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Custom Orthotics and Insoles
Well made Custom Insoles Improve Performance, Increase Comfort and Reduce Injury
Dr. Matt Ahmadi pioneered the use of 100% custom composite insoles for sports in Orange County California. Our custom insoles have helped hundreds of individuals from athletes to recreational sportsmen and sportswomen.
Custom insoles and orthotics have been widely used to treat foot, ankle and lower leg problems and injuries for years.
Increasingly, custom insoles and orthotics have become standard equipment for elite athletes in many sports including running, triathlon, skiing, football, rugby, tennis, squash, hockey, lacrosse, cycling as well as for everyday and work use.
If you are injured or recovering from an injury Dr. Ahmadi’s Custom Insoles can help with: plantar fasciitis, achilles-tendon pain, knee pain and runners knee, hip and lower back pain, iliotibial band ITB pain, shin splints, bunions, numb toes and neuromas as well as many more foot and body alignment issues.
Custom Insoles Improve Performance, Increase Comfort and Reduce Injury
Specialist in custom made insoles based in Mission Viejo
Dr. Matt Ahmadi creates custom molded orthotic insoles that will be perfectly suited to you. Whether you need arch supports for flat feet or just a pair of comfortable insoles to get you through your walking day, Dr. Ahmadi will be able to help you. With many years of experience as one of the leading podiatrists in Orange County, and the combination of our material choices and crafting techniques will produce orthotic insoles that cannot be matched for comfort and price. We do not outsource any of our work and you will receive your insoles within two weeks of your consultation meaning they will be produced with a truly personal touch.
Many aches and pains can be associated with misaligned feet. Ankle pain, heel pain, lower back pain, knee pain and even neck pain can be a result of your body compensating for a poor walking gait. By booking an appointment with Dr. Ahmadi, you will get an analysis of your walking pattern to see if the pain or discomfort that you are feeling is associated with a poor walking gait and to therefore see if our custom-made insoles will benefit you.
Do I need Orthotics?
Not too many of us have perfect feet, so chances are neither do you! But not having a perfect foot does not necessarily mean that your feet will require attention. Let’s start by figuring out what kind of foot you have, and then we will see what kind of attention it needs, if any.
Pronated Feet: When standing, pronation occurs as the foot rolls inwards and the arch of the foot flattens, hense the term often used to describe someone who over pronates as having ‘flat feet’. Pronation is a normal part of the gait cycle which helps to provide shock absorption at the foot.
Flat Feet: if you thought you had pronated feet but realized when you lifted up your foot that you did not even have an arch, then you have flat feet, and real ones!
Supinated Feet: Supination is roughly the opposite of pronation. Supination involves a lifting of the arch and a tilting to the outside. Supinated feet are often referred to as cavus (high arched) feet. This is not a common foot type. People who wear out the outside of their heels are not necessarily supinators. Supinators often sprain their ankles and are generally unstable while walking.
High Arch: High arches can lead to foot problems. When describing foot structure or type, the opposite extreme from a flat foot is the high-arched foot. A high-arched foot lacks the needed flexibility for absorbing shock and tends to roll outward or supinate, which can increase the risk of ankle sprains. Also known as a pes cavus deformity or a cavus foot type
Neutral or Normal Foot: your foot looks exactly the same whether it is up in the air or down on the ground. The wearing pattern on your sole probably starts from the middle or the outside of the heel and slowly moves to the middle of the foot, or slightly to the inside.