Custom Orthotics

Custom Orthotics

Insoles can enhance the comfort of your footwear, but the ones you find at the store are not tailored to your needs. Custom orthotics, such as those offered here at LePoer Podiatry, are different. These orthotics are made specifically for your feet and can provide support even if you have a medical condition like plantar fasciitis or diabetes. Get in touch with our Providence office to learn more.


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What Are Custom Orthotics?

Custom orthotics are personalized insoles that cater to your specific foot care needs. These foot orthotics can be customized to lift an arch, ease heel pain, and help compensate for a foot deformity. These insoles are made for your needs, but your needs may still change over time. For that reason, it’s important to schedule regular follow-up appointments.

How Do They Work?

Each orthotic is unique because it’s custom-made for your foot and your specific needs. They can be made from any material ranging from pliable foam to rigid plastic. They can also range in size from very small to as large as your entire shoe. Orthotics for a neuroma, for example, may be quite small because they will typically be fitted for the balls of your feet. 

What Are Custom Orthotics Needed?

Orthotics can be helpful for anyone who spends a long time on their feet but may be particularly helpful for those with medical conditions. Common conditions that can be addressed using orthotics include:

Find Custom Orthotics in Providence, Rhode Island

Whether you have a medical condition or not, custom orthotics can be a lifesaver. With greater support, you can have an easier time going about your day comfortably. If you’re interested in orthotics, schedule your appointment by filling out and submitting the form below or by calling us at (401) 453-2000.

Request Appointment

Give your feet and legs the care they deserve here at LePoer Podiatry. We offer several surgical and non-surgical care options, including advanced laser treatments, to give you the best care in Providence. Schedule now by filling out the form below or giving us a call at (401) 453-2000.