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Can orthotics help with pain from arthritis?
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Dr. Robert Mihalich
Orthopedic Surgery - Foot & Ankle
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Arthritis can affect all parts of the foot and ankle.
Orthotics may help manage the symptoms but should only be prescribed and fit by foot and ankle orthopedic surgeons and certified orthotists.

In brief: Yes
Arthritis can affect all parts of the foot and ankle.
Orthotics may help manage the symptoms but should only be prescribed and fit by foot and ankle orthopedic surgeons and certified orthotists.
Dr. Robert Mihalich
Dr. Robert Mihalich
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Dr. Bob Levine
Sports Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: In most cases, Yes
There are basically two kinds of arthritis.
Rehumatoid arthritis and the kind that comes from organic disease and osteoarthritis, the arthritis of wear and tear. The later is the most common and therefore the kind that responds well to aligning joints of the feet knees hips and back in a way that reduces wear and tear. Orthotics definitely can help. Don't settle for pain. Something can be done.

In brief: In most cases, Yes
There are basically two kinds of arthritis.
Rehumatoid arthritis and the kind that comes from organic disease and osteoarthritis, the arthritis of wear and tear. The later is the most common and therefore the kind that responds well to aligning joints of the feet knees hips and back in a way that reduces wear and tear. Orthotics definitely can help. Don't settle for pain. Something can be done.
Dr. Bob Levine
Dr. Bob Levine
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