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Custom Orthotics

Custom orthotics are specialized medical inserts designed for your shoes that improve the way you stand, walk, or run. Correct shoe support plays a critical role in maintaining foot health as continuous stress and strain can cause injury and strain to other parts of your body over time.


In addition to improving your posture and gait, custom orthotics are also beneficial for managing various foot conditions, such as plantar fascia, bunions, calluses, sore or tired feet, runners knee, shin splints, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, hip, Achilles, shin, heel, or foot arch pain, IT band syndrome, and more. By evenly dispersing the forces placed on your feet, custom orthotics or insoles can help alleviate pain and discomfort. During running, the pressure on your feet can be three to four times your body weight, while even walking can generate more pressure than your body weight. Custom orthotics can help manage these forces and reduce the risk of injury.


The GaitScan™ system featuring TOG Client Software is an innovative diagnostic tool and digital casting device that allows practitioners to analyze patient biomechanics and order custom orthotics. With 4096 sensors and a scan rate of 300Hz (frames per second), GaitScan™ is the industry leader in dynamic scanning capability

Custom Orthotics


Custom orthotics, also known as shoe inserts or arch supports, are designed to provide support to specific problematic areas in the feet. They have the ability to elevate an arch, alleviate heel pain, and/or address toe joint deformities.

Orthotics are effective in supporting the foot and reducing inflammation. People with very high arches may experience foot muscle strain leading to various conditions like shin splints, knee pain, and plantar fasciitis. Orthotics can prevent excessive inward or outward rolling of the feet that can contribute to these problems.


Remember, help is near to home. If you are concerned about your feet or considering custom orthotics or insoles. We look forward to evaluate your health and offer you the best treatment or alternatives. We are located in Streetsville and Port Credit in Mississauga.

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What do custom orthotics help with?

Orthotics are different. They are prescription medical devices that you wear inside your shoes to correct biomechanical foot issues such as problems with how you walk, stand, or run. They can also help with foot pain caused by medical conditions such as diabetes, plantar fasciitis, bursitis, and arthritis.

Should I wear orthotics go in both shoes?

Most people experience pain in only their left or right foot (or heel or knee), not in both. However, you will still need to wear the orthotics in BOTH shoes, because wearing the orthotic in only one shoe will raise one side slightly and may put your body out of balance, causing your hips to be out of aligment.

How long does Orthotics last for?

Typical custom orthotic might last around 2 years on average, not every case is a typical one. Some people need theirs replaced every year, while others can get 5 years or more (occasionally much more) of use out of theirs. In other words, it really is a case-by-case thing, but we do offer follow up biomechanical exams.

How long do I need Orthotics?

Orthotics are like eyeglasses and meant to be worn indefinitely. Eyeglasses change the shape of light to allow one to see better. Orthotics change the way ground reactive forces hit the feet, to allow one to walk better. They work to support certain muscles and ligaments, so that there is not excess strain on them.

Can custom orthotics be adjusted?

If your custom orthotics have stopped relieving your foot pain, it's a safe bet that an adjustment may be in order. Your orthotics should never cause new or different pain. If you are experiencing new pain since wearing your orthotics, see your Pedorthist for an adjustment.
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