Do You Need Orthotic Shoes or Custom Orthotics?

This is a valid question that many people ask. How do I know if I need custom orthotics or orthotic shoes? Do you suffer from plantar fasciitis, arthritis, diabetes, or metatarsalgia? All of these conditions can be helped through the use of custom orthotics.

How can orthotic shoes solve plantar fasciitis and what is it? Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition that causes inflammation of the sole of the foot. Generally, it causes pain early in the morning. Custom orthotics can help your plantar fasciitis by relieving pressure on the feet.

Orthotic shoes can also help your arthritis. Commonly, arthritis affects joints. If you suffer from painful arthritis of the feet, orthotic shoes can ease the pressure placed on your feet by evenly distributing your weight. Don’t suffer from arthritis, invest in a pair of custom orthotics.

How do custom orthotics help with diabetes? Well, diabetes interferes with circulation of blood. If your feet are uneven due to pressure, orthotic shoes can help relieve pressure and ensure that the blood flows evenly within your feet. Orthotic shoes won’t cure diabetes, but they can help with blood circulation.

You are probably asking, what is metatarsalgia? It is a very painful disorder that affects the bones and joints found at the ball of the foot. As expected, custom orthotics can mitigate the pressure placed on the ball of the foot by evenly distributing your weight. This pain can be avoided if you invest in a pair of orthotics that are specifically designed for your feet.

The goal of orthotic shoes and custom orthotics is to restore proper posture and to improve long-term health. Orthotics are designed to restore your well-being. Tamir Kfir offers specialized orthotics that are crafted specifically for your needs. We provide our services to clients throughout Toronto, Ontario, and Canada.

 

 

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