Yes, Your Well-Worn Custom Orthotics Can Be Refurbished.

When you refurbish orthotics, you give new life to a well-worn pair of custom orthotics. Enjoy the benefits of a new pair while being budget-friendly.

Here are some telltale signs that your custom orthotics need to refurbished.

  • Is the top cover pulling away from the shell? Or, has it completely pulled away from the shell?
  • Does the top cover have cracks, holes or signs of significant wear?
  • Is the heel posting worn down or worn away?


What is involved in refurbishing custom orthotics?

When your orthotics arrive, we remove all the worn soft components. This includes things like the top cover and padding. If needed, we will remove posting material. The original plate is cleaned up. We add new padding, accommodations, and a new top cover. If the arch reinforcement and/or posting is worn, we will replace that too. Your refurbished orthotics will be like new and may require a breaking in period, especially if you have not worn them in a few years.

Should I refurbish my custom orthotics that have not been worn in years?

Your custom orthotics were handcrafted for you. Certain medical conditions like diabetes, lower extremity injuries or surgeries, pregnancy, and changes in weight are just a few of the reasons your custom orthotics may need some modifications. We recommend having your prescriber confirm that the prescription is appropriate for your needs.  

SOLO can help you find a podiatrist in your area.

SOLO’s ‘Find A Doctor’ program can help you find a doctor in your area who can help you get your custom orthotics refurbished. Simply complete this form, and we will be happy to recommend a podiatrist near you.  

Or, simply take your custom orthotics to any podiatrist, and we will work directly with that doctor to get them refurbished.

Custom orthotics are an investment. Let us help you maximize your investment and add new life to your custom orthotics.

 

 

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2 Comments
  1. Esther Redelsheimer

    I saw a form for the podiatrist to fill out a few weeks ago, and wonder if I need that.

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    • sagefrog

      We recommend that you chat with your doctor. She can send them back to SOLO to be refurbished or repaired…even if they weren’t manufactured by SOLO.

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