Does standing, walking, or even running sometimes hurt? Getting through the day with discomfort and pain is certainly not ideal. If you’re struggling with these symptoms, it may be an indication of biomechanical foot issues. Custom orthotics can help provide relief and support for these problematic conditions.
What Are Custom Orthotics?
Custom orthotics are custom-made prescription devices, designed to support your feet inside your shoes. They are tailored for you alone to aid in the alignment and function of your foot. At Yeargain Foot & Ankle, we use 3D scanning technology to create the best custom orthotics in Dallas. This technology measures your foot and allows us to adjust the arch height, add additional padding, add modifications, and more.
Accommodative and Functional Orthotics
Accommodative orthotics help to treat and alleviate the symptoms of any painful calluses, bony prominences, and even diabetic foot ulcers. These specially-designed orthotics ass additional support and cushioning inside your shoes.
Functional orthotics are crafted to control any irregular movement while standing, walking, or running. They also work for bunions, hammertoes, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, shin splints, flat feet, arthritis, and more.
At Yeargain Foot & Ankle we’ll start by conducting a comprehensive examination to help us understand what is causing your pain and how we can correct it. Our 3D technology allows us to accurately reduce pressure on specific sites on your foot. Then, we create your very own orthotic devices, customized to best treat your issue. Our experienced and professional team will walk you through your options, ensuring you get access to the best care and custom orthotics in Dallas.
What Conditions Can Custom Orthotics Help Treat?
We’ve mentioned that custom orthotics can help with the mechanics of how you stand, walk, or run, but they can also treat various foot and ankle ailments. Orthotics can be used to treat a wide array of issues including, flat foot deformities, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, bursitis, diabetic ulcers, and foot, ankle, and heel pain. In some instances, orthotics can also help you avoid surgery if you need to realign and correct any deformities and even help relieve lower back pain and knee or hip problems.
Custom orthotics realign your body from the ground up, giving you the support you need in weaker and maligned areas.