What are Orthotics? 
Orthotics are devices that are worn to correct foot and ankle problems non-surgically. They include foot pads and shoe inserts. Foot pads are placed on the sole of the shoe. They are used to treat conditions that include metatarsal and sesamoid pain. Shoe inserts are also placed in the shoe. These devices are used to treat a wide variety of problems that include foot arthritis and flat feet. There are many different kinds of inserts, from ones that are soft to ones that are quite rigid. Some come in predetermined sizes or contours, while others need to be custom molded to an individual’s specific foot shape. Prescription Orthotics are divided into two categories:
  • Functional Orthotics are designed to control abnormal motion. They may be used to treat foot pain caused by abnormal motion; they can also be used to treat injuries such as shin splints or tendinitis. Functional orthotics are usually crafted of a semi-rigid material such as plastic or graphite. 
  • Accommodative Orthotics are softer and meat to provide additional cushioning and support. They can be used to treat diabetic foot ulcers, painful calluses on the bottom of the foot, and other uncomfortable conditions. 
Podiatrists use orthotics to treat foot problems such as plantar fasciitis, bursitis, tendinitis, diabetic foot ulcers and heel pain. Clinical research studies have shown that podiatrist-prescribed foot orthotics decrease foot pain and improve function. 

Orthotics typically cost more than shoe inserts purchased in a retail store, but the additional cost is usually well worth it. Unlike shoe inserts, orthotics are molded to fit each individual foot, so you can be sure that your orthotics fit and do what they're supposed to do. Prescription orthotics are also made of top-notch material and last many years when are for properly. Insurance often helps pay for prescription orthotics. For more information and resources visit the American Podiatric Medical Association

Custom Orthotics for Foot Pain
Three Easy Steps to Pain Free Feet
1. Order your custom orthotics today. Give us a call at (817) 900- 2250
2. We will send you an impression box with instructions.
3. You return the impression box to us, we make your custom insert and send them to you.
We make the ordering process as easy as possible.
Call (817) 900- 2250 to order and ask to speak to one of our orthotic specialists  to get a few more details. We will send you instructions, a prepaid return label and an impression box in the mail. Make an impression of both of your feet using the instructions or by watching this video. Return the impression box using the prepaid shipping label. In about two or three weeks we will send you your new custom made orthotics with instructions on how to break them.

Don't forget that there are as many different orthotics as there are shoes. Tell us if you are interested in ordering orthotics for your dress shoes, sneakers, sandals, golf shoes, running shoes, cycling shoes or a youth sports shoe.
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