Orthotic Sandals

If you thought orthotic sandals were always unattractive and expensive, think again. New styles of footwear are stylish as well as functional. If you suffer from foot ailments that require the use of orthotic shoes, the options in sandals should please you. Orthotic sandals are therapeutic and designed to restore your natural footprint by realigning the foot and ankle bones to a neutral position. Foot alignment problems can cause orthopedic problems like soreness in the feet, shins, knees, legs, back and neck. Orthotic sandals reduce pressure on painful areas.

There are many designs and styles of orthotic sandals available in the market today for both men and women. One of the latest offerings is the Orthaheel Wave sandals which come in three colors: black, khaki, and blue with white. This thong-style sandal can be worn by men or women and looks great with just about anything that you wear. Also,  there are many other stylish choices in both open and closed toe designs. Dressy and casual orthotic flip flops are available. Casual versions are perfect for the beach and weekend wear, while dressier thongs can be worn on summer evenings.

Orthaheel Orthotic Sandal TIDE PEWTER METALLIC
Superfeet FLP Orthotic Sandals – Womens Dusty Rose


The Lady’s Plantar Fasciitis Orthotic Sandal
The Plantar Fasciitis Orthotic Slide Sandal


A sporty-looking summer sandal, orthotic slides are simple and easy to wear. Specialty wedge heel and other dress styles are available in orthotic versions. While neutral colors are most prominent, you will see bright colors, metallic finishes and embellishments in some styles. and lastly, orthotic design with cut outs on the upper allow feet to breathe and offer another styling option. Slip on and strapped back versions are available. Orthotic sandals are innovative alternatives to regular footwear. They make use of corrective devices built into the sandal that allow the feet and ankles to function in an efficient manner. These sandals are engineered to give your foot total support, to keep its natural structure, and to keep the alignment of your foot as close to neutral as possible. Using these allows you to minimize pronation, which is an inward rolling of the feet to facilitate movement.