HOW TO COMFORTABLY ADJUST TO YOUR CUSTOM ORTHOTICS
We see many different kinds of over the counter insoles in our clinic in addition to our own custom foot orthotics fabricated in-house. Not all insoles and orthotics are created equally. When a custom foot orthotic is deemed necessary, it should be created with the highest efficacy possible. As such, we place great care in our non-weight bearing casting method for accurate fitting and effective alignment, as well as our finely tuned fabrication process. This ensures that we meet high standards for comfort, quality and excellent fit to footwear to compliment your activity of choice. We want to be sure that custom made is truly custom made. Whether a client is dispensed a custom foot orthotic for a short term treatment, or as continued therapy, we at SoleFit believe that this requires proper care and attention so that its delivery and implementation goes smoothly.
We want you to love your orthotics!
A large part of the success of custom foot orthotics is based on their comfortable integration to footwear along with any modifications that are necessary to make sure they work effectively. We want you to love your orthotics! To ensure the process of getting used to them goes smoothly, please find below our break-in recommendations and tips:
BREAK IN PROCEDURE
TROUBLESHOOTING Q AND As
We get a lot of questions about additional pairs of custom orthotics. Custom orthotics will often last many years as, even though your feet change, the bony neutral corrected foot structure generally stays the same. We often do second pairs of orthotics due to convenience or customising the orthotics to fit different types of footwear. We have over 10 different shell materials and more than 20 different top cover materials to choose from to ensure custom is truly custom!
We are here to help, so if you have any questions or concerns, call us for information, pricing, or to book an appointment.
FUTURE SERVICES MAY INCLUDE
- Orthotic recovers or refurbishments
- Additional pairs for cycling shoes or other specialty sports footwear, dress shoes, sandals, etc.
- Consult for new injuries