Made for the feet, designed for the body.
Flexible custom orthotics are prescription shoe inserts. This means they are made just for your feet and will easily slide into your shoes and support the unique shape of your feet. In replacing the generic insoles it means balance will be brought to your feet, knees, hips, pelvis, low back, shoulders and neck.
Just as everyone has a unique fingerprint, everyone has a unique body structure and foot shape. The benefit of using flexible custom orthotics is that they are made and fitted specifically to you. Flexible custom orthotics support and balance the body from the ground up. There are 26 bones, 33 joints and over 100 muscles, ligaments and tendons in each foot, which all need to move normally through their range of movement.
Your feet are the foundation of your body, by balancing them means you are supporting your musculoskeletal system and overall health. Properly functioning feet also help protect your spine, joints, bones and soft tissue from stress as you move.
By balancing and supporting your feet, our custom orthotics:
Flexible custom orthotics go hand in hand with your chiropractic care helping you hold your adjustments for longer, allowing you to experience a longer effect.
There are actually 3 arches in each foot. All 3 are interconnected forming a flexible and dynamic tripod like structure. This allows the foot to function as it was designed to, whilst providing balance to the entire body with each step you take over different types of terrain.
It makes sense to wear orthotics that support all 3 arches and provides you complete support. Most orthotics only support 1 arch, commonly the medial arch. Flexible custom orthotics support all 3 arches in your foot: medial arch, lateral arch, anterior arch.
By correcting the imbalances in your feet which have developed over time, flexible custom orthotics brings balance to your body’s foundation, in addition to your knees, hips, pelvis, low back, shoulders and neck. They offer more than just short-term symptom relief, but to help to restore the structure and function of your body from the ground up, and thus contributing to greater musculoskeletal biomechanics, health and quality of life.