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Custom Orthotics

New Insoles
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What are Custom Orthotics?

Custom orthotics are medical devices that fit into existing shoes to align the foot and ankle into its most anatomically efficient position. These insoles are individually tailored to each person, using casts, impressions or scans to mould perfectly to your foot.

Custom orthotics yield many benefits, including but not limited to:

  • Reducing ankle or leg pain

  • Improving balance

  • Reducing lower back pain

  • Alleviating pain due to biomechanical misalignment

  • Eliminating calluses, corns and bunions

  • Restoring and maintaining spinal alignment 

  • Preventing or slowing the development of foot deformities 

  • Distributing pressure for better shock absorption

  • Improving posture

  • Protecting joints 

  • Enhancing athletic performance

  • Supporting problem spots in the feet

  • Lifting arches

  • Relieving heel pain

  • Compensating for toe joint deformities


How We Treat

A chiropractor can treat foot pain by performing adjustments to the bones in the foot and ankle to restore proper alignment and function. They may also use techniques such as massage, stretching, and exercises to help reduce pain and inflammation in the foot. Additionally, a chiropractor may recommend orthotics or other supportive devices to help alleviate pain and improve foot function.

Light/Infrared Light Therapy

Instrument Assisted Release

Soft Tissue Mobilization


What are Custom Orthotics Good for?

Orthotics may be an effective treatment for these diseases, symptoms or conditions:

  • Foot, arch or heel pain

  • Bunions

  • Hammer toes

  • Collapsed arches (flat feet)

  • High arches

  • Leg or knee pain

  • Hip or back pain

  • Diabetic feet

  • Feet arthritis

  • Heel spurs

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Leg length discrepancies


What to Expect During Your Visit

Custom foot orthotics are covered under many extended health benefit plans. However, each insurer has their own requirements for approving reimbursement. If you intend to make an insurance claim, please check whether you first require a medical prescription (usually from a physician). Also,  confirm that you can have your orthotics dispensed by a chiropractor. Note: we cannot do direct billing for orthotics.

Orthotics and Gait Assessment – Please bring along the pair of shoes you intend to have fitted for orthotics. Your chiropractor will perform an examination of your feet and conduct a gait and biomechanical assessment. A foam box mold of each foot will be taken. Payment for the orthotics must be made in full at the time of your appointment. Your orthotics will typically be ready in about two weeks, and you will be contacted for a short fitting.

The Custom Orthotic Team

Dr. Laleh Maroufi

Chiropractor, Registered Nutritionist & Yoga Teacher

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