Orthotics are custom-made shoe inserts that are designed to support the feet and improve foot function. Orthotics can be used to treat a variety of foot conditions, including plantar fasciitis, flat feet, and neuromas.

Orthotics are typically prescribed by a podiatrist after a thorough evaluation of the feet and gait. The orthotics are custom-made based on the podiatrist’s recommendations and are designed to fit the unique shape and needs of each individual patient.

Orthotics can be made from a variety of materials, including foam, plastic, and leather. They may be full-length or partial-length, and can be designed to fit inside a variety of shoe styles.

The benefits of orthotics may include improved foot and ankle alignment, reduced pain and discomfort, and improved athletic performance. Orthotics can also help to prevent further damage to the feet and ankles by providing additional support and cushioning.

If you are experiencing foot pain or discomfort, it is important to seek medical attention from a podiatrist who can evaluate your condition and recommend appropriate treatment, which may include the use of orthotics. By working closely with a podiatrist and following a comprehensive treatment plan, individuals can often achieve significant improvements in foot health and quality of life.