Custom shoe inserts — what you should be looking for

Melissa Rentfrow

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From athletes suffering from foot pain to warehouse workers looking for a more comfortable shift to arthritis patients trying to accomplish basic tasks, custom shoe inserts can help a wide variety of people. Custom shoe inserts, or foot orthotics, are made with individualized information from your foot to deliver increased comfort and support where you need it the most.


While over-the-counter inserts are widely available and often effective, people turn to custom-made insoles in many cases because of foot irregularities, such as flat feet or thinner padding, and lower extremity imbalances associated with poor foot mechanics that need a specialized solution.


How custom shoe inserts are made


Technology exists today that allows for a person to create a foam mold of their foot at home and send it to experts who can use 3-D modeling to create a functional model.


Whether you see an expert in person or order a custom orthotic from the comfort of your home, here are some qualities to look for:


  • Made from durable materials for long-lasting comfort and use
  • Supported by health care professionals
  • Custom-designed to work with your natural foot mechanics, not against them

With highly effective and fully-custom orthotics, semi-custom orthotics and over-the-counter shoe inserts, Biocorrect Custom Foot Orthotics Lab has solutions for a wide range of foot care needs.


Biocorrect inserts are custom made for your biomechanics


Our handcrafted custom shoe inserts are designed for your unique needs no matter what they are. Whether you’re using our at-home foam impression kit or you make an appointment at our office, we have natural solutions to address your pain and the underlying causes. Biocorrect offers a fully customizable foot orthotic solution, specifically designed to relieve and treat biomechanical imbalances of the entire body.


Our products are backed by more than 25 years of experience from experts in treating musculoskeletal problems, particularly those affecting the feet. To learn more and find out how to order the custom shoe insert that best fits your needs, visit our online store today.