How to find the best orthotic shop for You?

The Orthotic Shop has an advanced search engine to help you find what you need. Simply type in a search phrase at the top, for example, ‘women’s wide shoes’ or ‘men’s extra wide shoes’ and the system will give you relevant shoe styles to choose from.

What kind of orthotics do you wear on your feet?

Plantar Fasciitis Insoles. ¾ Length Slim Fit Shoe Inserts. Orthotic Foot Supports. Flat Feet. Arch Support . . .

Are there any custom made orthotics for children?

Custom-made orthotics for effective treatment for children with foot problems without stopping the fun. Back, knee, hip or foot pain? Let us help you… For over 50 years our qualified technicians have been producing custom orthotics including insoles, foot, arch, heel and metatarsal supports.

Where can I buy orthopedic shoes for women?

From stylish boots to casual clogs, Orthotic Shop makes it easy to find the women’s shoes for any occasion, outfit or event. Choose from a variety of colors, styles and hard-to-find sizes from our selection of women’s orthopedic shoes.

Who is the owner of the orthotic shop?

This Web site (” Site “) is owned and operated by the Orthotic Shop Inc (” OS”). Please feel free to browse this Site; however, your access to and use of this Site is subject to the following terms and conditions (” Terms and Conditions “) and all applicable laws.

What to do if your orthotics don’t fit?

The Orthotic Shop has been providing “custom made orthotics” backed by a fit-guarantee since 2005. If you order foot care products and they don’t fit the way you want it, simply return it and pick out another pair or get your money back.

Where can I buy an orthotic foot insert?

A foot pad or heel insert purchased at a pharmacy or sporting goods store is an orthotic device. So is a custom-molded, individually designed shoe insert or ankle brace. Orthotic devices like these are frequently used to treat various conditions of the foot and ankle. Orthotics – OrthoInfo – AAOS

What does it mean to have custom made orthotics?

A middle-aged woman arrived at my office last week complaining of heel pain and carrying a bag of custom-made foot orthotics (orthotics are custom made arch supports that are fabricated from a mold of the patient’s feet).

What kind of Doctor do you see for orthotics?

Most consumers assume a foot doctor is a good source of orthotics. Unfortunately, this is far from guaranteed. Many podiatrists are qualified for it, but probably most are not, as suggested by this rather chilling story from Dr. Michael “America’s Podiatrist” Nirenberg: