How Much Do Custom Orthotics Cost 

How Much Do Custom Orthotics Cost 

How Much Do Custom Orthotics Cost

Podiatrist recommending custom orthotic insoles and cost

What are custom orthotics?

Custom orthotics are shoe inserts prescribed by a healthcare professional, such as a podiatrist, to provide added support and cushioning to the feet. They are used to treat a variety of different food conditions and are custom-made to fit the unique shape of the wearer. Custom orthotics are made from a range of different materials and can be quite effective in addressing the needs of each patient.

How are custom orthotics made?

The need for a custom orthotic is first determined in an assessment of the patient’s feet and gait by a healthcare provider. From there, representations of the patient’s feet are generated, often in the form of mould that captures the feet’s shape and exact contours. These moulds serve as models used to design and build the custom orthotic. Once the inserts are engineered, they are sent back to the healthcare providers. They will then fit the orthotic to the patient and decide whether adjustments will be necessary.

How much do custom orthotics cost?

In general, the cost of custom orthotics can range from $400 to $800. The price will depend on the materials used to make them, where they are purchased, as well as the shaping used to generate the structure of the orthotic. Depending on the patient’s insurance plan, custom orthotics may be partially covered. While the cost of custom orthotics may seem high, they can be more effective than generic off-the-shelf orthotics and provide a significant amount of relief for those suffering from chronic pain.

Why should I choose custom orthotics over off-the-shelf orthotics?

Custom orthotics typically come more highly recommended by healthcare professionals because they are specifically designed to meet the wearer’s unique needs. A custom orthotic fits the patient’s foot perfectly and provides the optimal amount of support where it is needed most. Ultimately, they allow for a more individualized approach to treatment and often lead to better health outcomes overall.

I have some more questions, who should I reach out to?

If you have more questions about custom orthotics, please reach out to us at You can also comment below! Our team offers expert advice on the benefits of custom orthotics and whether they are right for you.

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