Custom Orthotic Shoe Inserts
A Crucial Component of the The Mikki Device™
The Mikki Device™ Custom Orthotic Shoe Inserts
For children suffering from Sever’s disease, finding relief from heel pain can make a world of difference in their daily activities and overall well-being. The Mikki Device™ custom orthotic shoe inserts offer a specialized solution to effectively address heel pain and discomfort, while promoting proper foot alignment. As an essential component of the Mikki Device kit, these custom orthotic inserts are tailored to the unique needs of each child, ensuring optimal comfort and support.
Why the Custom Orthotic Inserts are an Essential Part of the Mikki Device Kit
Sever’s disease, a common cause of heel pain in growing children, can have a significant impact on mobility and quality of life. The Mikki Device kit offers a comprehensive approach to treating Sever’s disease, with the custom orthotic shoe inserts serving as a fundamental element of the treatment plan:
Precision Fit: The Mikki Device™ custom orthotic shoe inserts are fabricated from the casting of your child’s feet, ensuring a precise fit that caters to their individual foot contours.
Alleviating Discomfort: Designed to reduce heel pain associated with Sever’s disease, the custom orthotic inserts provide targeted cushioning and support for the child’s feet, allowing them to engage in sports and other activities with greater comfort.
Promoting Alignment: Proper foot alignment is vital for healthy foot development. The custom orthotic inserts help improve foot positioning, preventing complications and promoting optimal foot function.
Versatile Use: The inserts are compatible with regular shoes or sports cleats, allowing your child to enjoy the benefits of the orthotic inserts in various settings.
Developed Under the Guidance of a Pediatric Podiatrist
Dr. Mikkel Jarman is a Pediatric Podiatrist that specializes in the treatment of Sever’s disease in children. Dr. Jarman received his doctorate degree in Podiatric Medicine from The New York College of Podiatric Medicine, is a member of the American Podiatric Association, American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons, American College of Foot & Ankle Pediatrics, and was awarded the Master HyProCure surgeon in June 2020. Dr. Jarman has researched and published a paper on Podiatry Today titled, “Can Early Correction Of Hyperpronation Help Prevent Secondary Deformities?”.