Why shoes, orthotics and assessments should all be individualized

Foot pain? Back pain? Hip pain? Fixing the way your feet function can help alleviate some of these chronic issues. This is why your shoes, orthotics (if necessary) and your physical assessments should all be individualized. Although almost everyone can benefit from specific shoe recommendations, custom orthotics, and/or assessments.

 

It can be a hassle to find shoes that orthotics fit inside.
Do your shoes accommodate your orthotics?

I recommend finding a stable, well built, neutral shoe. I know that the type of shoes you wear daily can vary depending on your activities and career.

Just because you have orthotics doesn't mean your shoes have to be boring. Finding shoes to accommodate your orthotics can be tough. But have no fear, I’ll list some for you here!

 

Athletic shoes-
-Almost all Brooks running shoes are built to accommodate custom orthotics, with the “Dyad 8 and 9” coming highly recommended by wearers.
-New Balance 840 v3 Neutral Running Shoe
-Saucony Echelon 5
-New Balance 1080 V7 Neutral Running Shoes for Men and Women

 

Dress Shoes-
Men:
-Rockport Office Essentials Ellingwood
-Florsheim Cap Toe Oxford
-Drew Bexley
Women:
-Clarks Rosalyn Adele
-Aravon Portia Mary Jane Pumps
-Dansko OLIVE
Work Boots-
-Propet Ridge Walker
-Mt. Emey 9703-L

 

With all of the search engines available nowadays, finding orthotic friendly shoes should no longer be reason to put off getting the custom orthotics your feet deserve!



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