CUSTOM FOOT ORTHOTICS NEAR SURREY
Made out of a range of accoutrements. At PODO we mix and match a range of thermo-mouldable accoutrements to suit your body type, type and position of conditioning, age, life and underpinning conditions.
As we preferred flexible accoutrements to hard plastic, you don't have to wear them on and off to get use to them. The orthotics snappily bed in, come indeed more comfortable and your sensation on them more natural after a week or two.
Both orthotics are different as both bases are moulded singly aiming to give your body with further harmony and lower unbalance.
For each bottom shape to shows on the orthotics and for further perfection in our treatment plan, we mould thin layers, one after the other, directly onto your bases, cement them all together and trim the orthotics in front of you.
MADE THE SAME DAY
At PODO, your orthotics are formed straightforwardly onto your feet (no foot cast) then, at that point, made before you, during your hour and a half arrangement.
You walk way with your orthotics into your point of view.
We offer TWO TYPES OF ORTHOTICS:
- Short orthotics (3/4 length) , leaving the toe region free. Ideal for Dressy or relaxed shoes with next to zero volume inside accessible.
Suggested at whatever point you CANNOT eliminate the first internal layer (clean sole) from the shoes. Additionally suggested for golf players and weightlifters.
- Long orthotics (full length) . Ideal for relaxed shoes and Sport coaches.
Suggested at whatever point you CAN eliminate the first internal layer (clean sole) from the shoes. The sprinters, cyclists and skiers' beloved set!
As our orthotics are made for your feet, not really for your shoes, one sets of orthotics sufficiently is on the off chance that you figure out how to wear them a greatest.
Orthotics being a moderate treatment, it expects you to wear them to feel their advantages.
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.