Types Of Orthotics Available


Generally prescribed for most standard shoe styles and trainers. These 3/4 length orthotics are extremely versatile and easily transferable between different pairs of shoes, including your existing footwear. Using this type of orthotic in your everyday footwear may reduce the amount of pronation that takes place in your feet and so help reduce the stresses in your ankles, knees, hips and spine, that can lead to aches and pains.


First Ray Cut Out

Deep Heel Cup


Primarily used for ladies court shoes or gentleman’s dress shoes.


A significantly modified device that is more suitable for fashion heeled shoes, boots and stilettos.





Designed to replace the innersole of most trainers, boots, spikes and other close fitting sports footwear. These orthotics provide cushioning and shock absorption along the full length of the foot, giving maximum comfort and support for the whole foot. The control of these orthotics, makes them especially suitable for running.





Designed entirely for children to ensure a snug fit into all footwear. They allow the feet maximum stability during growth.

Specialist Models

Designed especially for Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, In-Toeing Gait (Pigeon-Toed) and Arthritis of the big toe (Structural Hallux Rigidus).We also make orthotics for orthopaedic boots, work boots and speciality sportswear.

Please speak to your practitioner about your individual needs.

Fascial Groove

Mortons Extension

Medial Flange Out

Low First

Rocker Heel

Gait Plate

To our valued Abbots Langley Clinic patients.

Following the outbreak of COVID-19 and the government’s decision to ban non-essential travel, we have made the decision to offer emergency clinics only.

The Clinic will be open for emergency Osteopathic appointments on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am, as well as emergency Podiatry appointments on Wednesday from 9am. This is a temporary measure that we are taking until further notice.

Monday From 09:00-13:00
Wednesday 09-00-15:00
Friday 09:00: 1300

Please call the clinic on 01923 268787, leaving your name and phone number, and we will contact you as soon as we can to arrange your appointment.

Thank you for your understanding. We hope you stay safe and positive in such uncertain times.

Best wishes,
All the team at the Abbots Langley Clinic