How long do Orthotics last?

The Orthotics shell (the arch) should last approximately 3-5 years with normal wear & tear. The top covers can be upgraded at anytime. The forefoot post, which is a two polymer forefoot stabilizer, will last 18 months to two years. This is the most important part of the orthotic. Athletes or professions such as chefs, landscapers, postal employees or others who spend a majority of their day outdoors or on their feet should have their Orthotics evaluated yearly to ensure they are performing optimally. Children will outgrow their orthotics approximately every two shoe sizes.

Posted on: 18.06.2015
Posted in: Orthotics

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