Custom Made Orthotics

West Kelowna Orthotics

Custom orthotics are shoe inserts that are designed to fit the unique shape and structure of an individual's feet. They are created using a mold of your feet, which allows them to provide targeted support and cushioning where it's needed most. Custom orthotics can help to correct a wide range of foot and gait problems, including flat feet, high arches, plantar fasciitis, and heel spurs. They can also help to relieve pain and discomfort caused by conditions such as arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, and bunions. At our clinic, we offer custom orthotics as part of our comprehensive services, and our experienced team of chiropractors will work with you to design orthotics that are tailored to your individual needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will Insurance Cover My Orthotics?

Many insurance plans do cover orthotics. However, it is your responsibility to check with your insurance company prior to ordering orthotics as we cannot give you a predetermination from your insurance company. Many insurances require that you submit a Medical Doctor prescription with your orthotics for coverage. We recommend that you have a medical prescription prior to ordering orthotics if you plan to use insurance.

How Long Do Orthotics Take To Make?

Orthotics typically take about 2 weeks from the time that we make a foot mold and customize the orthotics. Once we have your orthotics in, we will give you a call to pick up your new orthotics at the clinic.

Who Can Benefit From Orthotics?

Custom orthotics can benefit anyone who experiences foot pain, discomfort, or alignment issues. They can also be helpful for individuals with chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, or plantar fasciitis. Our experienced chiropractors will evaluate your feet and determine if custom orthotics are right for you.

How Are Custom Orthotics Made?

Custom orthotics are made using a mold of your feet, which allows us to create inserts that are specifically tailored to your individual foot structure and needs. We'll work with you to design orthotics that fit comfortably in your shoes and provide the support and cushioning you need.