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Custom Made Orthotics

Innovation Podiatry  >  Custom Made Orthotics

Customised, functional foot orthoses are individually shaped to your specific foot contour and used in the management of a wide variety of conditions affecting the feet, ankles, legs and hips. They may be used by your podiatrist to change the positioning of bones and joints, along with the actions of various muscles to help manage your problem, or to affect the magnitude and direction of forces within the muscles, joints, tendons and bones.


Our podiatrists are highly experienced in creating your custom-made orthotics to help reduce pain and improve function and mobility. We use the latest technology to take a 3D image of your feet which is then immediately sent, along with an extensive biomechanical prescription to one of two orthotic laboratories to manufacture your devices.


The two external labs we use are;

Biolab WA – We have been using biolabs durable lightweight carbon fibre and polypropylene orthotics since we opened in 2007.

iorthotics QLD Р3D printed Enviropoly orthotics. The enviropoly orthotic reduces the environmental impact of plastic and rubber based materials that are used in today’s podiatry industry.


Your custom-made orthotics are designed to last many years, depending upon growth and the activities they are used for. Commonly adjustments are necessary to “fine-tune” your orthoses to treat your foot or leg problem. A cushioning top cover helps minimise irritation between your skin and the shell, which can be made from a variety of materials such as leather, neoprene, vinyl and other specific cushioning materials.

Sometimes your top cover will wear out before the rest of your orthotic, and if this is the case, bring it in to our podiatrists to recover and you can make your orthotics last a little bit longer.

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