Custom orthotics are tailored to an individual’s needs. Custom orthotics fit each person’s foot structure, biomechanics, and condition.
A podiatrist or orthopedic expert typically evaluates patients for bespoke orthotics. The evaluation usually involves a medical history, symptoms, gait analysis, foot and lower limb examination, and imaging investigations.
After the evaluation, the doctor will prescribe bespoke orthotics. The orthotics manufacturer’s materials, design, and features are specified in this prescription.
Custom orthotics require exact foot measurements and impressions. These measurements and imprints generate a three-dimensional model or mold for the orthotic device. To support, align, cushion, or correct, orthotics are made utilizing specialized materials and methods.
Custom made orthotics are fitted to a person’s feet and may need revisions to guarantee a good fit and function. The healthcare practitioner will explain how to wear and maintain the orthotics and suggest complementary workouts and therapies.
Custom made orthotics fit and support the individual’s needs and condition. They offer better alleviation, biomechanical control, and comfort than generic orthotics.