Orthotics are one of the most popular choices for alleviating foot pain, especially for individuals with flat foot or plantar fasciitis. Custom orthotics offer support and better positioning for the feet, preventing the development of foot deformity and reducing stress to the limbs.
Our Services Included all Types and Sizes
Custom Orthotics are covered by most Extended Health Benefits. Check your coverage and requirements and book you for consultation today. We take a team approach and will consult with your employer and case manager, if necessary. Throughout your treatment, we will work hard to help you return to all normal functional activities. When you are ready for discharge, you will receive a personalized home exercise-program to allow you to stay healthy.
Custom orthotics can be especially helpful in treating the following conditions:
- Arch Strain (Plantar Fasciitis)
- Knee Pain (Runners Knee, Chondromalacia
- Patella, Patella Femoral Syndrome)
- Ankle Pain (Achilles Tendonitis, Sprained Ankle
- Tibialis Dysfunction, Lateral Impingement Syndrome Forefoot Pain (Metatarsalgia)
- Heel Pain (Heel Spur)
- Chronic Low Back Pain
- Shin Pain (Compartmental Syndrome, Shin Splints)
- Hip Pain (Ilio-Tibial Band Syndrome)
- Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunctions
Atlas uses 100% volumetric casts and cast data captured from plaster casts, negative neutral foam impressions, STS slipper casts and the Accu-Pin Depression Casting Matrix as well as our 3D Laser Scanner.
All files are staged and stored as STL files, which are kept ongoing in our systems. Production of all custom foot orthotics is carried out using 3D casts to vacuum form raw materials to produce the prescribed shell.
10 STEP PROCESS
WHERE ALL ORDERS ARE SCANNED AND VISIBLE DURING PRODUCTION AND SHIPPING UPDATES ARE SENT WITH EVERY ORDER
INTERACTIVE RX FORM
Our prescription builder was designed to aid practitioners in assembling the right pieces for the desired treatment direction. Simply open up the builder and the step-by-step process will walk you through the construction of your patient’s new orthotics