Foot Orthotics in Red Bank & Edison, NJ

Many individuals that struggle with pain or function of their feet and ankles will begin seeking relief by trying an orthotic insert in their shoes. These inserts are designed to provide proper support that the foot needs in order to avoid pain and even potential deformities of the foot.

Orthotics are available at local pharmacies and various supply stores, though some individuals may require a custom-made mold for their foot and ankle depending on the particular problems they experience. These custom pieces are often of higher quality and generally more effective than store-bought orthotics as well.

Common Uses of Orthotic Inserts

Plenty of people experience foot pain from time to time whether it be caused by poor footwear choices or a chronic health issue. Foot orthotics are often used to help prevent, manage, or even correct a variety of foot conditions, including:

  • Corns
  • Calluses
  • Hammer toe
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Neuropathic ulceration
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Bunions or bunionettes
  • Flat feet
  • Morton neuroma
  • High arches (cavus foot)
  • Stiffness of the big toe
  • Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Foot deformities

How to Know Which Orthotic Is Right for You

The best way to find the proper orthotic insert is to consult with a specialist at Atlantic Pediatric Orthopedics. They will be able to accurately diagnose your discomfort and suggest an orthotic device that will be best suited to your unique needs.

Not everyone needs the same type of orthotic. Some individuals simply require a little bit of extra support for their heel, whereas others may need a fully customized insert that spans the entire length of the foot, or a brace that wraps all the way around their ankle.

Schedule a Consultation in Shrewsbury or Edison, NJ

If your child is experiencing foot pain, the pediatric orthopedists at Atlantic Pediatric Orthopedics may be able to help. New patients can call our office at either of our two locations in Shrewsbury and Edison at (732) 544-9000.