Orthotics in Redmond, WA

Orthotics can help relieve pain and provide support to your feet, knees, legs, and lower back. Your feet act as shock absorbers for the rest of your body, and orthotics can work as shock absorbers for your feet. They can help with balance, gait issues, posture, foot pain, and other common foot, ankle, and toe issues.

Conditions Which Can Be Treated With Orthotics

Orthotics can help you get relief from a wide variety of issues, including;

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Heel pain
  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Fallen arches
  • Hammertoes
  • Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis

Lifestyle and Work Issues Which Can Be Helped With Orthotics

You can also benefit from orthotics if you:

  • Walk or stand on hard surfaces for long periods
  • Are carrying extra weight which puts a strain on your feet
  • Have gait issues, including overpronation or rolling your feet when you walk
  • Perform sports or activities which have high foot stress like running or jogging

Types of Orthotics

There are three main types of orthotics, designed for different foot issues, including:

Soft orthotics to cushion your feet, absorb the impact of walking or standing, and help with balance. They are made completely of soft materials and are a good choice for diabetic foot pain, arthritis, or structural abnormalities in your feet.

Semi-rigid orthotics to help with balance. They are made of both soft and hard materials and are a good choice for runners and active people, or children and adults with flat feet.

Rigid orthotics to limit joint motion, provide stability, and relieve tendon and ligament strain. They are made entirely of rigid materials and are a good choice to relieve pain in your back, thighs, lower leg muscles, and feet.

To discover more about types of orthotics and how they can help you, call Dr. Anthony Lo and Dr. Rodney Yen at Podiatry Associates Northwest. You can reach them in any of the offices in Bellevue, Issaquah, Redmond, or Seattle, WA, by calling (206) 420-3119, so call now.

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