I have been working for a specialized children’s shoe store for over 10 years now that focuses on children with foot and leg problems, but we provide regular shoe fittings as well. We carry some of the most supportive children’s shoes and orthotics, and over the years I became familiar with the best orthotics for children.
Supportive Insole for Mild Cases of Pronation
This orthotic is medically approved with targeted cushion and support that provides relief from flat feet, growing pains, overpronation, growing pains, and other foot complaints.
The main reason why I recommend this orthotic is because it provides excellent arch and heel support, and at the same time is not as invasive as other orthotics. This mean that this orthotic allows your toddler’s foot and leg muscles to develop on their own while supporting them.
✅ Specifically created for toddlers who need arch support and suffer from flat feet and heel pain.
✅ Made from lightweight yet supportive, cushioning material with shock-absorbing heel padding.
✅ Ergonomically designed to help relieve pressure and foot pain on the heel and arch.
✅ This insole can easily be resized with scissors for a customized fit.
You will need to remove the original insoles of your toddler’s shoes before placing this orthotic inside the shoes.
Supportive Orthotic for Moderate or Severe Cases of Pronation
This orthotic mechanically support the pieces of the foot that causes the foot to be flat such as the heels.
I recommend this orthotic for toddlers with rolled ankles, overpronation, low muscle tone, hypermobility, toe walking, and knock knees.
✅ Deep heel cup that helps control the alignment of the heel and lower leg.
✅ Medial and lateral flanges to help keep the foot aligned over the orthotic.
You won’t have to remove the original insoles of your child’s shoes before placing this orthotic inside the shoes.
Take a look at the chart below to figure out what size to order based on your child’s shoe size:
Unsure Which Orthotic to Choose for Your Toddler’s Foot Condition?
Do not hesitate to contact me if you are having trouble deciding which orthotic will work best for your toddler’s specific foot condition: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are having trouble finding a pair of shoes to fit your kids’ orthotics please refer to an article that I wrote called where I describe the best kids’ shoes that fit orthotics. Go to the link below: