After your podiatrist has completed a thorough exam of your legs and feet, taken the required measurements.
Prescription devices can run from $200 to $600. And insurance often doesn’t cover them. Find out why custom orthotics are so expensive and the cost is worth it to you.
There are two types of orthotics: over-the-counter and custom-made orthopedic insoles. What are the differences between the two?
This beginner's guide to shoe inserts will help you choose the best insole for your needs.
Heat-moldable insoles can be heated in your oven and molded to the contours of your foot. In theory this makes a lot of sense. An insole that perfectly matches your foot would seem to be the best way to get optimum support. Here's how they work.