an extended period of time. They are then covered with leather.

The full length orthotic runs from the heel to the end of the toes. It is often used when people want to remove the liners from their shoes. It is also used when a metatarsal support is required, because it allows this support it be positioned correctly. If used with the existing shoe liners in can cause a tight fit.

The 3/4 length orthotic is the neutral shell for the orthotic device. It runs from the heel to just behind the ball of the foot. It is the most commonly used orthotic.

Metatarsal Support is a tear drop shaped pad that is built into the orthotic, just behind the metatarsal heads. These are the long bones that toes hook on to. Its purpose is to help take pressure off the ball of the foot. It is also used when a person has a Neuroma (pinched nerve). It helps by spreading the metatarsals apart to relive the pressure on the nerve.

Why do you need custom orthotics?
Custom shoe inserts are beneficial for everyone who uses these unique products. They provide great support to walking on hard surfaces such as concrete or tile with unsupportive shoes. This can lead to misalignment and stress on your feet, knees, and lower back. You can eliminate this discomfort with our custom made orthotics to bring your feet to a good position and allow you to get going with the activities you love to do.

Do custom orthotics help with Plantar fasciitis?
Our unique custom made orthotics come with profound benefits for people with plantar fasciitis. Our custom shoe inserts are made from collecting your foot impressions with molds and carefully making the custom orthotics to reduce the pain and stress on your heel and the arch. This way you can have proper body alignment and avoid overpronation.

How long does it take for your feet to get adjusted with custom orthotics?
Our custom shoe inserts are specially designed to give your feet instant support, so it takes no time for your feet to get adjusted with the new shoe inserts. In some cases, it might take 2-3 days but in most cases, the time taken for you fit to get adjusted with custom orthotics is negligible. However, if you feel any sort of discomfort with the custom shoe inserts, you can let us know and we will be happy to fix your issues.

Do custom orthotics help with Flat feet?
If you have flat feet or low arches, you are more likely to overpronate that might cause misalignment and discomfort to your feet. Our custom made shoe inserts or custom orthotics help you gain the realignment and walk confidently without any hassles.

Are custom orthotics FSA or HSA eligible?
The answer is YES. Our custom orthotics are eligible for full reimbursement with FSA (flexible spending account) and HAS (Health Savings account). And you do not require a prescription for reimbursement. Nevertheless, the list of eligible items are subject to change over time, so it is always necessary to check the specifics of your plan with your health care provider.