State Of The Art Custom Foot Orthotics In Pittsburgh

Customized state of the art orthotic insoles that can help your foot pain and get you back to your favorite activities!

Cryos Custom Orthotics Insoles

Our Cryos customized orthotic system can help to optimize your movement and reduce your pain. Cryos orthotics are uniquely designed to help guide the foot through its natural motion. While traditional orthotics immobilize the foot the goal with these orthotics is to instead help to optimize the movement of the foot. In general traditional orthotics either attempt to stop the foot from going into certain positions or to keep the foot in a certain position. Cryos orthotics help the foot control the movements that it goes through instead of eliminating movements. We are the only provider in Pittsburgh to offer this customized orthotic insole solution! If you’re in Pittsburgh and you’ve been googling for “custom orthotics near me” then you have found the right place.

The Cryos customized orthotic system uses a 2D and 3D scanner to take multidimensional pictures of your foot. From these pictures the system is able to make an orthotic that is customized specifically to your foot. The scans are accurate, quick and easy to do. The scans are sent to a lab in Canada which then uses a 3D printer to make your custom insole.

What sets Cryos Orthotics apart from other insoles

  • Helps You Move – Cryos’s goal is to help with proper movement without immobilizing the foot.

  • Truly Custom Orthotics – A 3d scan of your foot is made using a state of the art system. This scan is then used to 3d print your orthotics.

  • Durable – Some traditional orthotics have a short lifespan. Cryos orthotics are made to last for 4-5 years!

  • Small – Traditional orthotics take up the entire length of a shoe, which can make them difficult it move from shoe to shoe. Cryos orthotics are smaller slimmer and easy to move in between shoes.

How much are they?

$400 per pair. Payable with HSA/FSA accounts.

What Conditions Do Orthotic Insoles help with?

Plantar Fasciitis And Heel Pain

Plantar fasciitis is a common painful condition affecting the bottom of the foot. The plantar fascia runs along the bottom of the foot connecting the heel to the base of the toes. This area can become inflamed and cause intense pain in the bottom of the foot. Often this irritation is due to a load management issue. The plantar fascia is being asked to do too much and as such is becoming irritated.  Cryos orthotics help to control the movement of the foot and reduce the amount of force being placed through the plantar fascia.

Chronic Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are commonly caused by the foot rolling and weight being placed through the outside of the foot. Excessive supination can contribute to a ankle sprains. Controlling this supination and accelerating the pronation that foot goes through can potentially reduce the risk of rolling the ankle.

Metatarsalgia/Ball Of The Foot Pain

Pain under the ball of your foot and at the base of your toes could be due to metatarsalgia. Metatarsalgia is when there is inflammation present around the metatarsal heads. This can be due to improper load placement on the metatarsal heads. The Cryos orthotic can help to manage and displace this load.

Back, Hip, & Knee Pain

Alterations in gait can have effects up the kinetic chain. Gait can clearly be effected by the movements of the foot. Properly controlling these movements can reduce stress that is transmitted up the kinetic chain. When Cryos insoles help to optimize the movement of your foot they will help take some of the stress off of these areas.

Don’t Put It Off For Another Several Months!

If you are hesitant or skeptical I understand. Many of my patients start out that way and are amazed at how quickly they start to see results. Imagine what your life will be like in 5 years if you don’t get the help that you need. Do you think you will be back to your active lifestyle? If you are unsure, it is not worth the risk of waiting. I want to help you make the best possible decision regarding your health. If you need more help deciding what to do and/or want to learn more about how these insoles can help you then please arrange your Complementary Phone Consultation Today!

During a complimentary phone consultation you will discuss your issue with me, Dr. Alex Tauberg DC, and I can help you determine if this is something that might help.