Custom Orthotics

When lower leg and foot pain becomes a problem, patients look to custom orthotics for treatment. Because causes and types of pain can vary, there are many different forms of orthotics, each with a unique function.

How can Custom Orthotics help foot pain?

When the natural balance of the lower body becomes altered by over-pronation (inward rolling-motion of the foot during walking or running), problems such as heel, lower-back or knee pain can occur. Estimates suggest as many as 70% of Americans suffer from this condition. Custom orthotics (also known as shoe inserts, orthotic insoles or orthoses) are placed within the shoe to correct complications of over-pronation and restore the foot’s natural function.

What conditions can Custom Orthotics treat?

PTS has therapists trained to fit and fabricate custom foot orthotics for various foot and ankle conditions including:

  • Pronation
  • Flat feet
  • High arches
  • Supination
  • Hammer toes
  • Bunions
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Heel pain
  • Foot pain
  • Metatarsalgia

These orthotics are created using different materials and are often available the same day.

Can all locations provide this treatment?

No. Only the Washington and Peoria PTS clinics.

Can I make an appointment myself?

Yes – please call to make an appointment. 

Does insurance typically cover this?

Yes and no. PTS will call your insurance to get the answer for you. 

Contact us to see how we can help you today! Although no physician referral is needed to see a physical therapist, some insurance companies may require a referral for coverage.

Is lower leg and/or foot pain keeping you from doing what you enjoy? Our therapists can help by fabricating a custom foot orthotic tailored to address your specific type of pain.  

Estimates suggest as many as 70% of Americans suffer from issues with over-pronation, which occurs when the natural balance of the lower body becomes altered by over-pronation (inward rolling-motion of the foot during walking or running), problems such as heel, lower-back or knee pain can occur. Custom orthotics (also known as shoe inserts, orthotic insoles or orthoses) are placed within the shoe to correct complications of over-pronation and restore the foot’s natural function.

Contact us to see how we can help you today! Although no physician referral is needed to see a physical therapist, some insurance companies may require a referral for coverage.

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