Foot & Ankle Surgery located in Fort Worth and Weatherford, TX

Custom Orthotics Specialists

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Custom Orthotics services offered in Aledo, Benbrook, Burleson, Crowley, Primrose, Weatherford, Willow Park, Fort Worth, TX; and surrounding areas

Custom orthotics reposition your feet to improve function and ease pain. The team at Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists in Fort Worth, Texas, has a 3D laser scanning tool for making the best custom orthotics. To find out more about custom orthotics at the podiatry practice, call the office or book an appointment online today.

Custom Orthotics Q & A

What are custom orthotics?

Custom orthotics are medical devices the team at Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists uses to treat foot problems. The practice has a 3D laser scanner so they can provide you with the right orthotic for your foot problem.

Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists provides functional and accommodative orthotics.

Functional orthotics

The team uses functional orthotics to correct abnormal foot mechanics. These types of orthotics are made from rigid material that supports the foot to improve its structure and function.

Accommodative orthotics

The team at Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists uses accommodative orthotics to cushion and support the foot. These types of orthotics are made from soft materials and may ease painful corns or stop the skin from rubbing against shoes and forming corns.

What conditions benefit from custom orthotics?

The skilled podiatrists use custom orthotics to conservatively treat mechanical foot problems. The team aims to use custom orthotics to place your foot into its neutral position. This is like prescription eyeglasses that give you 20/20 vision.


Some of the conditions that benefit from custom orthotics at Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists include:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Flat feet
  • Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction: Inflammation of the calf tendon 
  • Running and athletic injuries 
  • Shin splints
  • Biomechanical foot conditions: Fallen arches, overpronation
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Pediatric Sever's disease: Heel pain
  • Tendonitis
  • Ankle sprains
  • Diabetic foot ulcers

Many patients who get custom orthotics from Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists are surprised that the orthotics can control their foot problem without surgery. 

What happens during a custom orthotics evaluation?

The team at Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists provides a comprehensive exam when you come in for your custom orthotics evaluation. First, they ask about your foot or ankle concerns, the types of shoes you wear, and your usual activities.


They examine your feet and may take X-rays or CT scans to look for deformities or other foot problems. Once they understand your foot and ankle needs, the team uses 3D laser scanning to create a perfect digital image of your feet.


The digital scanner then uses this image to make your custom orthotic. Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists partners with Northwest Podiatric Laboratory (NWPL) for your custom orthotics so you get the thinnest, most durable, and comfortable orthotic possible.


All custom orthotics from Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists reposition your feet to their perfect position, allowing it to function normally again.


To schedule your custom orthotics evaluation, call Trinity Foot & Ankle Specialists, or schedule an appointment online today.

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