Uxbridge Chiropractic Orthotics


 Custom orthotics are biomechanical devices that are custom made to correct your specific foot imbalances.

Orthotics reduce stress and strain on your body by bringing your feet back into proper alignment. Custom orthotics fit comfortable into your shoes like insoles, with the advantage of being made from precise impressions of your feet.

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Custom Orthotics help your body restore a natural balance and normal movement patterns, thereby reducing pain and discomfort.

Types of custom foot orthotics

Sport Orthotic

  • RunFlex
  • SportFlex
  • EagleFlex
  • SkiFlex
  • SkateFlex
  • SoccerFlex
  • CourtFlex

Casual Orthotic

  • SuperFlex
  • CushionFlex
  • KidsFlex

Dress Orthotic

  • FashionFlex
  • DressFlex

Specialty Orthotic

  • DiabeticFlex
  • Gait Plates
  • UCBL
  • LeatherFlex
  • SafetyFlex

Some frequently asked questions about custom foot orthotics

How do they help?

Custom Orthotics help your body restore a natural balance and normal movement patterns, thereby reducing pain and discomfort. Nobody understands this better than The Orthotic Group (TOG), a true leader in this specialized field.

The Orthotic Group designs innovative and comfortable orthotics that a re a pleasure to wear. Our orthotics gently assist in reducing problems associated with pressure points, muscle strains and abnormal forces on the feet, ankles knees, hips and spine.

Over time, custom orthotics prescribed by your health care practitioner will bring you relief from fatigue and pain, allowing you to enjoy daily activities once again.

Dr.  Kinnersly has been using The Orthotics Group for more than 25 years. They are conveniently located in Markham and offer quick turnaround time and excellent customer service.

How do I know I have a problem?

The symptoms of poor foot biomechanics may include one or more of the following:

  1. Localized foot pain
  2. Bunions
  3. Hammer toes
  4. Arch pain
  5. Heel pain
  6. Knee pain
  7. Hip or low back pain
What should I do?

Talk with your health care pracitioner about symptoms you are experiencing. After an examination and gait analysis, your health care practitioner will discuss whether your feet are contributing to your problems. Asking if your feet could be part of the cause is a great first step.

What do my feet have to do with it?

Your feet have a direct impact on the rest of your body. Like the foundation of a house, your feet support the weight of everything above them. When a small problem develops in your feet, a subtle change in the way you walk will cause a chain reaction in your posture. These changes put stress on joints higher up in your body that may lead to secondary problems.

A custom orthotic from The Orthotic Group (TOG) will help reduce pain and discomfort by enhancing your body’s natural movements. In close partnership with your health care practitioner, TOG designs custom orthotics that are made for your unique needs and add to your general well-being.