Orthotics aids and appliances

Orthotics aids and appliances are devices that are designed to support, protect, or improve the function of a person's musculoskeletal system. They are used to treat a wide range of conditions, from foot pain to spinal injuries, and are often prescribed by healthcare professionals, such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and orthopedic surgeons.

Orthotics aids and appliances can take many forms, including braces, splints, shoe inserts, and prosthetics. They are typically made from a variety of materials, such as metal, plastic, or carbon fiber, and are custom-fitted to the individual's body to ensure maximum comfort and effectiveness.

Common types of orthotics aids and appliances

Foot orthotics

These are shoe inserts that are designed to correct foot and ankle problems, such as flat feet or plantar fasciitis.

Knee braces

These are devices that are worn around the knee to provide support and stability, and are often used to treat knee injuries or osteoarthritis.

Back braces

These are devices that are worn around the torso to provide support and stability to the spine, and are often used to treat spinal injuries or scoliosis.


These are artificial limbs that are used to replace missing limbs or body parts, and are custom-designed to match the individual's body and lifestyle.


Why Choose Us

Orthotics aids and appliances can be an important part of many individuals' healthcare journeys, helping them to manage pain, improve mobility, and maintain independence. They are often used in conjunction with other treatments, such as physiotherapy or medication, to provide a comprehensive approach to care.

If you or someone you know is experiencing musculoskeletal problems, a healthcare professional may be able to prescribe orthotics aids and appliances to help. With the right devices and care, individuals can often improve their quality of life and achieve greater independence and mobility.