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Orthotics Shoes and Custom Foot  Milton, Canada

Alpha Physio is proud to offer affordable and stress-free options to you. Our relaxing environment in our clinics have proven to truly assist patients in need. We offer custom foot orthotics, orthotic shoes, foot orthotics and orthotics for all of our patients. Our goal is ensure the absolute comfort and support for your body.

Top Quality and Comfortable Orthotics in Milton, Canada

It is vital to take of your feet. We know that a small issue with your feet can have a direct impact on different parts of your body and it can throw things out of the proper alignment. It tends to affect your body mechanics and cause you great discomfort, back and hip pain, joint stress and many other uncomfortable problems. If you leave it untreated, a foot issue will lead to more severe and problematic issues.

Custom Foot Orthotics Can Help!

We have the largest selection of comfortable footwear located in our multiple clinics across Milton, Canada . We have health care professionals that are trusted, well known and experienced in providing the correct treatment for your feet and lower limb issues. Whether you require custom foot, orthotics, compression socks and shoe modifications, we are able to provide assistance you require.

What Is A Custom Orthotic?

Custom orthotics are developed and worn in your shoes to help correct how the foot moves and helps it work more effectively. Comparable to glasses for your eyes, orthotics work similarly for your feet. They will reduce the stress and strain on your joints and muscles. Custom orthotics will also reduce symptoms like foot pain, bunions, or hammer toes, arch or heel stress, leg or knee pain or hip and low back pain. Just like glasses, custom foot orthotics are typically prescribed to fix the cause of the pain. Your feet are unique and that is why we offer custom foot orthotics as they will be made just for you. They work for you while they are worn and help you achieve your activity and mobility goals.

Are there Different Types of Foot Orthotics ?

There are three types of orthotics: 
Rigid – Mostly used for walking or dress shoes; designed to control function.
Semi-Rigid – Mostly used for sport activities or walking; provide foot balance.
Soft Orthotics – Mostly used on deformed, arthritic, and diabetic feet; absorb shock.

How Often Should I Wear Orthotics?

When you are mobile you will be required to wear your orthotics; even if you are at home, or outside/playing around with your kids or when you’re at work. Just like glasses, orthotics work only when they are in use. The moment that you decide to remove the orthotics from your shoes or remove your shoes you will start to feel stress and pain, just like you were experiencing before wearing them.

What do I do if the Orthotics Hurt my Feet?

In the beginning, you’ll still experience some pain and aching in your legs or feet but this is normal. It is actually a sign that orthotics are working in realigning your body. Your body will become conditioned to accommodate your feet with them as opposed to the way it was conditioned without them. Your body will need time to adjust just like anything else. If your discomfort doesn’t go away after about 3 weeks, you should contact your health care professional right away as they might need minor adjusting.

Is There a Certain Shoe that I Must Wear with Orthotics?

Obviously the best way to wear the orthotics is with shoes that fit you well, in good condition and are well made to ensure the effectiveness of your orthotics. We recommend that you bring your shoes on your visit so you the healthcare professional can study them and develop the right orthotics for your feet and shoes. Sometimes, your healthcare provider will decide to prescribe two pairs of orthotics – sporty and dressy. We also recommend that when you go shoe shopping to take your orthotics with you to try them on with your  brand new purchase.

If you're in need of a Foot Orthotics, Custom Foot Orthotics, Orthotics Shoes, Orthotics. Contact Alpha Physio Orthotics Clinic in Milton today.