Find Relief from Arch Pain with Orthotics

Dealing with arch pain can be challenging, but orthotics can provide a solution. Medical-grade orthotics for arch pain are designed to provide relief and support to the foot’s movements. They feature design elements such as a rearfoot wedge that resist overpronation and assist supination, which can help reduce strain on muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These designs are found in custom-made orthotics prescribed by Podiatrist’s and also the MODEL P PAIN Orthotic.

Model P

For Pain

Maximum Support
All shoe types

Model C

For Comfort

Cushioned Support
Roomy shoes and boots

Common Contributors to Arch Pain

Various factors can contribute to arch pain, including high-impact activities, over-exercise, aging, weight gain, plantar fasciitis, flat feet, and high arches. It is important to wear the most supportive footwear for a given activity. For example it would be unwise to wear a dress shoe cross country walking. By identifying the underlying cause of your arch pain, you can find the right orthotics to provide effective relief.

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Correct Pronation and Supination with Orthotics

Addressing your foot’s pronation and supination can be crucial in reducing arch pain. When these movements cause too much strain on your foot and leg tissues, injury and pain can result. Orthotics for arch pain can help support the foot, decrease the load during pronation, and stabilize the foot during supination, helping to alleviate discomfort and reduce the risk of injury. This is achieved by using orthotics that have specific design features built into them that resist pronation and assist supination like the MODEL P Orthotic.

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Maximum support

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Shock absorption

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Arch Pain FAQs

What is Arch Pain?
Arch pain is discomfort or inflammation felt in the arch of the foot, which results from overworked muscles, tendons, and ligaments. This pain can be felt across the ball of the foot due to repetitive impacts from each step, or as a result of an overworked plantar fascia.
How Do Orthotics Relieve Arch Pain?
Orthotics for arch pain help support the foot during activities, reducing strain on the muscles, tendons, and ligaments. They assist supination and resist pronation, providing effective relief from arch pain. To ensure comfort and support, quality materials and clinically designed arch profiles are utilized.
Why Do My Current Orthotics Hurt My Arch?
Orthotics made from materials that do not flex or compress can cause arch pain by interfering with the foot’s ability to absorb impacts. Orthotics for arch pain should have a smooth, contoured profile that does not put pressure on the arch and provide a proper fit to prevent pressure points and blisters. Quality materials and clinically designed arch profiles are essential to provide effective relief from arch pain.