Custom Orthotic Insoles
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Learn more about how this exciting treatment can improve your feet.
Custom Orthotic Insoles
Custom Orthotics are prescription-only, individually-crafted insoles ("arch supports") that are worn inside your shoes. Each orthotic is specifically designed to treat your foot and ankle conditions.
A person’s feet are unique to that individual – 26 bones, 33 joints, and over 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments – and some foot structures can lead to chronic pain and discomfort.
Understanding and addressing these issues can lead to long-lasting or even permanent relief without the need of surgery or medications.
Custom-Molded Casting Creates Better Orthotics
OURS - Custom Molded Casting
Benefits of Custom Orthotics
Clinically Proven to Provide Relief
Custom Molded to Your Feet
Perfectly Align Joints & Tendons
Avoid Surgery & Relieve Pain
Support all 3 Arches of the Feet
Durable and Long Lasting Relief
Crafted To Treat Your Feet
Crafted To Fit In Most Shoes
Our custom fabrication process can create insoles to fit in most any shoe.
Sneakers, heels, flats, boots, slip-ons, and many more types of shoes can fit custom insoles.
Let our team know the shoes and we can get the perfect fit.
Covered By Most Insurance Plans
Most private insurance carriers (BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, UHC, UMR, and most other plans) provide coverage for prescription custom molded orthotics.
Our expert insurance benefits department can review your specific coverage policies.
Individually Crafted Just For You
Avoid Surgery & Medical Side Effects
1,000's Of Satisfied Patients Without Pain
Dr. Peters Talks Custom Orthotics
Our board-certified foot specialist is specifically trained to create custom insoles that address your foot and ankle problems.
If you suffer from foot or ankle pain, we have a customized solution for you!
Custom Molding = Better Orthotics
Each orthotic includes a biomechanical exam, specialized weight-bearing x-rays, and an individual mold of your feet in a corrected position.
Other facilities may digitally scan or take impressions of in an uncorrected position, which can lead to inferior results or even injury.
Do You Have Foot Pain?
Our Specialist Can Help.
Don't let foot pain keep you from living your best life. Our team is ready to help.
If you experience any of these conditions, call 919-829-0076 to get the help you need.