Every orthotic insert we produce has been years in the making. We're a team with over 40+ years of experience in podiatrics and in custom orthotics.
With over 1.2 million pairs of Orthera inserts sold around the globe, we've innovated continuously and advanced our designs and materials.
Imagine that your footwear is a machine that works for you, helping to align your tendons, stabilize your joints, and help prevent your feet from flattening, while evenly distributing your weight. This is precisely what Orthera has created with our biomechanically engineered approach to orthotic inserts.
But what is biomechanical engineering?
Biomechanics is a science that fuses the principles of mechanical engineering with human biology and kinesiology. By incorporating biomechanics into our design, emphasizing shock-absorption, arch support and heel stabilization, Orthera has created orthotic inserts that fit seamlessly into your current footwear.
It’s important to understand that Orthotic inserts are not the same as insoles. Gel-based insoles may feel comfortable, but they are not designed to offer any real support to your feet or lower body.
Orthotic inserts are biomechanically designed to be soft enough to cushion your joints, yet firm enough to support your arches and align your body.
Orthera’s precision design process provides an alternative to expensive prescription orthotics for the price of an insole.
Whether you’re looking to prevent pain or improve athletic performance, Orthera orthotic inserts will help you achieve a better life through biomechanics.
Biomechanically designed orthotic inserts are an easy way to help prevent the misalignment and imbalance that can occur in unsupported feet.
When you take care of your feet, you’re taking care of your entire lower body, and you’re increasing your comfort throughout the day. With every step, you’ll be properly distributing your body weight, helping to align every bone in your foot and reducing the strain on joints and tendons throughout your entire body, preventing pain in feet from occurring.
Although biomechanical engineering is complicated, using Orthera orthotic inserts is easy. Just choose a properly-sized orthotic insert based on the style of shoe you like to wear, slide it in, and you’ll begin to redistribute the pressure and relieve the strain with each step. All 2,500+ of them.