Sole adaptations are an excellent way of adapting a current pair of shoes to make them perfect for your requirements. Sole adaptations can be used to increase stability, improve comfort, enable use of an orthotic device or to correct a leg length discrepancy. Sole adaptations can be done on commercial or specialised orthotic shoes.
What conditions are sole adaptations often used for?
Sole adaptations can be used for a variety of conditions including:
- Leg length discrepancies
- Cerebral palsy
- Limb malalignment
- Flat feet
- Over pronation/supination
- Ankle instability
- Forefoot pain
This list of conditions is not exhaustive. If you are unsure if you would be suitable for sole adaptations please contact us to discuss.
What are the benefits of sole adaptations?
There are many benefits that come from having sole adaptations added to your footwear. These include:
- Increased stability
- Increased mobility
- Reduced pain
- Increased balance
- Ability to wear a wide range of footwear
There are many benefits of having sole adaptations, to find out more please contact us to discuss.
What types of sole adaptations are available?
Sole adaptations are specific to your needs however they could include:
- Sole flares
- Wedge additions
- Calliper accommodation
- Height additions
- Rocker soles