Foot pain, ankle pain and related issues can make it tough to get through the day, especially if you have a physical job or one that requires standing for long periods of time. What’s more, foot problems can also interfere with your favorite activities, whether that means gardening, golf, tennis or running.
If you’ve tried store-bought shoe inserts and haven’t been able to find the relief you’re looking for, there’s a good chance you’ve considered custom orthotics. Not only are custom inserts fitted to the exact contours and measurements of your feet, but they’re also generally made of more durable, higher-grade materials compared to many over-the-counter alternatives.
Traditional hurdles for custom orthotics
However, there are factors that cause some people to hesitate about purchasing custom orthotics. Chief among these concerns are the higher price point and the need for an in-office visit to be fitted. Depending on a person’s location, this fitting could require some degree of travel and the need to make an appointment with a podiatrist. What many people don’t know is that due to advances in technology, it is now possible to order high-quality custom orthotics from the comfort of your own home.
Advantages to buying custom orthotics online
Thanks to the continuing development of technologies like moldable foam, digital photography and 3-D modeling, it is now possible to collect the data needed to create a truly custom-made orthotic device without the need for an in-office visit. At Biocorrect Custom Foot Orthotics Lab, the full line of our inserts is backed by decades of experience and expertise in helping people address their foot and ankle pain.
To order our custom orthotics online, all it takes are these three easy steps:
- Purchase the product, size and quantity that is right for you.
- We will send you a moldable foam impression kit that also includes a health history form and detailed instructions for taking digital pictures.
- Send the kit back to us and we will use the information to create an accurate 3-D model of your feet that allows us to craft your custom orthotic inserts and ship them back to you.
To order your pair today, and learn more about our full line of products, visit our online store.