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The main orthotics of the foot

Welcome to our guide on major foot orthotics.

In the next few sections, we will explore a wide range of orthotics designed to address a variety of podiatric issues. From correcting foot alignment to reducing pressure on specific areas.

These are the main options available to meet the most common needs however, we can create any type of custom orthotic customized down to the smallest detail.

Get ready for an informative journey into the world of foot orthotics, where you will discover how to improve your health and comfort.


Foot Orthotics

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➑️TOE CORRECTION ORTHOTICSπŸ‘†πŸΌ

The custom-made positioning orthosis for toe correction (digitus superductus). Constructed of thermoplastic material and soft padding.

➑️FLAT-FOOT πŸ‘†πŸΌ

This orthosis, manufactured from rigid or semi-rigid material, is applied in cases of medium-grade infantile valgus foot.
It raises the hindfoot toward the middle part of the foot and lifts its longitudinal vault.

➑️FOOT CABLE πŸ‘†πŸΌ

This orthosis is applied in cases of juvenile hollow foot.

A bar support behind the area of the metatarsal capitals and a support at the calcaneus ensure that, under load, the foot is extended and the forefoot unloaded.

➑️VALVED FOOT πŸ‘†πŸΌ

This orthosis, manufactured from rigid or semi-rigid material, is applied in cases of severe infantile valgus foot.
It raises the hindfoot toward the middle part of the foot and supports its longitudinal vault.

➑️EQUINUS FOOT AND ADDUCTED FOOT πŸ‘†πŸΌ

This orthosis is applied in cases of clubfoot and adducted foot. In both conditions, this orthosis corrects the position of the foot through three precise support points (3-point principle).

➑️CALCANEAL SPUR πŸ‘†πŸΌ

Made of soft and/or semi-rigid material, it is applied in cases of calcaneal spur (techn. apophysitis), a painful bony protrusion at the calcaneus.

The painful spot is discharged locally by the orthopedic support, thanks to the cavity created by the orthosis.

➑️OSSA (Support Orthosis Under Astragalic)πŸ‘†πŸΌ

Orthosis applied to correct dysfunction of the posterior tibialis muscle, which pushes the hindfoot inward (technical valgus), moves the midfoot outward, and flattens the foot. Stability of the hindfoot is provided by the firm grip of the calcaneus.

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