Orthotics By Lexington Podiatry
Orthotics Can Restore Your Activity Level
Orthotics provide a simple non-surgical method of restoring the arch to its optimal shape, thus relieving the stress on the bones and joints, allowing the foot to gradually heal.
Frequently Asked Questions About Orthotics
Many foot ailments can benefit from orthotics.
They are an excellent conservative treatment for arch and heel pain that results from the flattening of the arch.
This strain slowly begins to tear the muscles, tendons and tissues in and below the arch, which act to support the arch and foot.
Over time, this results in instability, which in turn causes foot problems such as:
It's important for orthotic success that you follow the break-in period once you have your custom or semi-custom inserts in hand. Your success hinges on how well you follow the protocol and once the break-in period is over, the amount of time that you are actively wearing your orthotics in your shoes.
We know that it's impossible to always wear them, but we recommend that you wear them 80% of the time. Learn more about break-in tips and tricks in Orthotic 101!
If you are experiencing foot pain, call our office or make an online appointment
Accepted Insurance Providers
There may be providers, plans and coverage not included on this list. We will help you with navigating the options for coverage and costs. We also accept HSA, Flex accounts, Care Credit and prompt pay pricing for treatment at the clinic and surgical procedures. We do not accept Medicaid plans at this time. Visit our New Patient page for more details.
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