Dr. Sheskier has partnered with Curafoot to make 3D orthotics generated with revolutionary infra-red computer generated orthotics. The basic shell is developed  via a quick 4-5 minute scanning. It is then modified by the doctor to meet the needs of the patient. There is a quick 8-10 day turn over to receive the orthotics. After a 2 week "breaking in" process modifications at times are necessary



CuraFoot 3D is an affordable 3D-printing platform that offers slim profile & durable custom orthotic insoles to our patients. CuraFoot 3D’s tech platform provides a much higher level of accuracy over heat molded polypropylene and carbon functional orthotics available in the market today.

Dr. Sheskier scans  your foot into the Curafoot system transmits it via internet to C-Fab lab where it is constructed and modified per Dr Sheskier's instructions.





New Orthotics/General Info:



Your new orthotics have been custom fabricated to your unique foot with a digital  scan and are designed to provide maximum comfort and appropriate bio-mechanical control to address your specific needs. Initially your body will need time to adjust to this new “foot posture”. It is very important that you follow the recommended break-in program to prevent any unnecessary discomfort or injury. Overuse of the orthotics during the break-in period may result in foot/arch discomfort or blisters, as well as ankle, knee, hip or back pain. If these symptoms occur, reduce or suspend use as described in the break-in instructions. Be sure your shoes are in good condition and not broken down. Shoes that are excessively worn will significantly diminish the effectiveness of the device. It is recommended that new orthotics be installed in new shoes. Orthotics unfortunately will not fit in all shoes and especially in certain types of dress shoes. Comfort shoe store can offer extra-depth shoes specifically designed to take orthotics



Full Length Designs: Remove any existing sock liners or shoe inserts from your shoes. Some shoes have sock liners that are glued in. These may need to be removed to provide enough space for your new orthotics. If they are too large to fit into your shoes this may cause wrinkling of the top cover. If this occurs, take the sock liners from your shoes and, after lining up the heels, carefully trace the toe box shape and trim your orthotics with scissors. Be careful not to cut too much off. The orthotics should lie flat on the bottom of the shoe with minimal “rocking”. Place the orthotics in the shoes with the orthotics as far back into the heel cup as possible. When putting on the shoe, be sure the orthotic remains completely at the back of the heel counter. Once in the shoes, the orthotics should feel fairly natural to your feet. They should provide contact over the entire bottom of your feet. It is normal to feel the orthotics slightly more or differently in one foot than in the other for the first few weeks. Orthotics also have unique properties where you will feel different pressure points and may require additional break-in time in these areas, even if you have previously worn orthotics.



Your new orthotics will take some time to get used to. It is recommended that you wear them in only one pair of shoes during the break-in period (2-3 weeks). In general,it is best to BREAK-IN ORTHOTICS with a new pair of shoes that have NOT been broken down or stretched out. Think of your shoe as the foundation of a house that you are building. Advice is available from the doctor. Properly fitting footwear is essential for the orthotic to work correctly. Start by wearing them for no more than two hours the first day, and increase wear time by one hour each day after that. It may take from two to four weeks before you can wear them comfortably all day. Avoid running or other intense activities with the orthotics until your feet have had an opportunity to adjust to the new foot posture and you can wear them 8 hours a day. For runners, it is possible that some irritation may also develop in the arch, usually just behind the big toe. If you feel a “hotness” developing in this area take the orthotics out before a blister is formed. Lubricating this area may be helpful until the skin becomes toughened up. If you experience discomfort in your feet, ankles, knees or back while wearing your new orthotics, take them out of your shoes and reduce the wear time by one hour each day until the discomfort disappears. Resume the normal break-in procedure, increasing wear time by an hour per day. If after 3-4 weeks, you are still having difficulty adjusting to the orthotics, contact our office for instructions. Your orthotics may need to be adjusted. Do not attempt to adjust the orthotics yourself. Be patient, the results will be long lasting


Your Foot Management Orthotics are fabricated using the highest quality material. The body or shell of the orthotics generally lasts 5 or more years depending on the patient’s weight and activity. If orthotics need to be cleaned, this is best done by gently wiping the top surface with mild soap and water. Avoid immersing your orthotics. If they get wet, remove them from your shoes and let them air dry. If your orthotics need repair or the top cover replaced, please contact our office.


Due to the wide variety of footwear used and activities performed, and for convenience, you may want to have more than one pair of orthotics.