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your orthotic insole specialist



• Visit our Schedule Consultation page.
• Reserve an appointment date and time.
• Complete a short questionnaire so we can better serve your Arch Support needs.
• Pay your $25 Convenience Fee to secure and complete your appointment.
• Receive confirmation email or text for your scheduled appointment.


• Our professional Arch Support Specialist will arrive at your home/business for a personal fitting at the scheduled time.
• An imprint and measurement will be taken of each foot.
• BEFORE YOU BUY you will have the opportunity to walk in your new Arch Supports to assure the accuracy of your personal fitting. You will also be able to try them in your selection of shoes.


• We accept (HSA) Health Savings Accounts, (FSA) Flexible Spending Account, Wells Fargo Finance and Care Credit Finance.
• Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover are all accepted measures of payment.
• Electronic payments are collected using secure credit (TLS) Transport Layer Security System
• We also accept cash or check.


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Engineered to Fit Your Feet with Precision

Whole Feet Arch Supports are fit for your lifestyle needs.

Foot pain can disrupt our overall quality of life. 25% of adults experience foot pain commonly caused by poor biomechanics. Whole Feet Arch Supports are designed to control excessive foot motion under high or low impact activities. By aligning the foot and kinetic chain, Whole Feet Arch Supports can reduce and prevent foot, knee, hip and back pain. To ensure a precision fit our Arch Support Specialists are trained by our Pedorthist to properly measure from heel strike the length, arch size, metatarsal position and toe box to achieve your most neutral position while standing or in motion. This process accounts for the Whole Foot providing maximum comfort and correction.



Are long days on your feet causing you hip, back, knee, or foot pain? Our Flex Trainer offers the correction and relief you need to work more comfortably through your day.


Do you play and train as hard as you work, but suffer during and after? Our Flex Athletic Maintainer can allow you to perform your higher impact activities with greater comfort and balance.


Does your lifestyle dictate a more casual day and evening? Our Flex Relaxer is ideal for leisure wear and finishing your day on your feet in house shoes or slippers.

How Arch Supports Work

An effective Arch Support is one that provides a corrective change to your posture and aligns your body to promote maximum performance and versatility for every foot and every lifestyle.
At Whole Feet, our on staff Pedorthist are dedicated to ensuring your fit is accurate and correct.

The effect of wearing Personally Fit Arch Supports may vary depending on the individual.

Why Choose Whole Feet Orthotics?

Innovative Premium Orthotic Products

Medical Grade Orthotics at Retail Price

Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) Approved

Orthotics for every Foot Complaint or Shoe Type

Biomechanical Correction

Highest Level of Foot Comfort


Plantar Fasciitis Risk Factors

Plantar Fasciitis (Fashee-EYE-tiss) is one of the most common causes of pain on the bottom of the heel. Approximately 2 million people are treated for this condition every year. Plantar fasciitis occurs when the plantar fascia, a strong band of tissue that supports the arch of your foot, becomes irritated and inflamed. The body’s natural response to injury is inflammation, which results in the heel pain and stiffness known as plantar fasciitis.

Common Risk Factors

  • New or increased activity or prolonged standing on hard surfaces
  • Weight gain
  • Anatomy (flat feet or high arch)
  • Age (most common among people aged 40 to 60)
  • Repetitive high impact activities (running/dancing/sports)