MyFootSupply Rigid Orthotic
MyFootSupply's Rigid Orthotic are most rigid we offer, it does offer some flex, but only under significant weight. We recommend this orthotic for people weighing more than 200 pounds. The Rigid Orthotics are made from springy polypropylene the exact material a majority of custom orthotics are made from. Polypropylene is incredibly strong and durable.
MyFootSupply’s Rigid Orthotic -MF# MFS-OR1
Rigid 200 Pounds or more
MyFootSupply’s Rigid Orthotic are most rigid we offer, it does offer some flex, but only under significant weight. We recommend this orthotic for people weighing more than 200 pounds. The Rigid Orthotics are made from springy polypropylene the exact material a majority of custom orthotics are made from. Polypropylene is incredibly strong and durable.
MyFootSupply’s Rigid Orthotic has just the right amount of spring to prevent excessive pronation and work the foot at the same time. Excessive pronation is a sign of flat feet and cause bunions, foot pain, plantar fascitis, knee pain, hip pain, shin splints, or back pain. The Rigid Orthotic can help prevent all of these disorders. Designed for every walk of life including hospitality industry, nurses, and athletes, the new RigidOrthotic is creating a durable, stable and long lasting comfort for all that have tried them.
Biomechanically designed, around a neutral foot, the Rigid Orthotic help to realign the bones into a more well aligned structure.
Cleaning the Rigid Orthotic
The rigid Orthotic is dishwasher safe, throw them in and have them ready in now time.
How to Wear your Rigid Orthotics
There are some tricks to getting the most our of your Rigid Orthotic, follow these basic steps to maximize your Rigid Orthotic.
- Always place your Rigid Orthotic on the midsole of the shoe- this is the platform under the foam, neoprene, or leather insole, then place your insole on top of your orthotic, if you do not have a top cover for your exerciser orthotics. If you do have a full length top cover built into your Rigid orthotic, remove the insole altogether.
- When buying new shoes, make sure your shoes have removable insoles- some companies insist on gluing them in- if they do- do not buy their shoes for orthotic wear.
- Buy shoes that have a rigid midsole, shoes that can easily be bent in any direction do not offer solid platform for your Rigidorthotics.
- Evaluate your shoes regularly, the materials used to construct shoes break down over time. When the materials break down they can change the way custom orthotics support your feet, making the orthotics seem uncomfortable.
- Break your orthotics in, I normally tell my patients to wear them 1 hour the first day and increase the time by 1 hour per day, at the end of a week you are at nearly a complete day. This is the case for most patients, however, as you practice podiatry or any medicine for that matter you quickly realize people have different tolerances. Some are able to wear them all day from the start while others may need 10 days to acclimate to their new custom orthotics. Don’t over do it with your new Rigid Orthotic!!!
- Let your feet get use to the new Rigid Orthotic
European Sizes 3(36/37), 4(38/39), 5(40/41), 6(42/43), 7(44/45), 8(46/47), 9(48/49)
3 (Women 5.5-7) (Men 4-4.5), 4 (Women 7.5-9) (Men 5-6.5), 5 (Women 9.5-11) (Men 7-8.5), 6 (Women 11.5-12.5) (Men 9-10.5), 7 (Women 13-14) (Men 11-12.5), 8 (Men 13-14.5), 9 (Men 15-16)