Custom Orthotics

Custom foot orthotics, aka insoles, are designed to provide support, alignment, and comfort to the feet. These tailored orthotics address various foot conditions like plantar fasciitis, flat feet, or pronation issues.

Our process for custom orthotics

At Kinetic Konnection, our expert foot specialists conduct comprehensive gait assessments using cutting-edge 3D laser scanners. These scans are sent to LEOLab (Leading Edge Orthotics Laboratory) for custom orthotic production, utilizing advanced 3D printing technology. Our skilled technicians then add final touches before shipping the orthotics back to us for patient dispensing. With a turnaround time of just 2 weeks, we ensure prompt assistance for our valued customers.

Our Foot Specialists

Katelyn Laidlaw

Registered Chiropodist

Christelle Chow

Certified Pedorthist

Braveenan Nirmalan

Registered Chiropodist

Our custom foot orthotics are currently available at the following locations

Burlington

Call or text us at:

Call or text us at:

905-637-4335

Email:

oakburl@kinetickonnection.com

3350 Fairview Street,
Burlington, ON L7N 3L5

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Oakville

Call or text us at:

Call or text us at:

905-257-4335

Email:

oakburl@kinetickonnection.com

380 Dundas Street East,
Oakville, ON L6H 6Z9

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Vaughan

Call or text us at:

Call or text us at:

905-850-2030

Email:

leon@kinetickonnection.com

4585 Highway 7 #3a,
Woodbridge, ON L4L 9T8

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Frequently Asked Questions about Custom Foot Orthotics

What are custom orthotics?

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Custom orthotics are specially made shoe inserts designed to support and align the feet, ankles, and lower limbs. They are crafted to fit the unique shape and biomechanics of an individual's feet.

How do custom orthotics differ from over-the-counter inserts?

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Custom orthotics are personalized to address specific foot issues and biomechanical imbalances, whereas over-the-counter inserts are mass-produced and offer generic support. Custom orthotics provide tailored solutions for optimal comfort and function.

Who can benefit from custom orthotics?

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Custom orthotics are beneficial for individuals with various foot conditions, including plantar fasciitis, flat feet, high arches, bunions, and pronation or supination issues. They can also help athletes enhance performance and prevent injuries.

What is the process of getting custom orthotics?

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The process typically involves a consultation with a podiatrist or orthopedic specialist who will assess your foot structure, gait, and any existing conditions. Measurements, scans, or molds of your feet may be taken to create custom orthotics that suit your needs.

How long do custom orthotics last?

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The lifespan of custom orthotics depends on factors such as usage, foot mechanics, and materials used. On average, they may last anywhere from 1 to 5 years. Periodic evaluations by a healthcare professional can help determine if adjustments or replacements are needed.

Do custom orthotics require a break-in period?

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While some individuals may experience minor discomfort or adjustment during the initial period of wearing custom orthotics, they generally do not require an extensive break-in period. Gradually increasing wear time can help acclimate to the orthotics.

Can custom orthotics prevent future foot problems?

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Yes, custom orthotics can help prevent future foot problems by providing proper support, alignment, and cushioning to reduce strain and improve biomechanics. They can also help distribute pressure evenly and alleviate stress on vulnerable areas of the feet.

how much do custom orthotics cost?

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The cost of custom orthotics or insoles can vary depending on factors such as the materials used, the complexity of the design, and the healthcare provider's fees. While custom orthotics may involve a higher initial investment compared to over-the-counter inserts, they offer personalized solutions tailored to individual needs, potentially providing long-term benefits for foot health and function. Many health insurance plans may cover part or all of the cost of custom orthotics, especially if they are deemed medically necessary. It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or orthotics provider to discuss pricing options and insurance coverage.

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