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3D Custom Molded Devices
3D Custom Molded Devices can be a part of your treatment plan to address various symptoms. These devices can treat symptoms in the foot and ankle such as pain, instability, and more.
What Do Custom Devices Treat?
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- Arthritis: Rheumatoid Arthritis and osteoarthritis can cause discomfort in the feet and poor positioning that orthotics may help to correct.
- Back pain: Sometimes poor positioning of the feet, such as arches that roll inward, or lack of cushioning can cause pain that orthotics can lessen.
- Bunions: painful bumps that can develop at the base of the big toe and cause foot deformities. Orthotics with a wide toe box can help to reduce pressure on the big toe.
- Bursitis: Inflammation of fluid-filled sacs in the heels and toes can cause pain and discomfort. Orthotics with heel and arch support can help to reduce bursitis discomfort.
- Diabetes: Sometimes, a person with diabetes can lose sensation in their feet, a condition known as diabetic neuropathy. When this occurs, orthotics can help to reduce excess stress and pressure that can lead to foot ulcers.
- Flat feet: Flat feet can cause foot, ankle, and back pain. Orthotics can help to support the feet and promote proper foot positioning.
- Heel spurs: are conditions where excess bone grows on the back or bottom of the heel. Orthotics can support the foot and reduce inflammation.
- High arches: Very high arches can stress muscles in the feet and lead to a number of conditions, such as shin splints, knee pain, and plantar fasciitis. Orthotics can help prevent a person’s feet from rolling excessively inward or outward.
- Plantar fasciitis: Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain. Doctors may sometimes recommend orthotics to support the heel and foot.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid cover my custom device?
Every insurance company and/or plan has different policies when it comes to covering custom devices. Our office does offer payment plans for any potion that insurance may not cover. Many consider a custom device as an investment in their health and lifestyle.
How are orthotics made?
When you come in for an appointment with Dr. Sadoughi, he will evaluate and discuss your foot and ankle concerns to ensure your custom orthotics are going to give you the support you need. You may even have an X-Ray performed so that he can assess the biomechanics of your feet. He uses an innovative computer system to digitally scan your feet and take accurate measurements.
A laboratory designs your orthotics using strong, rigid materials, such as molded polypropylene. They make sure to include add-ons that Dr. Sadoughi may add on for your benefit. Once your orthotics are made, you can easily slip them into the shoes you wear on a daily basis and swap them into different pairs of shoes as you see fit.
How do I care for my custom device?
Custom devices are an investment intended to last many years. With the right care, you will have your orthotics for many years.
How long does it take to get custom orthotics?
Since Dr. Sadoughi uses the latest technology in the office, your custom device will be ready in 2-3 weeks. Our office gives you a call for you to come to pick them up and Dr. Sadoughi evaluates you to ensure they fit you perfectly and makes any essential adjustments you may need.
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