CustomFit ProLabs carries or bioengineers the following types of Pedorthic Devices:

  • Diabetic shoes & inserts
  • Custom functional ‘ready-made’ foot orthotics
  • Ankle gauntlets (PTTD, Charcot, Arthritis)
  • Ankle braces
  • Orthopedic shoes
  • Custom molded shoes
  • Forefoot and rear foot off-loaders
  • Lymphedema shoes
  • Custom shoe modifications
  • Wound healing inserts

Our products are designed to relieve pain and improve biomechanical functioning for a wide variety of foot conditions/problems. If you do not see what you are looking for, please call and speak directly to one of our Staff members. Below are some of the items we carry…

Our Pedorthics Lab

The human foot is a marvel of design and engineering. One human foot has 3 arches, 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments – it is complex! The anatomy and physiology of the foot is so complex there is a branch of medicine strictly dedicated to treating the feet – Podiatry! There are a many foot disorders a human can experience. Please see our patient education page to learn about some of them.

Our Lab carries or makes unique footwear, does shoe modifications, and fabricates custom-made foot orthotics. With a proper exam, a Physician’s diagnoses (this may or may not be necessary), and careful measuring and analysis of anthropometric data we can improve the biomechanical functioning of your feet – improving your kinetic chain and quality of life!

The benefits of orthotics are numerous: avoidance of foot surgery, reduction of pain, reduction of paresthesia or numbness, increased ability to walk further distances, increased ability to stand for longer periods of time. For competitive athletes or people of fitness, orthotics are proven to increase strength, speed, and jumping ability.


What is a pedorthist?

A pedorthist is a professional who has specialized training to modify footwear and employ supportive devices to address conditions which affect the feet and lower limbs. They are trained in the assessment of lower limb anatomy and biomechanics, as well as the appropriate use of corrective footwear- including shoes, shoe modifications and other pedorthic devices.

What is Leg length discrepancy?

It is the difference in the true length of one leg compared to the other.

What is Charcot arthropathy?

Also known as Charcot foot and ankle, it is a syndrome in patients who have neuropathy or loss of sensation. It includes fractures and/or dislocations of bones and joints that occur with minimal or no known trauma.

What is Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN)?

It is damage to the nerves in your arms, hands, legs, and feet. DPN is most common in the legs and feet and can increase your risk for foot ulcers. Nerve pain caused by DPN can limit your mobility and affect your quality of life. 

What is Lymphedema?

It is a condition of localized fluid retention and tissue swelling caused by compromised lymphatic system.