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Custom orthotics eligible for VAT relief

Dr Insole has provided custom made orthotics to many satisfied customers. Our products are highly effective at relieving symptoms and increasing stability, and come recommended by podiatrists and GPs. As medical devices, most of our custom insoles are eligible for VAT relief.

Our custom made orthotics

custom insole tailored to fit your feet

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Welcome to Dr. Insole

Custom made orthotics handcrafted in London, UK.

Dr Insole has been making bespoke orthotic insoles for customers around the country for years. Whether you need arch supports for flat feet or just a pair of comfortable insoles to get you through your walking day, Dr. Insole will be able to help. With generations of experience behind us, the combination of our material choices and crafting techniques will produce orthotic insoles that cannot be matched for comfort and price. We do not outsource any of our work and you will receive your insoles within ten days of your consultation. Our insoles are made with a truly personal touch.

Many aches and pains are associated with misaligned feet. Ankle pain, heel pain, lower back pain, knee pain and even neck pain can be a result of your body compensating for a poor walking gait. During your free appointment with Dr.Insole you will get an analysis of your walking pattern to see if the pain or discomfort that you are feeling is being caused by poor gait and if our custom-made orthoses will benefit you.

The best value for money in the UK

Dr Insole’s orthotics are available at unbeatable prices. Our efficient business model, small team and trusted suppliers allow us to keep costs as low as possible.

At the same time, we use superior materials and craftsmanship. As a result, we are able to provide our customers with handmade products of the highest quality while still offering reasonable prices. A great deal of attention to detail goes into handcrafting each insole, with tangible and effective results.

Foot Types

Flat Feet (Pes Planus)

Flatfoot deformity affects about 20% of adults in Britain. This condition occurs when the inner foot arches flatten while standing or walking. Consequently,, the entire surface of the bottom of the foot comes in contact with the ground, causing the feet to roll to the inside (overpronate). Overpronation causes body weight to be distributed unevenly, placing strain on ligaments and joints. Custom made orthotics can help alleviate pain and discomfort by correcting posture and gait and offering stability and support.

flat feet in adults

Flat Feet

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Foot Problems

Heel Eversion

Our orthoses can provide relief for everted heels, a symptom which can accompany a number of conditions. Over time, we have refined a bespoke process to make insoles from scratch, finely-tuned to each customer’s needs. A feature we call the Gallagher Helix, after our orthotic specialist, corrects eversion of the rear foot to improve gait and posture and increase comfort.

heel eversion

Heel Eversion

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Book a Free Appointment !

The consultation usually takes about 30 minutes and includes gait analysis. Our specialist will discuss your symptoms and requirements, take prints and make casts of your feet, and offer a no-obligation quote. Call or email our helpful team if you have any questions about our insoles.

Free booking

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Foot Problems

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

Heel pain can be a sign of plantar fasciitis, a condition that causes inflammation in the connective tissue in the sole of the foot. A recent foot injury, high arches, flat feet, obesity or being on your feet a lot can increase the risk of developing plantar fasciitis.

plantar fasciitis insoles

Heel pain can be significantly reduced through the use of correctly fitted orthotic insoles.

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Foot Problems

High Arches

High arches may be rigid, not becoming flat even when they bear weight. This can alter your gait and place excessive strain on your heel, ankle and ball of the foot. Other symptoms include corns, calluses, and toe deformities.

high arches medical orthotics

Made-to-measure orthotic insoles can bring relief by distributing body weight more evenly, reducing pressure on the outside of the foot.

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