— CUSTOM ORTHOTICS

Getting You

the Right Fit

— CUSTOM ORTHOTICS

GETTING YOU
THE RIGHT FIT

Custom Orthotics

uniquely tailored to

your specific needs

At One Bracing we see patients of all ages with an assortment of injuries and diseases. We know that each person is unique and will require a specific orthotic device depending on their activities of daily living (ie. sports, hiking, walking etc.), disease (ie. diabetes), or biomechanical deficiencies. Our Canadian Certified Pedorthists employ a variety of casting techniques and technologies to make an accurate impression of a patient’s foot and develop perfect-fitting custom-made orthotics.

CUSTOM ORTHOTICS
UNIQUELY TAILORED TO
YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS

At One Bracing we see patients of all ages with an assortment of injuries and diseases. We know that each person is unique and will require a specific orthotic device depending on their activities of daily living (ie. sports, hiking, walking etc.), disease (ie. diabetes), or biomechanical deficiencies. Our Canadian Certified Pedorthists employ a variety of casting techniques and technologies to make an accurate impression of a patient’s foot and develop perfect-fitting custom-made orthotics.

Our Process

01.

Biomechanical Assessment

A Biomechanical Assessment is essential to get the best treatment, and a great way for us to review history, range of motion testing, and static and dynamic gait patterns to confirm diagnosis and give us the information we need to create your custom foot orthoses.

02.

Footwear Review

A foot orthotic is only as good as the shoe it goes into. If your footwear is not appropriate for orthotics or is simply not suitable for your foot type we can help. A Pedorthist is highly trained in footwear modification and fitting, and we will get you a personalized solution.

03.

Treatment Plan

We will help you develop a personalized multi-factorial plan to supplement the work the orthotics are doing. Physical therapy, stretching, strengthening, or referral to a specialist may help to speed healing time, better adapt to your orthotic, and reduce soreness.

OUR TECHNIQUES

Pedorthists employ various casting techniques in order to give the patient the best result possible. At One Bracing we use foam impression and plaster casting.

— METHOD 1

Foam Impression

With the patient sitting or standing, the Pedorthist gently places the patient’s foot on top of a foam box and instructs the patient to slowly apply some weight to the foot as it sinks into the foam to capture an accurate 3D impression of the foot. This 3D mold is then used to fabricate the orthotic.

— METHOD 1

Foam Impression

With the patient sitting or standing, the Pedorthist gently places the patient’s foot on top of a foam box and instructs the patient to slowly apply some weight to the foot as it sinks into the foam to capture an accurate 3D impression of the foot. This 3D mold is then used to fabricate the orthotic.

— METHOD 2

Plaster Slipper Casting

While sitting or laying down, plaster is applied to the bottom and sides of the foot. Once dried, the set plaster is gently pulled away to reveal an accurate 3D mold for the orthotic.

— METHOD 2

Plaster Slipper Casting

While sitting or laying down, plaster is applied to the bottom and sides of the foot. Once dried, the set plaster is gently pulled away to reveal an accurate 3D mold for the orthotic.

We Are Experts

In Orthotics

No two feet are alike, and every situation needs to be assessed based on body type and lifestyle. At One Bracing, you can be confident that our highly trained Canadian Certified Pedorthists will develop a personalized orthotic solution from your unique needs.

Your Lifestyle

Your lifestyle is important to us, and we strive to get you back on your feet doing what you love. This means creating an orthotic device that is comfortable, functional, and wearable. A Custom Foot orthoses should NEVER be uncomfortable.

Your Movement

We believe less is better, meaning we will begin with less support and build this up if necessary. We are not trying to simply correct improper alignment, we are looking to redistribute pressures and to not make you overly dependent on your foot orthoses.

Your Feet

You only get one pair — it’s vital to take care of them.  Feet are the foundation of the body making it important to design orthotics from the ground up using materials we have hand picked and tested rigorously over the past 10 years. 

Advanced

Materials

and Custom

Technology

We use Materials that are non-porous (closed cell), anti-bacterial, cushioned and heat moldable. All orthotics are heat molded directly to your 3D cast using multiple layers depending on your activity type. You can’t expect a foot orthoses designed for dress shoes to work the same in a soccer boot therefore, we carefully design each orthoses and its materials based on the footwear type you will be wearing it in.

Advanced

Materials

and Custom

Technology

We use Materials that are non-porous (closed cell), anti-bacterial, cushioned and heat moldable. All orthotics are heat molded directly to your 3D cast using multiple layers depending on your activity type. You can’t expect a foot orthoses designed for dress shoes to work the same in a soccer boot therefore, we carefully design each orthoses and its materials based on the footwear type you will be wearing it in.

Common Foot Conditions

We Can Help With

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Arthritis
  • Bunions
  • Diabetes
  • Shin Splints
  • Claw Toes / Hammer Toes
  • Limb Length Discrepancies
  • Metatarsalgia (forefoot pain)
  • Sports Injuries
  • Callousing / Corns
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Numbness in the feet
    and lower limbs
  • Pain in the feet and lower limbs
  • Excessive Pronation or Supination

Common Foot Conditions

We Can Help With

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Arthritis
  • Bunions
  • Diabetes
  • Shin Splints
  • Claw Toes / Hammer Toes
  • Limb Length Discrepancies
  • Metatarsalgia (forefoot pain)
  • Sports Injuries
  • Callousing / Corns
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Numbness in the feet and lower limbs
  • Pain in the feet and lower limbs
  • Excessive Pronation or Supination
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