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Ask the provider what happens if you are unsatisfied with your new orthotics. Although some providers advertise a warranty that simply equates to free adjustments, an optimal response is, "We…

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Ask the provider if you need to buy bigger shoes to accommodate the orthotics. It is not advisable to wear an ill-fitting shoe to accommodate a bulky orthotic. Nor is…

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Ask the provider about subsequent adjustments to orthotics. Specifically: What is the likelihood that you will require an adjustment? What do they charge for adjustments? Are adjustments generally done while…

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Ask the provider how success will be determined. Preferably, the provider will measure symptom relief against targeted results within a structured follow-up program. A weak answer to this question is,…

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Ask how long it will take to complete the orthotics. Many mass production labs out of province can turn around orthotics for Ontario providers in less than 10 days, so…

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Ask the clinic about the raw materials they use to craft the orthotics, as materials vary in cost and effectiveness. Ortho-Care has always selected raw materials based on optimizing performance…

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Ask the provider what they charge for an assessment. "No obligation" (free) assessments are available at some facilities. Ortho-Care does not charge for assessments.

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Visit a certified professional in a clinic that MAKES orthotics, not one that simply SELLS orthotics. This eliminates the majority of providers in central Ontario. There is a potential disconnect…

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