Your Feet are your Foundation

Custom Orthotics and Maintaining Healthy Feet

Foot Levelers Custom Orthotics
Custom orthotics are individually designed for your feet – helping achieve a balanced foundation and stabilized pelvis. Our custom orthotics are handmade for your unique feet based on 3D scans or casts, and your doctor’s exam.
Foot Levelers Custom Orthotics

Your feet will thank you!

New or old injuries, having one leg shorter than the other, weak muscles and pregnancy can cause fallen arches. Custom orthotics reduce this effect and keep you in your element.

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Step into comfort with custom orthotics


Complete arch support for better posture and alignment

Our custom orthotics are designed to support all 3 arches of your feet. By correcting your arches, you should experience better posture which leads to better alignment, balance, and less pain.


Decreased Joint and Low Back Pain

By improving the alignment of your feet, custom orthotics can help reduce the amount of stress and strain on your joints and lower back, which can help alleviate pain and discomfort. Additionally, custom orthotics can help improve your overall posture and balance, which can lead to a more comfortable and pain-free life.


Covered by many Insurance, FSA, and HSA Plans

If you're considering custom orthotics but are worried about the cost, you may be pleased to know that they are typically covered by many insurance policies. Custom orthotics are often considered a medical necessity for people with certain foot conditions or injuries. While coverage can vary depending on your plan, it's worth checking with your insurance provider to see if custom orthotics are covered for you.

Why you should get custom orthotics

When one or more of your arches weaken, your body weight won’t be evenly spread out in your feet. The other arches will have to work harder and can cause pain and other problems in your body.

Foot Scanner

Scanning your feet is simple and free

Foot Scanner

Your feet don’t have to hurt to be causing problems in other areas of your body. Sometimes foot issues can lead to conditions like:

  • Low back pain
  • Hip pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Heel spurs
  • Runners knee
  • Achilles tendonitis

If you suffer from any of the following, consider custom orthotics and chiropractic first! 

Scanning your feet, takes about 5 minutes and you will get a free report of findings with the results. 

All parts of your body are linked together

Illustration of the foot spine connection

Our feet are really important because they’re like the foundation of a building. Just like how a building needs a strong foundation to stand up straight, our bodies need strong and balanced feet to be healthy. If our feet become to imbalanced, this can cause problems for the rest of the body, like knee, hip, and back pain.

When we have pain, traditional doctors might give us medicine or recommend surgery, but that’s not the only way to treat pain. At Element Chiropractic, we look at your whole body, not just the part that hurts. We use functional movement screenings, special scans or x-rays to find the cause of the problem and then they try to fix it.

One way to help fix the problem is by using Custom Orthotics. Orthotics are special shoe inserts that help our feet stay balanced. When our feet are balanced, our whole body works better and we have less pain.

Orthotics are important because when our feet are off-balance, it can affect other parts of our body and make them hurt too. It’s like a chain reaction! But when we use orthotics to balance our feet, we can prevent pain and be healthier overall.

Illustration of the foot spine connection

Frequently Asked Questions

Here, you’ll find answers to common questions we are asked about chiropractic benefits, treatment techniques, insurance coverage, and more. If you don’t find the information you’re looking for, feel free to reach out to our friendly staff – we’re always here to help and guide you on your journey to better health.

Custom orthotics are special shoe inserts that are made to fit your feet perfectly. They can help support your feet and correct any problems you may have, such as flat feet, high arches, or other foot conditions.
Custom orthotics work by providing support to your feet and helping to improve their alignment. This can reduce the amount of stress and strain on your joints and muscles, which can alleviate pain and discomfort.
Anyone can benefit from custom orthotics, but they are especially helpful for people with foot problems or pain, as well as those with knee, hip, or back pain. Athletes and people who spend a lot of time on their feet may also benefit from using custom orthotics.

Custom orthotics are either made by taking a scan or a mold of your feet and creating a customized insert based on that mold or image. The insert is designed to fit your foot perfectly and provide the support and correction that your foot needs.

Custom orthotics should be comfortable to wear, but it may take some time to get used to them. They may feel a bit strange at first, but most people find that they are comfortable after a few days or weeks of wearing them.
Custom orthotics can be worn in most types of shoes, but they may not fit in very narrow or shallow shoes. It’s important to choose shoes that have enough room to accommodate the orthotics.
You typically need a prescription from a healthcare professional, you can schedule an appointment with Element Chiropractic to get custom orthotics.
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Clinic Location

Conveniently located on the corner of Rimrock Way and Highland/Hwy 126. Across the street from Redmond High School. Central access to all of Redmond and close proximity to Eagle Crest, Bend, Prineville, Sisters, Terrebonne, Powell Butte, and Crooked River Ranch, Culver, and Madras.

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