An orthotic is a specially made medical device that is uniquely contoured to a specific person’s foot. This device is thin enough to fit into a variety of different types of shoes. An orthotic is typically made from polypropylene or graphite which gives the orthotics its unique ability to be flexible and strong. An orthotic is designed to treat many different biomechanical dysfunctions. This may include: Flatfeet, heel pain, heel spurs, neuromas, tendinitis, bursitis etc. The first step in making an orthotic is to make a plaster cast of the patient’s foot. The casts are then sent to our laboratory, which uses state-of-the-art milling machines to precisely grind out your orthotics to the correct specifications. It typically requires two weeks to receive your new orthotics. For more information about how your orthotics are manufactured please visit the website at: http://parispedorthic.com/WhatWeDo.aspx


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