ORTHOTICS

Custom made prescription orthotics, bespoke to each patient.

At Faye Pattison Physiotherapy, we believe that the foundations for your alignment and movement lie within your feet. It’s quite simple: if we imagine a building with poor foundations or a car with poor wheel alignment, it’s like a body with poor biomechanics. Poor foundations lead to structural problems in the future, in the same way that poor biomechanics can lead to musculoskeletal problems within your body, which will become apparent through pain in your body. The good news is that this can be easily fixed with custom made orthotics in Essex, bespoke to your feet!

How Do Orthotics Work?

Our custom-made insoles and orthotics are specifically prescribed to your personal feet, height, weight and shoe size. They work by realigning the feet and ankles to restore foot function, distribute weight, alleviate pressure on ‘sore spots’, provide shock absorption, reduce pain and help prevent future problems and injuries.

To read more, visit our FAQ’s and Blog section

Faye Pattison Physiotherapy Ltd work with a specialist manufacturing company in the orthotics industry (Foothealth UK) who have over 30 years’ experience in the world of orthotics and are actively involved in the research and development of the industry in the UK, USA and Canada . Our biomechanical therapists have been trained directly by Foothealth’s medical director Kieran Carew who originally trained as a sports injury therapist and went on to study Podiatry. Kieran developed a keen interest in biomechanics during his career and now dedicates himself exclusively to foot biomechanics and orthotics.

While working together with Foothealth over the past years, we now have gone from bioform boxes to cast a foot to the most advance and up to date scanning technology available via Apple using an I-pad Scanner to allow the precision in our scans and manufacturing process for our patients to achieve the incredible success they deserve. With regular biomechanical days held by the lab, we ensure we are kept up to date with the latest research and developments within this very complex industry.

On your initial consultation you will meet with a highly trained biomechanical expert for a complete evaluation of your needs. The review includes a precise assessment of the biomechanics of your feet and checks for underlying structural problems. If required, your biomechanical foot specialist will make the required recommendations for orthotics (if required) and go through the different styles available to fit into the required shoes.

How Can Orthotics Help Me?

Orthotic insoles can help with the following:

  • Reduce or eliminate pain felt in your feet
  • Reduce or eliminate pain to the knee, hip, back and neck
  • Improvement in posture
  • Improvement in general mobility
  • Reduce feelings of fatigue or general lack of energy
  • Improvement in overall sport performance
  • Promotes better levels of wellbeing

Faye Pattison Physiotherapy Work with Leading Orthotic Specialists

Faye Pattison Physiotherapy Ltd work with a specialist manufacturing company in the orthotics industry, called Foothealth UK, who have over 30 years’ experience in the world of orthotics and are actively involved in the research and development of the industry in the UK, USA and Canada. Our biomechanical therapists have been trained directly by Foothealth’s medical director Kieran Carew, who originally trained as a sports injury therapist and went on to study Podiatry. Kieran developed a keen interest in biomechanics during his career and now dedicates himself exclusively to foot biomechanics and orthotics.

While working together with Foothealth over the past years, we have now gone from bioform boxes to cast a foot, to the most advance and up to date scanning technology available via Apple using an iPad Scanner to allow the precision in our scans and manufacturing process for our patients to achieve the incredible success they deserve. With regular biomechanical days held by the lab, we ensure we are kept up to date with the latest research and developments within this very complex industry.

Orthotics Chelmsford Specialists

On your initial consultation, you will meet with a highly trained biomechanical expert for a complete evaluation of your needs. The review includes a precise assessment of the biomechanics of your feet and checks for underlying structural problems. If required, your biomechanical foot specialist will make the required recommendations for orthotics and go through the different styles available to fit into the required shoes.

Insoles are now a common and vital component of both sports training and everyday life. Modern shoes aren’t designed with comfort and correct anatomical position in mind, which is why our custom made insoles in Essex are an important accessory if you suffer with aches and pains.

The correct-sized insoles will provide you with much needed pain relief for foot, ankle and leg injuries, and help to correctly align feet into a healthy position when you are standing, running and walking.

To find out more visit our Blog or FAQ sections or Book an Appointment.

An individual should consider a biomechanical assessment if suffering from the following:

  • Heal and arch pain
  • High arches
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain / patella femoral syndrome
  • Lower back problems
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Shin Splints or shin pain
  • Shoulder & neck problems
  • Abnormal wear on your shoes
  • Achilles pain
  • Achilles tendinitis
  • Ankle pain
  • Arthritis
  • Ball of the foot pain
  • Bunions
  • Flat Feet
  • General aches and pains playing sport

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