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Take advantage of your health the safety and comfort of your home.

We partner exclusively with Registered Chiropodists.

Every receipt includes the Chiropodist's provincial registration number,

so you can confidently submit a claim through your private insurance plan, without requiring a doctor's prescription

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Our certified Chiropodists and Podiatrists come to your home and follow all Toronto Public Health Guidelines.

Most extended health insurance programs cover custom orthotics, so take advantage of your benefits to maintain optimal health.
Two ways to request an Orthotics appointment in your home, backyard or balcony:
  1. Email: ​ 
  2. Call or text: 647-691-5150
*NOTE: For your safety, all HealthCasa Chiropodists will be adhering to additional COVID-19 precautions according to Toronto Public Health guidelines.


Plantar Fasciitis

Custom orthotics are designed to reduce the pressure and loading of the plantar fascia, so you can keep moving pain free.


Foot Fatigue

The stabilizing heel cup and custom arch support improves comfort and reduces forces on the muscles and ligaments of the foot, decreasing foot fatigue.


Flat feet

The supportive arch is custom designed according to the size and shape of your foot, offering a healthier alignment and reducing uneven loading and pressure.


High arches

Orthotics offer custom support for high arches, allowing you to distribute weight and pressure evenly across the entire surface of the foot.


Improving the Kinetic Chain

Orthotics help to relieve pain in the foot, heel, ankle and lower leg by placing these joints back into their natural alignment so that they ‘track’ properly, move more efficiently, and with significantly less discomfort.


Knee, hip and back pain

By properly aligning the foot and ankle, there is often also a reduction in knee, hip and back pain, since the foundation of the ‘kinetic chain’ (i.e. the feet!) is being properly aligned.

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Kinetic Chain

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Properly Aligned
Kinetic Chain

The feet represent the base of the kinetic chain, and each subsequent joint above the feet can be considered a ‘link’ in the chain, much like a stable house is built upon a strong foundation

Are you an athlete? 

Do you spend long hours on your feet all day? 

Are you trying to keep up with a busy toddler?

Do you have foot, knee, hip or back pain?

Custom Orthotics can alleviate discomfort, reduce fatigue
and keep you staying active
reduce fatigue

HealthCasa orthotics are fully custom made for your specific foot condition, injury, lifestyle and activities.

For your convenience, Chiropody, Podiatry and Orthotics services are available 7 days a week

from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Greater Toronto Area.

Custom Orthotics in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.

What does a Custom Orthotic do?

A custom orthotic is a prescribed removable corrective device that is placed in your shoes to hold your foot in the proper position. This allows the joints, muscles and ligaments of your feet to function closer to their normal limits, so that your feet and lower leg can move more efficiently. Custom foot orthotics, also known as insoles, are used to alleviate pain and discomfort in the feet and the lower leg, caused by abnormal foot function or structure.


How are Custom Orthotics made?

Custom orthotics are not just a ’piece of plastic’. Making a pair of truly custom-made orthotics is an involved, multi-step process where attention to detail, and a thorough understanding of the biomechanics and fabrication processes come together.

Custom orthotics are made from a three-dimensional plaster cast of your feet after a biomechanical examination, stance and gait analysis is performed. Just like prescription eye glasses, custom made orthotics come in different materials (soft & hard), styles, shapes and corrections.


What practitioner should I see for my Custom Orthotics in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area?

Chiropodists and Podiatrists are the only regulated health professionals whose legislated scope of practice includes the provision of orthotics.

Why choose HealthCasa for Custom Orthotics in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area?

The advantage of having Registered Chiropodists who are experienced in all things related to the foot and ankle, is that they provide a full biomechanical and gait analysis. They will determine if an orthotic will be helpful or if another treatment approach will yield better results.


 The clinical leadership team at HealthCasa have been in the Chiropody and Orthotics industry for over 20 years and are experts in this field. 


A quality Custom Orthotic

HealthCasa uses the best orthotic labs in the industry. We insist on the highest level of quality and a perfectly custom device made to our exact specifications.


Ongoing Custom Orthotic Support

When you receive your HealthCasa custom orthotics, rest assured that we are always here to answer questions, or make any necessary adjustments or modifications to ensure that you are 100% satisfied with your custom orthotics.

Common Conditions Treated With Custom Orthotics

Here are some conditions that may benefit from a custom orthotic:

Will my Custom Orthotics be covered by insurance?

Every insurance plan is different, so we recommend that you check with your insurance plan to determine your coverage, but generally, Chiropodist services and custom orthotics are covered by your insurance benefits. HealthCasa will will provide all documentation, including a biomechanical examination and gait assessment, an orthotics prescription, as well as documentation from the orthotics lab outlining the fabrication process of your custom orthotics. You will also receive a receipt for payment this will assist with your insurance claim. 


Discover the full suite of HealthCasa's mobile healthcare services, including mobile Massage Therapy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Chiropody and Orthotics.


Mobile appointments are available in person in your home, 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area and adhere to all COVID-19 safety protocols according to local health guidelines.

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