How often do I have to replace my child's orthotics?

When your child is un­dergoing rapid growth, his or her orthotics will need to be replaced approxi­mately every 2 shoe sizes, or every 1-2 years. We understand the financial considerations involved with your child’s health and we make it affordable to change the orthotic prescrip­tion in response to your child’s improvements in growth and development. Reevaluation of your child as he or she develops will often lead to changes in the orthotic prescription.

Dr. Craig H. Thomajan, DPM, FACFAS, FAENS
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Founder and Managing Partner of Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists