It is a good idea to have them evaluated by our doctors or medical staff after a period of time. The natural wear and tear of your orthotics may affect the way your feet feel, and we want to make sure they're still functioning optimally. If you have any questions regarding orthotics or if inserts are right for you, make an appointment with on of our doctors. They will evaluate your orthotics and see if they need to be repaired, refurbished, or maybe even be replaced.
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