Are you experiencing pain or discomfort in your feet while walking, running or jogging? Do you suffer from alignment issues or pressure points? If so, you may benefit from custom orthotics!
They are made from either a flexible plastic or soft rubber (EVA), and can come in different lengths. Orthotics will contour the shape of the bottom of the foot, and therefore can look like they are an “arch support”, but we promise you, they are so much more.
What are custom orthotics? They are specialized devices that are placed inside your shoes to meet your individual foot needs. These devices are designed from a 3D scan of your foot, which ensures a perfect fit and proper alignment.
The benefits of custom orthotics are numerous. Not only do they improve foot function and gait efficiency, but they also decrease pain and provide necessary support and comfort. Additionally, custom orthotics come in a variety of colors, sizes and styles to fit into any shoe.
One of the best things about custom orthotics is their durability. The main component of the device lasts for 2-5 years or more. This means that you will have long-lasting support and comfort from your custom orthotics.
Kilmore & Wallan Podiatry Clinic offer existing clients who need a second set of custom orthotics a discounted rate. Say goodbye to the hassle of moving your orthotics from shoe to shoe!
Don’t let foot pain or discomfort hold you back any longer. Invest in a pair of custom orthotics and experience the benefits for yourself. Contact Kilmore & Wallan Podiatry Clinic to schedule your 3D scan and get started on the path to comfortable, pain-free feet!
Orthotics can often treat and prevent conditions such as:
- Plantar Fasciitis or Heel Pain
- Stress Fractures
- Bunions or Hallux Abducto-Valgus
- Tendinopathy or Tendonitis
- Ankle sprains
- Achilles tendon injuries
- Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome or Shin Splints
- Knee Pain
- Sever’s Disease, Osgood Schlatters or growth plate issues
- Corns and callus
- Lower Back Pain
- They can also improve many other conditions affecting the foot and ankle and leg.