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    Custom Foot Orthotics

    Hand Crafted By Foot Specialists

Keeping your family on their feet and helping them to walk, run, play and exceed their goals is why we love getting up in the morning.


We understand how frustrating and painful developing a foot, leg or back problem can be, and how it can impact your everyday life. That’s why we’re dedicated to creating excellent and effective functional foot orthotics, so you get the best outcomes for your condition, pain or injury.


Our expert team is guided by New Zealand’s leading orthotic specialist, Martin Kane. Marty is a qualified orthotist, podiatrist and has spent almost the last two decades teaching new generations of podiatrists how to apply their clinical knowledge to create orthotics that relieve the many pains, frustrations and worries of their patients. It is his knowledge and passion for this field that started Kane Orthotics and has seen it thrive.

 

More than our vast skills, experience and well-equipped clinic and orthotic facilities, we genuinely care about your health and getting you back to performing at your best. We’re proud to be serving our community as part of Perform Podiatry between Remuera and Newmarket at the One Health Medical Centre. No referrals required, full ACC accreditation, full onsite parking, wheelchair access and late night and weekend appointments available.

 

Because you deserve the best in healthcare.

Appointments can be booked online or by calling us on (09) 523 2333

Our usual operating hours are:

Monday

9.00m – 6.00pm

Tuesday

9.00am – 6.00pm

Wednesday

9.00m – 7.00pm

Thursday

9.00am – 7.00pm

Friday

9.00m – 6.00pm

Saturday

9.00am – 4.00pm

Our Services

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Kane Orthotics is proud to be part of Auckland’s premier podiatry clinic, Perform Podiatry. Take a virtual tour of the clinic and check out some of our facilities.

Common conditions we treat

Orthotics have the ability to relieve pain, improve performance and facilitate healing for a wide variety of conditions and injuries. An overview of some of the conditions we treat include:

heel painOrthotics are essential in the effective healing of & relief from heel pain by alleviating pressure from the damaged tissues and structures. Plantar Fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain and describes the inflammation of the ligament that extends from the heel bone to the toes, called the plantar fascia. The fascia becomes irritated and inflamed from overuse, strain or injury,  resulting in heel and arch pain. Plantar fasciitis typically causes a stabbing pain in the bottom of your foot near the heel. The pain is usually worst first thing in the morning and on standing after rest. 

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achilles painWhen the biomechanics of the feet and legs are off, muscles and tissues can get overused and strained, causing damage. Orthotics help relieve this pain and facilitate the proper functioning of the lower limbs. Achilles tendinopathy is a common example of pain at the back of the heel that may radiate up into the calves. It occurs due to overuse, strain or injury to the Achilles tendon, the band of tissue that connects calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to the back of your heel bone. This condition often occurs in active individuals, especially when they increase the intensity or duration of their runs activity.

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arch painFlat feet, or fallen arches, is a postural deformity in which the arches of the foot come into complete or near-complete contact with the ground. Flat feet can sometimes be associated with pain in the feet, ankles, lower legs, knees, hips or lower back. Orthotics are used to support the foot’s natural arch and help the muscles and tissues of the feet to function optimally again. This reduces strain, overuse and can alleviate a variety of symptoms and painful conditions.

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‘Growing pains’ is not a normal part of a child’s development. Pain is our body’s way of letting us know that something isn’t right, and in the case of growing pains, it’s all about the strain on growing bones and muscles. Orthotics work to support the proper functioning of the lower limbs as your child grows and alleviate growing pains by reducing tension away from the painful areas.

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 Shin pain often occurs in those that are physically active and participate in running. Often known as ‘shin splints’, there are various causes of pain at the front of the shins and these are often associated with poor foot biomechanics and functioning. By assessing foot function, we prescribe and create orthotics that reduce abnormal strain and tension away from the shins and alleviate painful symptoms.

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The most common cause of forefoot pain is from overloading, which means excess stress and pressure on the bones, joints and tissues at the front of the foot. This can cause numerous pathologies and injuries. Orthotics very effectively relieve this pain and allow the damaged structures to heal by redistributing weight and pressure.

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Knee pain can arise from a variety of causes – stress from the thighs, the quads, the shins, the calves and from poor foot posture and function. Knee pain is often associated with high-impact sports and activities such as running and jumping and is often an ‘overuse’ injury. Orthotics help to correct the functioning of muscles and tissues that stress the knees, as well as correct any alignment issues that may stem from the feet.

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    "The good physician treats the disease; the great physician treats the patient who has the disease."

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    Hanan Kane BHSc (Pod.)

    Principal Podiatrist & Managing Director

      Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live.

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      Martin Kane BHSc (Pod.)

      Orthotic Specialist & Managing Director

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