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Learn About Custom Orthotics in Edmonton, AB

Visit Pleasantview Physiotherapy for Custom Made Orthotics

At Pleasantview Physiotherapy, we are dedicated to providing high-quality custom-made foot orthotics for people in Edmonton, AB who experience pain in the lower extremities.  Custom orthotics relieve pain in the feet, ankles, knees, hips, or lower back. Wearing them supports the ligaments and can address lingering effects of previous injuries that cause strain on your feet. The much-needed support of custom orthotics alleviates or eliminates pressure and pain in these areas while offering added stability. Contact us today to learn if a custom fit orthotic solution to relieve pain and discomfort is right for you.

Custom Orthotics Therapy using Footmaxx® product in Edmonton, AB

Custom Orthotics in Edmonton, AB

How Custom Foot Orthotics Work

When feet are misaligned due to age, injury, or other health issues, standing and walking can cause pain in many areas between the feet and lower hips. Premium custom orthotics provide stability and support at the feet, helping alleviate pain or misalignment up through the legs and into the lower back. Our fully licensed physiotherapists use stationery and walking scans of your feet to see exactly where your feet aren’t providing the support that your body needs. From there, we can customize an orthotic that addresses the misalignments and weak spots of your feet.

Are Custom Molded Orthotics Right for Me?

To find out if custom shoe orthotics are right for you, our experienced team will perform a complete analysis of your feet and use details about your health to determine the cause of your pain and discomfort. There are three types of custom foot orthotics: therapeutic, functional, and accommodative. Your specific health situation will determine which type is best for you. Orthotics are used for individuals who suffer from:

  • Flat Feet
  • High Arches
  • Knee Pain
  • Diabetes
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Arthritis

  • Metatarsalgia
  • Heel Spurs
  • Back Pain
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Shin Splints
  • Frequent Ankle Sprains

Custom Orthotics Are Unnoticeable and Very Comfortable

When people think of orthotics, clunky, obvious, and unfashionable shoes often come to mind. Those are the shoes previously worn by individuals with foot pain problems. However, custom-made orthotics offered by Pleasantview Physiotherapy are very thin inserts that are hardly noticeable to anyone and feel comfortable on your feet. Shoes that fit custom orthotics are plenty, and you will find most men’s and women’s footwear is compatible with your new orthotics, including:

  • Dress Shoes
  • High Heels
  • Sneakers
  • Cleats

Custom Orthotics for Athletic Footwear

As mentioned, custom orthotics are compatible with the most common, everyday footwear. We also understand that active lifestyles are essential to many who suffer from chronic foot, ankle, and leg pain. We are happy to offer custom-made foot orthotics for your athletic footwear, including ski boots, ice skates, running shoes, and more!

Get Fitted for Orthotics at Pleasantview Physiotherapy

You don’t have to continue living your life in pain or buying over-the-counter orthotics so frequently. Pleasantview Physiotherapy in Edmonton, AB offers solutions for custom-made orthotics that will provide the support your feet and legs need to walk and stand with reduced pain or stress. The cost of your custom-made orthotics will depend on your needs and your insurance coverage. However, you can be sure that these are a worthwhile investment as they will last longer than store-bought products and are made just for you and your condition. Contact our office to schedule an appointment today.

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