Orthotic insoles are a type of device designed to be placed in the bed of the shoes, delivering increased comfort, support and foot alignment to the wearer. They can be made of a number of different materials and have unique features based on their intended purpose.
People use orthotic insoles for a variety of reasons, from increased support for sports and exercise to relief of foot pain caused by an injury. Because of this, there is now an overwhelming array of insoles on the market today.
To help, here’s an easy-to-understand guide to the different types of orthotic insoles you may encounter and how they can help.
Orthotic insoles range from over-the-counter to fully customized
Types of orthotic insoles can include:
No matter what type of orthotic insole you choose, you should also make sure that they are made to a high-standard by experts with a background in biomechanics.
Biocorrect Custom Orthotics Lab has the right orthotic insole for you
At Biocorrect, our team spent years working to help resolve issues caused by foot and ankle misalignments and imbalances before we started manufacturing orthotic insoles. We design and create our products with one main goal — to help people enjoy the healthy and active lifestyle they deserve.
Whether you choose our over-the-counter or custom orthotics, know that they were created to the highest standards of quality with highly durable materials. Learn more about our full line of products by visiting our store today.