Mobisole Custom

MOBISOLE custom foot orthotics/insoles are a tailor-made prescription orthotics designed and manufactured according to individual foot and medical conditions. Their functions include supporting the arches, correcting deviations, preventing foot abnormalities or deformities and offloading painful or wounded areas.

Our orthotic specialist assesses your feet and recommends the best suitable foot orthotics according to your medical conditions, age, activity and shoe style.

We also guide our patients to choose the right shoes. The orthotics/insoles occupy volume inside the shoe and wrong shoes can significantly change the position of the foot on the orthotics/insoles. Hence orthotics/insoles plus shoes are considered a unit. The positive effect and outcome of the orthotics depend on the right shoes.



Foot orthotics/Insoles are a well-researched and proven, simple and effective method for many lower limb medical helps for better functioning primarily the feet and secondarily the whole lower limb, stabilizing the foot and ankle joint and reduce the foot and ankle injury risks. Below are the few medical conditions we treat at MOBILIS foot orthotic clinic

  • Flat feet- Is a condition where normal feet arches are very low or absent.
  • Back pain- Patients who have flat feet [hyper pronation] or high arch [hyper supination] may also have back pain.
  • Heel spurs- Heel spurs are conditions where excess bone grows on the back or bottom of the heel.
  • Plantar fasciitis- is a condition with inflammation of a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes.
  • High arches- A condition in which the foot has a very high arch. • Achilles tendinitis- is an overuse injury of the Achilles tendon.
  • Bunions and Hammer toe- are painful bumps that develop at the base of the big toe. Hammer toes often occur as a side effect of bunions on the big toe.
  • Injuries- People who’ve experienced trauma to their feet and ankles may require extra support during the healing process with orthotics.
  • Arthritis- Patients with Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis with pain and deformities.
  • Diabetes- Many of the diabetic foot complications can be treated with custom foot orthotics like diabetic neuropathy, skin sensitivity, ulceration etc. Using the right foot orthotics with proper diabetic shoes as a preventive measure also strongly recommended.


The Computer-Aided Designed [CAD] orthotics are digitally designed by expert as per the individual foot shapes and medical conditions and then sent to the milling machine which carves the orthotics accurately. Different material combinations are used in different cases based on the function, shoe type and requirements. MOBILIS manufacturing facility equipped with German machinery to manufacture the orthotics, our skilled staff take care of every minute individual adjustment for a perfect fitting and functional orthotics which will serve a long time.



Like every human is different, every foot is not the same. MOBISOLE CARBON orthotics are specifically designed for patients who are obese with severely pronated feet and sports professionals. The customization opportunities with carbon material are endless. The lightweight carbon has fantastic durability and stability.

Working with carbon fibre is a skilled job. Any negligence may lead the orthotic to become a rigid piece without functionality. MOBILIS production staff handcraft the orthotics only for you with exceptional care in every step.


Computerised feet pressure mapping

MOBILIS foot orthotic clinic use different assessment methods according to the requirements, One among them are computerised feet pressure mapping. This allows our clinicians to assess pressure points excreted on feet during feet, calculating stance time and support-phase impulse during walking using two calibration procedures, and examine the effect of orthotics if required. The digital files can be used later to design the foot orthotics according to the parameters.


Wearing new Foot Orthotics

Before having the final finished product, it is mandatory to try the orthotics for a few weeks to check if any further adjustment is needed. If it causes pain or pressure to the foot, the practitioner can adjust it to improve the fit. Once our clinician and patient are satisfied with orthotics, the brand-new orthotics are ready to wear. Still, an initial wearing guideline to be followed since a period of “breaking in” should be allowed for a new user. Adjustment and proper fitting of the orthotics are typically included in the package provided.


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