Footwear suitable for a range of needs to support you with a variety of options from ready to wear to custom made, all perfectly suited to your particular needs. 

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What to expect

MoveMe's professional clinical podiatry team can diagnose your lower-limb ailments and treat these with ready to wear or custom wear foot orthoses. Commonly known as insoles, foot orthoses help support various food functions such as foot structure, offloading areas of high pressure, and improving gait. 





What Conditions does Footwear treat?

Please visit our Conditions page to learn more about the conditions treated by Footwear. 

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis 
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Stroke
  • Gout
  • Foot Drop
  • Down's Syndrome
  • Diabetes
  • Club Foot 
  • Cerebral Palsy 
  • Bunions
  • Back Pain 
  • Arthritis

What are the custom made footwear products available?

MoveMe not only provides an extensive range of Ready to Wear (prefab) orthopaedic braces for feet but also manufactures a wide range of custom orthopaedic braces (orthoses). Your MoveMe Orthotists and Technicians will combine their skills to build you a custom bracing solution to meet your orthotic footwear needs.

What are the ready to wear footwear orthopaedic solutions?

Incorporating brands like GII, Becker, Innovation Sports, Donjoy, Ă–ssur and Royce Medical, MoveMe's extensive orthotics range offers some of the most effective orthopaedic solutions available today.

MoveMe has bracing solutions for all areas of the body including, spinal, upper limb & hand bracing, hip, knee, and ankle bracing.

Why are orthotics important for feet?

Orthotics are designed to guide the mechanics of the foot to a precise degree. They support the bones of feet and ankles and help the muscles and tendons to perform more efficiently by putting the foot into a correct alignment.

There are different types of orthotics designed for people of all ages. Orthotics can be made for any number of different activities, shoe gear and foot ailments. Those wearing them may experience relief from previous pain and symptoms, and prevent recurrence of foot, leg and other skeletal pains and conditions.

Almost anyone can benefit from orthotics. Orthotics can alleviate many common foot problems that cause pain and discomfort in otherwise healthy people. Orthotics can help in situations of:

  • Abnormal shoe wear (one side of the sole wears out faster than the other)
  • Flat feet High-arched foot structure
  • Heel pain
  • Bunions
  • Callus formation
  • Chronic heel (plantar fasciitis), shin (shin splints), knee, or lower back pain
  • Frequent ankle sprains
  • Pressure offloading for diabetics
  • Gait abnormalities (feet point inward or excessively outward during walking).

An orthotic provides the support, stability, cushioning, and alignment necessary to keep the feet, ankles, and lower body comfortable, healthy, and pain-free. Each orthotic is custom-made to meet the specific needs of an individual.

Related Conditions

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy refers to a range of neurological disorders that appear in infancy or early childhood.

Multiple Sclerosis

MS is a chronic neurological illness involving the central nervous system.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition that causes chronic inflammation.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis causes pain in the bottom of the heel.

Achilles Tendonitis or Tendinopathy

Continuous intense physical activity can cause painful inflammation of the Achilles tendon.

Delayed Development

Child development specialists assess the stage of development reached in each of five areas.


A bunion is a bulge or lump that develops on the inner side of the foot.

Back Pain

There are 6 common types of back pain we see here at MoveMe, and have customised treatments for you.


"Arthritis" refers to over 100 different conditions that affect the joints.

Down's Syndrome

The name Down comes from Dr John Langdon Down, who first described the condition in 1866.

Club Foot

A clubfoot occurs in approximately one in every 1,000 births, one or both feet may be affected.


Gout has caused much suffering and has been studied intently by physicians since days of Hippocrates.

Foot Drop

Foot drop describes the inability to raise the front part of the foot due to weakness or paralysis.


Diabetes occurs when the body cannot process glucose properly.

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