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Made from a range of materials. At Podo, we mix and correspond to a range of thermo-moldable materials adapted to your type of body, type and level of activity, age, lifestyle and underlying conditions.

As we prefer flexible hard plastic materials, you do not have to wear it on and off to use them. Orthotics go down quickly, become even more comfortable and your feeling on them more natural after a week or two.

The two orthoses are different because both feet are molded independently to provide your body more symmetry and less imbalance.

For each form of foot to indicate on the orthotics and for more precision in our treatment plan, we drink thin layers, one after the other, directly on your feet, the glue all together and cut the orthoses in front of you.




At Podo, your orthotics are molded directly on your feet (no feet), then made in front of you, during your appointment of 90 minutes.
You walk with your orthosis in your shoes.

We propose two types of orthoses:

 - Short orthoses (3/4 length), leaving the area of ​​the free tip. Ideal for dressed or occasional shoes with little or no volume inside.

Recommended Whenever you can not remove the original inner layer (hygienic sole) shoes. Also recommended for golfers and weightlifters.

 - Long orthoses (maximum length). Ideal for casual shoes and sports coaches.

Recommended Whenever you can remove the original inner layer (hygienic sole) shoes. Runners, cyclists and skiers' preferred set!

As our orthoses are made for your feet, not for your shoes, a pair of orthotics is enough if you manage to wear them a maximum.

Since orthotics are a conservative treatment, it forces you to wear them to feel their benefits.


Go further with your orthotics

Orthotics are only one piece of the puzzle in helping your body work better.

Below you will find a wealth of information that has been helping patients around the world get the ‘big picture’.

The following resources (articles, videos and tutorials) do not just strive to give out the right advice, they also set the record straight on common misconceptions.
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