Orthotics in Surrey Delta, BC
Foot Orthotics are customized support systems designed and manufactured to fit your feet in order to balance the biomechanical insufficiencies of your feet and lower extremities. Orthotics are medical devices used to modify the functional and structural characteristics of the neuromusculoskeletal system of the lower body.
Specific to orthopedic injury and prevention, orthotics are commonly used as an adjunctive therapy to treat:
Foot pain – plantar fasciitis, bunions, arch pain, metatarsalgia, Morton’s neuroma, fractures, amputation, tendonitis, arthritis, and more.
Leg pain – Shin splints, Achilles’ tendonitis, tibial stress syndrome, peroneal tendonitis, muscle strains, and ligament sprains.
Knee pain – Patellofemoral pain syndrome, patellar tendinopathy, iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome, bursitis, ligament sprains, muscle strain, and arthritis.
Hip pain – Arthritis, ITB syndrome, bursitis, muscle strain, ligament sprain.
Lumbopelvic pain – back strain, degenerative disc disease, malalignment, leg length discrepancy.
At Therapex, our therapists will perform a bio-mechanical and gait analysis to determine your necessity for orthotics. We will take a 3D impression of your feet by casting it with plaster slipper casts or foam box casting.