We are confident that our abilities and that of our talented staff make us stand out from our competition. We offer a wide variety of services tailored to your needs; we treat each customer with the utmost professionalism and respect. We take the time to listen to your needs and will advise you of the best possible options for your project and budget.

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If you suffer from any of the following conditions, orthotics may be right for you.

• Plantar Fasciitis

Pain in the heel and arch of the foot.
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Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition caused by overuse of the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a relatively inflexible, strong, fibrous band on the bottom of the foot that supports the arch of your foot.

Risk factors for plantar fasciitis include:

  • Foot arch problems (both flat feet and high arches)
  • Obesity or sudden weight gain
  • Long-distance running, especially running downhill or on uneven surfaces
  • Sudden weight gain
  • Tight Achilles tendon (the tendon connecting the calf muscles to the heel)
  • Shoes with poor arch support or soft soles
  • Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common orthopedic complaints relating to the foot.


The most common complaint is pain and stiffness in the bottom of the heel. The heel pain may be dull or sharp. The bottom of the foot may also ache or burn.

The pain is usually worse:

  • In the morning when you take your first steps
  • After standing or sitting for a while
  • When climbing stairs
  • After intense activity
  • The pain may develop slowly over time, or suddenly after intense activity.

The most common treatments for plantar fasciitis include:

  • icing the affected area
  • inserting custom-made orthotics into your shoes
  • massaging the plantar fascia
  • nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • strengthening the foot
  • wearing shoes with arch support
  • physical therapy
  • stretching the calf muscles

• Metatarsalgia

Pain in the forefront of the foot and toes.
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Metatarsalgia is a common overuse injury. It describes pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot. It is often thought of as a symptom of other conditions, and is common for athletes that participate in high intensity sports.

Risk factors for Metatarsalgia:

  • Foot arch problems (high arches)
  • Inflamatory condition such as Bursitis
  • Long-distance running, high impact sports; i.e. tennis, football, soccer etc.
  • Sudden weight gain
  • Shoes with poor arch support or soft soles


The primary symptom of metatarsalgia is pain at the end of one or more of the metatarsal bones. The pain is typically aggravated when walking or running. Some may experience toe numbness in addition to pain in the forefoot.

The pain is usually worse:

  • Aggravated when walking or running
  • When climbing stairs
  • After intense activity
  • The pain comes on over a period of several months, rather than suddenly.

The most common treatments for Metatarsalgia include:

  • icing the affected area
  • wearing a pressure bandage
  • nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • not putting weight on the foot for the first 24hrs
  • strengthening the foot slowly
  • inserting custom-made orthotics into your shoes
  • wearing shoes with arch support

• Arthritis

Joint pain caused from wear and overuse.
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Different forms of Arthritis exist that can affect parts of the feet causing pain. Arthritis can causes degeneration of the cartilage, can also cause inflammation at the ball of the foot.

Risk factors for arthritic pain:

  • Long-distance running,
  • Shoes with poor arch support or soft soles
  • Improper, tight fitting shoes


  • Tenderness or pain.
  • Reduced ability to move, walk, or bear weight.
  • Stiffness in the joint.
  • Swelling in the joint.

The most common treatments for arthritic foot pain include:

  • Anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce swelling in the joints
  • Pain relievers
  • Physical therapy
  • Pads or arch supports
  • Canes or braces to support the joints
  • Inserts that support the ankle and foot (orthotics)
  • Custom shoes

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