Custom orthotic insoles

Melissa Rentfrow

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Whether you’re a nurse seeking a more comfortable shift, an athlete looking to train harder or someone dealing with chronic foot pain or related symptoms, orthotic insoles may be able to help. While many people use and benefit from  insoles that can be sold over-the-counter, others require a custom-made solution.

To help you determine which type of insole may be right for you, we’re providing this informative and easy-to-understand guide to help you make a more confident decision.

How to know if you need custom orthotic insoles

Custom orthotic devices traditionally use a plaster or foam casting of a person’s foot to create an insole that can provide better fit and support to the wearer. Advances in technology have allowed this casting to be scanned into a computer to create a functional 3-D model of the foot.

Custom orthotic insoles can be recommended for people with the following concerns:

  • Narrow or wide feet
  • Biomechanical irregularities such as over- or under-pronation
  • Structural issues like high arches, flat arches or collapsed arches
  • Injuries like plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis and stress fractures
  • Medical problems like diabetes, arthritis, scoliosis and multiple sclerosis

While custom orthotics have traditionally required in-person consultations and fittings, it is now possible to order them online with the development of custom fitting kits and scanning technology.

Biocorrect uses the latest technology to design custom insoles

At Biocorrect Orthotics Lab, our goal is to provide a solution for every age, gender and level of activity. Whether you’re a high-performance athlete or recovering from surgery — we can help. We’re proud to have a 90 percent success rate in helping our patients resolve their pain and get back to living life.

When you order our custom orthotic insoles, we’ll send you a moldable foam impression kit which helps our lab capture an accurate 3-D image of your foot. We will then create a fully customized pair of insoles that are designed to address any irregularities we’ve identified and provide additional support for your natural foot motion.

To learn more and order your durable and comfortable custom orthotics today, visit our online store.