Sometimes, all it takes to make your knee, foot, or ankle pain go away is the simple addition of an orthotic device. At Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists, the team of board-certified podiatrists offers a full range of orthotic devices and shoes to relieve your foot pain and get your feet feeling good for life. If you live in or near Grapevine or Keller, Texas, contact the office to see if orthotics are the right option for you. Call today to schedule your appointment.
Orthotics are specialized custom devices for your shoes designed to reduce stress on a specific area or improve your gait (walking).
These assistive devices help reduce pain, improve function, and restore mobility to your foot and ankle. They’re made from molded rubber, leather, or plastic and placed into your shoe.
Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists also offer AetrexⓇ Lynco over-the-counter orthotics. These affordable inserts allow you to customize your orthotics to both your foot problem and the type of shoes you wear. This personalization gives you the best fit possible and can significantly lower your foot and ankle pain.
Some of the most common ailments that orthotics can improve are:
Inserts and orthotics can also help reduce pain caused by overuse and stress in people who stand for long periods of time.
By completing the Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists digital foot scan analysis, you learn what you need to reduce not only your foot and ankle pain, but your knee, hip, and even back pain as well.
At Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists, you can find the shoes that make you look good and improve your foot pain and function. With a variety of orthotic brands, as well as the practice’s brand, Heavenly Steps Comfort Footwear, you can find what you need.
Beyond Heavenly Steps, they also offer Vionic Aetrex Comfort Shoes. Both of these brands provide several styles with supportive technologies.
Heavenly Steps Comfort Footwear also offers popular brand name shoes, such as Brooks running shoes. Although these shoes aren’t specifically designed for people with foot and ankle pain, the podiatrists review each brand and model, and they only offer those that can improve your condition.
To learn more about orthotics and what they can do for you, contact the team of podiatrists with three decades of experience. Call the office to schedule your appointment.