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Why Orthotics?

Learn what Stride Soles Custom Orthotics can do for you

Learn what Stride Soles Custom Orthotics can do for you






Pain Relief

Alleviate Foot Pain: Orthotics provide cushioning and support diminish pain and discomfort associated with various foot conditions, like plantar fasciitis and flat feet

Reduce Joint Pain: Orthotics distribute forces evenly, correct walking mechanics, and align hips, all serving to reduce stress on your body's joints

Decrease Lower Back Pain: Orthotics correct foot mechanics, addressing imbalances that can lead to lower back pain and providing relief.

Mitigate Overpronation or Supination Discomfort: Orthotics help address excessive inward rolling (overpronation) or outward rolling (supination), reducing associated pain in the feet, ankles, and legs.

Athletic Performance

Enhanced biomechanics and improved balance: Orthotics optimize body alignment, promoting better stability during athletic activities. Our clinic regularly brings in professional athletes to analyze their movement. We translate our findings into proprietary orthotic designs.

Shock absorption: Orthotics absorb impact forces, reducing strain on joints and muscles, leading to less fatigue and improved endurance.

Improved propulsion and power generation: By correcting foot mechanics, orthotics enhance the efficiency of movement, allowing athletes to generate more power and propulsion during activities like running or jumping.

Enhanced foot control and agility: Orthotics provide stability and control, enabling athletes to maintain better control over their movements and improve agility.


Improve comfort: Orthotics enhance footbed cushioning, adapt to individual foot shapes, and ensure proper alignment, offering a more comfortable walking or standing experience.

Balance foot pressures: Orthotics evenly distribute weight across the foot, preventing pressure points and hotspot formation, thus enhancing comfort during prolonged activities.

Support arches: Orthotics specifically cater to various arch types – high, medium, or flat – providing tailored support and ensuring optimal foot posture, reducing fatigue and discomfort.

Tailor to footwear: Custom orthotics can be designed to fit various types of shoes, from athletic sneakers to formal footwear, ensuring a snug and comfortable fit irrespective of shoe choice.

Injury Prevention

Corrects foot alignment to prevent overuse injuries: Orthotics improve foot alignment, reducing the risk of overuse injuries caused by improper mechanics.

Enhances shock absorption, reducing stress on joints: The cushioning properties of orthotics absorb impact forces, minimizing stress on joints and decreasing the risk of stress fractures or shin splints.

Improves stability, reducing the risk of sprains or tears: Orthotics provide additional stability to the feet, preventing excessive rolling or twisting motions during physical activities, and lowering the risk of traumatic injuries.

Provides support for weak or injured areas: Orthotics can be customized to provide targeted support to specific areas, protecting vulnerable structures, promoting healing, and preventing further damage.

Posture Alignment

Corrects posture misalignment: Orthotics can help align the feet, which in turn promotes better overall posture alignment.

Supports proper spinal alignment: By improving foot mechanics and alignment, orthotics contribute to maintaining the natural curvature of the spine, reducing the risk of postural issues and related discomfort.

Reduces strain on the muscles and ligaments: Orthotics provide support to the feet, ankles, and lower limbs, relieving strain on the muscles and ligaments that support the spine and improving postural stability.

Alleviate back and neck pain: By promoting proper posture alignment, orthotics can help alleviate back and neck pain caused by poor posture habits or imbalances.

Enhance body balance and coordination: Correcting posture alignment with orthotics improves body balance, coordination, and overall movement efficiency, reducing the risk of falls or injuries.

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