Orthopedic insoles by size

Orthopedic insoles are removable structures acting on the plantar surface of the foot. Only tailor-made ones benefit from a flat-rate support from social organizations. There are different manufacturing techniques. Leathers and skins are being replaced more and more by thermoformable materials, molding the sole of the foot, with the addition of therapeutic reliefs. They are included in the list of reimbursable services and products for:

  • correcting defective foot statics or an anomaly in plantar relief;
  • compensate for foot abnormalities;
  • relieve and cushion painful plantar supports;
  • avoid any imbalance ...

A complete examination of the patient, not only of the foot but of the body as a whole, is carried out to obtain a global diagnosis. The majority of foot conditions are usually related to other joints which must be better controlled during treatment to obtain the best possible results.

Once the diagnosis is obtained, we make the molds of the feet. These molds are the basis for making the soles. The type of mold and the production technique depend on the pathology and the type of materials we will use to make them.

With the already dry mold we will get the model, and with it we will cut the necessary materials for our model.

Once the materials have been adapted to the mold, usually by applying heat, we begin the process of finishing the plantar supports (soles).

This process involves lining and polishing the soles.

This is when we adjust the soles to the foot and the shoe. Before testing them on the patient, the soles must be perfectly stable and have no irregularities that could injure the skin.