Paris Orthotics shell modifications such as heel hole, 1st metatarsal cut out, deep heel cup and medial flange

MODIFICATIONS

Optional shell modifications to tailor your custom device

Paris orthotics shell modification first metatarsal joint cutout for plantarflexion of the first ray

1st Metatarsal Cutout

Characteristics

  • Corner of shell removed in the area of 1st metatarsophalangeal joint (MPG)

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Paris orthotics shell modification first metatarsal joint cutout with support post for additional distal shell stability

1st Metatarsal Cutout with Support Post

Characteristics

  • EVA applied to plantar distal shell at 1st metatarsal cutout

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Paris orthotics shell modification first ray cutout to accommodate plantarflexion of the first ray

1st Ray Cutout

Characteristics

  • Corner of shell removed in the area of 1st metatarsophalangeal joint (MPJ) extending to the apex of medial longitudinal arch

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Paris orthotics shell modification fascial accommodation for plantar fascial ligament or flexor hallucis brevis

Fascial Accommodation

Characteristics

  • Channel incorporated into shell in area of medial plantar fascial ligament/ flexor hallucis brevis tendon

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Paris orthotics shell modification heel cup depth for greater or lesser rear foot control

Heel Cup Depth

Characteristics

  • Variable (flat to 32mm) depth
  • Heel cup (greater than device lab standard) can increase heel width and will widen the device

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Paris orthotics shell modification heel hole for heel spur pain

Heel Hole

Characteristics

  • 25mm to 32mm diameter (based on foot size) hole through shell
  • Heel center location

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Paris orthotics shell modification heel hole with plug for heel spur pain

Heel Hole with Plug

Characteristics

  • 25mm to 32mm diameter (based on foot size) hole through shell
  • Filled with Poron plug
  • Heel center location

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Paris orthotics shell modification heel spur accommodation for heel pain and accommodate heel spur

Heel Spur Accommodation

Characteristics

  • Depression within shell filled with Poron, contoured to shape of heel cup
  • Medial calcaneal tubercle location

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Paris orthotics shell modification lateral flange to control supination and support lateral ankle instability

Lateral Flange

Characteristics

  • Lateral aspect of heel cup extended just proximal to the styloid process
  • Increased lateral heel cup depth 6-8mm greater than lab standard

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Paris orthotics shell modification medial flange for pronated feet or for greater arch contact

Medial Flange

Characteristics

  • Tightened cast dressing and increased shell width through medial longitudinal arch
  • Maximized contact between foot and device

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Paris orthotics shell modification navicular cuneiform sweet spot with medial flange for accessory navicular

Navicular/Cuneiform Sweet Spot with Medial Flange

Characteristics

  • Depression within shell filled with Poron and contoured to shape of the shell

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Orthotic Width

Characteristics

Wide
  • Shell widened 3 – 4 mm greater than lab standard
Narrow
  • Shell narrowed 3 – 4 mm less than lab standard

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Paris orthotics shell modification rigid first extension for hallux limitus, hallux rigidus or turf toe

Rigid 1st Extension

Characteristics

  • Extension of shell sub 1st metatarsophalangeal joint (MPJ)
  • Available in Polypropylene, Copolymer and XT Sprint materials
  • Extended to end of 1st digit

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Hours

Monday - Friday
8am - 4pm (PST)
 
 
Location

Paris Orthotics Ltd.
Head Office
3630 1st Ave E
Vancouver, BC
V5M 1C3
 
 
Phone

tel 1.800.848.0838
fax 1.855.381.2157
 
 
Connect

customerservice@parisorthotics.com