Podiatrist Approved Since 1932
Not Gel. Not Foam. Just Effective.™
Simply Dip in Hot Water & Fit in Seconds!
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Core Fit™ Custom Orthotics | Only $29.95 a pair
Dr. Michael O'Toole,
Many years of research by inventor and company founder J.D. Zinke have resulted in the development of a revolutionary, patented foot support device that affordably relieves both foot fatigue and discomfort. While many conventional custom orthotics can sell for more than $200 a pair, our patented device provides the same customizable foot comfort to foot pain sufferers for as low as $29.95 a pair. Our heat moldable orthotics can be personalized to fit any patient's foot in just seconds. Simply dip the device in hot water and fit to your patient's weight bearing foot. It's that simple. The rounded foot form walls of our custom insole molds to the foot in a normal position, preventing spreading. The foot is held in a natural position: cushioning heel, arch, instep and metatarsal joints. Our insole also prevents heel roll, and encourages better posture while providing improved weight distribution.
Our Core Fit Custom Moldable Insoles also have proven efficacy with most athletic applications.
Patient Foot Care Simplified:
|Immerse our insoles in boiling water for 15 seconds (Never place insoles inside a microwave)|
|Allow to cool until comfortable to the touch. (Approximately 30 seconds)|
|Place the device in position beneath the foot, then using your fingers and the heel of your hand, mold the insole to the contours of the patients' foot, paying particular attention to the longitudinal and metatarsal arch areas.|
|When the insole has cooled to room temperature, it is then ready to be placed in the patients shoe and worn.|
|If the device becomes uncomfortable, dip only the troublesome portion in boiling water and repeat manipulation by hand.|
|When reheated, your custom insole will return to its original shape and can be remolded.|
|Our insoles may also be used as a basic shell which can be altered, extended or imposed upon as needed. Leather, cork or foam rubber may be added by using barge cement.|