Orthotics

Orthotics are devices that support a weak, deformed, or damaged part of the body. At New Hope, we offer a wide range of braces and devices for pediatric to geriatric patients-- everything from simple arch supports to microprocessor-controlled knee, ankle, and foot orthoses.

Most of our devices are designed and fabricated in-house to ensure the best possible fit and outcome.  Our designs are generally dynamic and offer support and immobilizations only where it is needed. It’s our belief that sometimes less is more; we strive to make the lightest, coolest, custom devices available.

Advanced Orthotics

These devices are hand-crafted to help control and support different parts of the body that are damaged, deformed, or weak due to any number of injuries or illnesses. We offer specialized devices for feet, ankle, knee, hip, and spinal issues. If you believe you are a good candidate for one of our custom devices, talk to your doctor about referring you to New Hope Prosthetics & Orthotics. 

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Foot Orthotics and Inserts

We also offer patients a wide range of simple foot orthotics and shoe inserts to treat issues such as flat feet, high arches, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and more. If you experience pain or discomfort while walking, running, or performing everyday tasks, talk to your doctor about referring you to New Hope for an insert! 

 
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Frequently Asked Questions

 

Are orthotics/inserts generally
covered by insurance? 

It depends on what kind of orthotic you need. Most advanced prosthetics are covered! It's very rare that a patient gets denied for any sort of advanced orthotic. Insurance companies do not always cover inserts/basic foot orthotics unless they are part of the treatment of diabetic foot issues. If you have specific questions about whether your device would be covered, give us a call! 

My child has school during your business hours. How will they be fitted? 

Our team of pediatric practitioners are second to none. For convenience, we often see patients at school or at the facility they attend.

Does a doctor have to refer us in order to be fitted? 

Yes. Our services are offered on a prescription basis. If you believe that you are in need of an advanced orthotic, bracing, and/inserts, talk to your doctor about referring you to our nearest clinic!