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Customised Orthotics


Lots of people have structural or alignment troubles with their feet. Around 70 % of the population has feet that often pronate or “roll in.”.

Foot Orthotics, likewise called Orthoses, are inserts that are placed into your shoes. They are developed to improve the posture, pressure circulation and biomechanical function of your feet. They do this by changing the position of joints, improving the alignment of the lower limbs and muscles. This new positioning decreases stresses on the foot and lower limb, improving symptoms and lowering the likelihood of future injury.

Customised Orthotics are products made particularly for you, your feet, your tasks, your shoes and your way of life. The first step is to take an exact impression of your feet. From here, your Podiatric doctor can particularly tailor a prescription to your biomechanics and the position in which your foot functions best. Your Podiatrist can then select the degree of correction, shape, product, cover material, padding and accommodative additions, thickness and size of the product, in addition to biomechanical additions to alter the function of muscles and joints in your area.

What Conditions can Orthotics help with?

Orthotics can often treat and prevent conditions such as:

Plantar Fasciitis or Heel Pain

Stress Fractures

Bunions or Hallux Abducto-valgus

Tendinopathy or Tendonitis

Neural compression or Neuroma

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome or Shin Splints

Knee Pain

Sever’s Disease, Osgood Schlatters or growth plate issues


Corns and callous

Lower Back Pain

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