Childrens Podiatry | What Are Orthotics and Do You Need Them?
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What Are Orthotics and Do You Need Them?

12 May 2017 What Are Orthotics and Do You Need Them?

Orthotics, also known as arch supports, are custom supports to put into your footwear to help any biomechanical issues to correct foot, ankle, knee and other problems without surgery.  

Orthotics are used to treat a variety of issues including:

  •         Flat feet
  •         Foot pronation
  •         Plantar fasciitis
  •         Knock knees
  •         Knee pain
  •         Leg length discrepancy
  •         Intoeing
  •         Toe walking
  •         Neuroma
  •         Plus, much more…


Orthotics help realign the foot, redistribute pressure, reduce and alleviate pain, support areas of the foot and prevent certain abnormalities and deformities.

If you are wishing to get some advice on orthotics or  any foot related issues, don’t hesitate to visit us at Children’s Podiatry. Our friendly staff are waiting to take your call on 8645 9845.

If you want to find out more about the benefits of orthotics,