Denver Orthotics

Foot Comfort, Foot Performance

Denver Orthotics

Foot Comfort, Foot Performance

Denver Orthotics

Foot Comfort, Foot Performance

Denver Orthotics

Foot Comfort, Foot Performance

Denver Orthotics

Foot Comfort, Foot Performance

Denver Orthotics

Foot Comfort, Foot Performance

Denver Orthotics analyzes feet, footwear and movement to improve your comfort, foot health, and sports performance. Even if you have current orthotics, your feet change from year to year enough to warrant3DOpad new orthotics every two years.

Our complete analysis includes foot measurements and dimensions, analysis of current footwear, fundamental and advanced foot pressure mapping, video and gait analysis. Get complete information on your feet, shoes and the type of orthotics you will find most beneficial. Call 303-596-6519 to learn more.

New shoes or orthotics, which comes first? Because an un-supported arch can lengthen substantially when you put your weight on that foot, you are likely to fit shoes to your un-supported foot and not the correct size. For most people, the wisest path is to get the right kind of orthotic, then place that orthotic in each shoe tried to as that will give a more precise means to determining shoe fit.

The science of orthotics has improved greatly over the last 15 years, and at Denver Orthotics you benefit from that increased knowledge and application. Rigid orthotics work well for standing and light activity, while athletic activitiOptoGait4_000es with lateral motion require a semi-rigid orthotic with a slight side rail to keep the foot in the power position in the shoe increasing athletic performance. And, the specific amount of rigidity versus shock reduction is based upon your foot structure, weight, age, and activity level. Denver Orthotics has insoles, footbeds and custom orthotics that are tailored to your individual foot needs.

Denver Orthotics recommends solutions based on your findings, as no two people need the same solution. Sometimes it is as simple as a change in shoes, sometimes a supportive insole, possibly some foot exercises and stretches, and in some cases, custom orthotics. It’s about what you need.  More information: 303-596-6519.

 

 

Foot comfort, foot performance