How do we make your custom foot orthotics?
When you book an appointment with the Pedorthist he will provide a musculoskeletal assessment including a gait analysis and biomechanical exam. With Social Distancing precautions still in place, you may schedule a virtual exam to avoid coming into the clinic. In addition, he takes a 3D scan of your foot in both a weight bearing and non-weight bearing position! Both scans are used when designing your custom orthotic and comparing your natural arch shape to the transformation of your foot when all your body weight is on top of it.
New German Scanning Technology now allows the Pedorthist to scan the inside of all the different shoes you wear, to ensure a cross-compatible fit. A common issue with custom orthotics is they don't fit in the shoe properly, creating potential pain and discomfort. The 3D scans create an exact likeness of your foot in its corrected position. The scanner measures the 3D scan to an accuracy of 0.1 mm, currently the most accurate 3D Scanner on the market. If any software adjustments are necessary, such as adding a heel raise for a short leg, your certified pedorthist will build any accommodations into your custom insoles. The scans are then made in his orthotic laboratory here in Toronto, custom designed with 3D CAD software, CNC Milled and hand-grinded for the perfect fit.
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