Orthotics, Collingwood, ON

Orthotics can be helpful for a number of conditions.

There are three ways that you can go when you suspect that orthotics could help you with the pain you are experiencing. You can go with off-the-shelf orthotics, accommodative diabetic foot orthotics, or custom foot orthotics. If you would like to have a better understanding of what is the best solution for your ailment, you’ll find the resources you need here at York Foot Orthotics and Bracing.

Orthotics in Collingwood, Ontario

We take the time to assess your injury or ailment to determine if orthotics could ease your symptoms and then fit you with the perfect option to cushion, support, and stabilize. This is most often accomplished with custom foot orthotics combined with the right type of footwear. We can create the custom orthotics you need and advise you on proper footwear so you can comfortably walk around the Collingwood, Ontario area and take part in your daily activities again.

Orthotics can be helpful for a number of conditions, including weak ankles, plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, forefoot varus, Morton’s Syndrome, Hallux Valgus bunions, and other ailments that cause foot pain in the heal, arch, or toes. If you have tried off-the-shelf orthotics and experienced little to no relief, we recommend scheduling an appointment with us.

If you are experiencing foot pain, ankle pain, muscle fatigue, inflammation, morning stiffness, continual pain that worsens throughout the day, numbness, edema, shooting pain, tenderness, burning, ulcers on your feet, swelling, or any other pain or discomfort, call us today for treatment options, including orthotics, that can have a huge impact on your quality of life.

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FAQs About Orthotics

At York Foot Orthotics and Bracing, we understand just how difficult living with foot or lower extremity pain is, and our team is here to help. Orthotics are a popular treatment option that can help address all kinds of foot discomfort and pain, and we can fit you with styles that will have your feet feeling better in no time. Over the years, we’ve heard a few questions about orthotics over and over from our patients, which is why we wanted to take the time to provide the answers to those frequent questions here. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, remember that you can always contact us directly with questions or concerns!

Are orthotics the same as shoe inserts or insoles?

These terms are often used interchangeably, but there is a significant difference between the orthotics we offer and over-the-counter inserts. We offer custom-made orthotics that are specifically designed to address your foot and the unique symptoms you are experiencing. Most shoe inserts are generic and may offer some support and relief, but not nearly at the level that the orthotics we provide will.

How do I know if I need orthotics?

If you experience persistent foot pain or discomfort or have physical limitations due to underlying foot conditions, orthotics may be able to help. Common conditions that orthotics can help with include bunions, arch pain, heel pain, arthritis, diabetic foot complications, and sports injuries.

Do orthotics work for all foot conditions?

Orthotics can be beneficial for a number of conditions, but they may not be suitable or effective for everyone. We perform a thorough consultation with our patients to determine what methods would work best for each individual.

Can I use my orthotics during sports or other physical activity?

Yes! Orthotics are designed for functional use, so you can go about your day as usual while you are wearing them. Properly fitted orthotics can even help improve foot mechanics, reduce fatigue, enhance comfort, and minimize the risk of injury during physical activity.

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At York Foot Orthotics and Bracing, we offer orthotics for patients from Collingwood, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, King City, Wasaga Beach, Thornbury, Stayner, and Barrie, Ontario.


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