Custom Made Orthotics

If your feet feel sore, tender or even fatigued due to lots of walking or standing, then Custom Made Orthotics are right for you.

Why Choose Custom Made Orthotics?


If your feet feel sore, tender or even fatigued due to lots of walking or standing, then Custom Made Orthotics are right for you. They can ease the tension in painful feet by providing support where it’s needed.

Foot structures are all unique. Just like everyone's eyesight, personality, and medical problems are unique to that person, so is the foot structure unique. The foot is made up of 26 bones, 107 ligaments, tendons, and 19 muscles originating in the leg and the foot. These bones, muscles, and tendons all to work together determine the balance and alignment of the foot. This, together with your weight, the type of work you do, amount of time spent on your feet, the type of surface you stand on all day and the type of shoes you wear, all contribute to the delicate balance and alignment of your feet. A perfectly balanced and aligned foot is rare occurrence .

For individuals who are overweight, orthotics can help balance the extra stress on the feet, as small problems are usually magnified due to increased weight.

Orthotics may also be prescribed for children who have a foot deformity.

If you are athletically active, Orthotics will often enhance strength and endurance. Sports require a great deal of movement and pressure in the feet. Orthotics can decrease fatigue and encourage efficient muscle function to improve performance.

Orthotics are also ideal for relieving discomfort and foot fatigue faced by older adults, who may have developed arthritis in their feet.


  • What do orthotics do for me? Almost all foot problems are directly or indirectly related to poor foot alignment. If you are experiencing foot pains, deformities, fatigue or cramps, you probably have an imbalance in your feet. Orthotics are designed to correct or rebalance that abnormality. Similar to glasses or contact lenses which correct your eyesight, orthotics help re-balance your foot structure to reduce abnormal stresses or abnormal areas of weight bearing in your feet . These stresses can lead to discomfort and more serious problems as time passes.
  • How long will I have to wear orthotics? Generally orthotics should be worn the most of the time that you are on your feet . Once you become accustomed to them, you will likely feel uncomfortable without them. This doesn't' mean you must wear orthotics when you want to dress up on occasion if your shoes that aren't compatible with the devices.
  • What kind of shoes are compatible with orthotics? A closed shoe with a heel height up to 1-1/2" or less. Orthotics are don't work as well with higher heels. Backless shoes will require modifications to be made to the orthotics. For sandals, Birkenstock sandal/orthotic can be prescribed. It's an regular looking sandal but the foot bed is an orthotic.
  • Can I wear my orthotics for sports activities, ie, running, aerobics, etc.? Absolutely! In fact, many professional and amateur athletes would be unable to perform to their same levels without their orthotics.
  • Do orthotics ever need to be replaced? Do they break? For adults , it is quite likely that your orthotic prescription will have to be changed approximately every three years. Young adult, under the age of 21, will need to be reevaluated every 18 to 24 months or sooner if the child experiences a growth spurt. Generally orthotics can withstand quite a bit of abuse but are vulnerable to extreme heat.