A healthy and pain free life begins with the foot. Almost every part of your body that experiences pain, such as your back, knees and hips, can have that pain traced back to issues with your feet. Because so much of your ergonomic health can be connected to your feet, many people have resorted to custom orthotics to correct their issues.
Custom orthotic shoe inserts by Corefit are crafted by hand and designed to be placed on top of the insoles of your shoes, providing stabilizing support to the problem areas on your foot. Most custom fit orthotics are made by a podiatrist to correct specific issues. These podiatrist-made insoles are expensive, time consuming and are rarely covered by insurance, leaving many searching for an alternative solution. Corefit Custom Orthotics offer consumers this affordable alternative.
Corefit custom orthotics provide the perfect middle ground between an off-the-shelf orthotic and those made by a podiatrist. We cut out the middleman by providing you custom fit insoles that you mold to your foot. This guarantees a snug fit that is sure to satisfy and relieve pain.
How Do Custom
When most people picture an orthotic insole, they picture the soft gel insoles that can be found at retail stores. In reality, true orthotics are firm pieces of material that are custom molded to your foot by a podiatrist. The soft gel and foam solutions may help to make walking and standing more comfortable, but fall flat when it comes to correcting issues or relieving pain in the long term.
Orthotic inserts provide firm support to areas where your natural foot shape does not. If you have high arches, orthotics work to provide arch support where your shoe is flat. If you have flat arches, they work to lift your arch to avoid overpronation, which can cause long term issues in your knees and back. Over time, custom orthotics can help correct posture issues and even eliminate pain in your feet, knees, hips and back.
Our Corefit custom orthotics are designed to correct these issues and more. Unlike standard arch supports, orthotics cover the entirety of the foot. This results in a more comprehensive support experience that can help correct issues with your heels, toes and arches.
While custom orthotics are a worthwhile investment that can improve your quality of life, they do have a shelf life of their own. How long custom orthotics last is dependent upon your weight and lifestyle, but typical models tend to last between one and five years.
How to Get
Corefit Custom Orthotics
Most custom orthotics are prescribed by a podiatrist when they decide that foot issues are severe enough to warrant their use. Getting a podiatrist to make you a custom insole is a lengthy and costly process. It involves visits to the doctor’s office to receive X-rays and tests that analyze your gait and foot structure. The process results in a fitted insert that corrects foot issues and is sure to help improve your foot health and quality of life.
If you are looking for a similar level of support, but don’t want the tedium and expense of getting inserts from a podiatrist, you’re in luck. Corefit Custom Orthotics are custom moldable, cost as little as $49, and are more affordable than similar quality orthotics. To purchase custom orthotics from Corefit, simply order them here.
Do Custom Orthotics
With so many options available, the cost and time involved in purchasing custom orthotics and off-the -shelf orthotics may seem daunting. However, the options you can find in a retail store don’t provide anywhere near the level of support that a podiatrist’s orthotic insole would. Off-the-shelf brands are usually soft or porous gels and foams that may temporarily relieve the comfort of walking but do not offer long term support or comfort to your arches and feet.
The difference between these two types of orthotics is night and day. Personalized orthotics are firm, providing the support you need in the problem areas of your foot. Additionally, the difference in cost between off-the-shelf insoles and custom fitted inserts is night and day. Drug store inserts can be found for as cheap as $14, while podiatrist fitted custom insoles can cost well into the hundreds of dollars.
Corefit orthotics bridge the gap between these two options by providing podiatrist-prescribed levels of support at affordable, near over-the-counter prices.
Our inserts are custom molded to your feet at home through a simple process. This mold at home process drastically reduces the price of our custom moldable orthotics which cost as low at just $59 – and provide the foot support you need.