Are you one of the many Tucsonians who suffer from pain in your feet, legs or back? We want to help!

Are you one of many Tucsonians who suffer from pain in your feet, legs or back?


We want to help!

About Simply Feet

At Simply Feet we specialize in the design and manufacture of custom made orthotics designed to correct common foot pain, over-pronation, heel and arch pain, heel spurs, flat feet, plantar fasciitis as well as problems resulting from diabetes. Our expertise lies in evaluating and educating our customers by providing comfort/relief solutions.

Custom Orthotics Tucson | Several images | custom orthotics Tucson fabrication, foam box foot mold and fitting custom orthotics Simply Feet is a leading orthotics manufacturer with many years of experience in the design and production of custom made orthotic shoe inserts and devices as well as providing several over-the-counter options as well.

Our products are the result of many years of research and product trials. For our product development, we use the latest technology and highest quality, designed to provide the wearer with maximum walking comfort and foot pain relief. We custom make our own orthotics in house using the most comprehensive casting & fabrication methods available.

Established in 2007, Simply Feet is a store dedicated to solving foot, leg, and back problems. With over two decades of experience, we have spent the last 16+ years fine-tuning our in-depth foot evaluations in order to educate the customers and design and fabricate our custom-made-orthotics. Our custom orthotics are made in-house and designed to reestablish proper foot biomechanics, body alignment, and proper weight distribution in order to solve problems with your feet, which in turn help out your whole body feel better. We take the guesswork out of the problem and give you the best possible solutions for your pain.

"It took me three years to finally pursue getting custom orthotics from Simply Feet in Green Valley, and I regret that I waited so long. The service, care, professionalism, knowledge and expertise were first rate, and now that I use my orthotics every day, I no longer get cramps in my toes when I walk around for just a couple of hours. What a relief! Anthony will educate you and personalize your service. I have already recommended him to others! Don't wait!" ~ Catherine L.

About Simply Feet

At Simply Feet we specialize in the design and manufacture of custom made orthotics designed to correct common foot pain, over-pronation, heel and arch pain, heel spurs, flat feet, plantar fasciitis as well as problems resulting from diabetes. Our expertise lies in evaluating and educating our customers by providing comfort/relief solutions.


Custom Orthotics Tucson | Several images | custom orthotics Tucson fabrication, foam box foot mold and fitting custom orthotics

Simply Feet is a leading orthotics manufacturer with many years of experience in the design and production of custom made orthotic shoe inserts and devices as well as providing several over-the-counter options as well.

Our products are the result of many years of research and product trials. For our product development, we use the latest technology and highest quality, designed to provide the wearer with maximum walking comfort and foot pain relief. We custom make our own orthotics in house using the most comprehensive casting & fabrication methods available.

Established in 2007, Simply Feet is a store dedicated to solving foot, leg, and back problems. With over two decades of experience, we have spent the last 16+ years fine-tuning our in-depth foot evaluations in order to educate the customers and design and fabricate our custom-made-orthotics. Our custom orthotics are made in-house and designed to reestablish proper foot biomechanics, body alignment, and proper weight distribution in order to solve problems with your feet, which in turn help out your whole body feel better. We take the guesswork out of the problem and give you the best possible solutions for your pain.

"It took me three years to finally pursue getting custom orthotics from Simply Feet in Green Valley, and I regret that I waited so long. The service, care, professionalism, knowledge and expertise were first rate, and now that I use my orthotics every day, I no longer get cramps in my toes when I walk around for just a couple of hours. What a relief! Anthony will educate you and personalize your service. I have already recommended him to others! Don't wait!" ~ Catherine L.


Anthony Allen - Cped/Owner

Certified Pedorthist

(520) 399•1365

cped@simplyfeetaz.com
American Board for certification orthotics prosthetics pedorthics logo

The founder and owner of Simply Feet and inventor of our Custom-Made Orthotics. An ABCOP Certified Pedorthist with experience in CAD/CAM for Fabricating Foot Orthoses (Orthotics). Over 2 decades of experience helping tens of thousands of customers and patients like you alleviate your foot pain and find the precise comfort you are looking for. Has a passion to improve the quality of life for his family, friends and to those who need it.


“Every moment you live is a miracle that should be enjoyed, that is the meaning of life”
~ Anthony Allen, C. Ped.


What Are Custom Orthotics?


Orthotics (also known as orthotic insoles, shoe inserts, or orthoses) are devices placed inside the shoes with the purpose of restoring our natural foot function. This is necessary when the natural biomechanical balance of our lower body has been disrupted by over-pronation.

Many common complaints such as heel pain, knee pain, and lower back pain are caused by poor foot biomechanics. Biomechanics is the science that studies the body’s movements during walking, running, and sports.

The most common form of bad foot biomechanics is over-pronation, which is the dropping of the arches and rolling inwards of the feet and ankles and affects an estimated 70% of the population.

Orthotic insoles correct over-pronation and realign the foot and ankle bones to their neutral position, restoring natural foot function. In turn, this will help alleviate problems not only in the feet, but also in other parts of the body, such as the knees, hips, and lower back.

Check out of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below for more information.



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FAQ's

When it comes to offering custom-made orthotics and arch supports, questions can and do arise. We have compiled a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions to help aid you in your understanding of our services. Simply click on any of the questions below to reveal the answers. Of course, should you have any other questions not listed please do not hesitate to contact us directly by filling out the form below.
Why Do We Need Custom Orthotics?
It is estimated that 70% of the population suffers from a condition called over-pronation due to flat feet or fallen arches. This condition presents itself in varying degrees of severity, with some people over-pronating more than others. The fact that so many of us suffer from over-pronation due to fallen arches can be contributed to the hard, flat surfaces we walk on daily. Other factors that play a role include: age, weak ligaments, and excess body weight. As a result, over-pronation is much more prevalent in people in their fifties and older, and also in overweight persons.
How Are Custom Orthotics Different From Regular Shoe Insoles?
There’s a significant difference between regular insoles and orthotics. Regular insoles are purely designed to provide a cushioning effect and shock absorption. They may feel comfortable at first, however, they do not address any biomechanical problems, i.e. they are not designed to correct over-pronation. On the other hand, orthotics are a functional device, designed to correct and optimize our foot function. Some insoles also feature arch support, however, they tend to be mostly made of soft materials. As a result, the support they provide is often too weak to have any effect.
How exactly do orthotics work?
First of all, orthotics do a lot more than merely support the arches. Orthotics realign the feet and ankles and restore deficient foot function. In addition, orthotics enable a more even weight distribution, taking pressure off sore spots (e.g. the heels, the ball of the foot, corns in between toes, and bunions). They also provide some degree of shock absorption, but this is not their main purpose. The main purpose of an orthotic insole is to improve foot function, in many cases reducing pain and preventing serious problems and injuries in the future.
How much do Orthotics and Supports cost?
We offer our One Year Orthotic Therapy Program, which includes evaluation, education, fabrication, dispensing and one full year of follow up for adjustments, for only $400
How long do Orthotics last?
3-4 years. By then they begin to break down or your feet change and they should be replaced.
Are you qualified to offer such a specialized service?
Yes. Our founder Anthony Allen is a Board Certified Pedorthist with over 2 Decades of experience helping 10,000′s of local customers and patients, as well as those who come from out of town and other states, obtain the comfort and pain-free results they were looking for by correcting the problems with his Custom-Made Orthotics as well as being educated on the problem and creating a plan that will give the best chance of creating a supportive and pain-free situation for the customer or patient.
Should I see a Doctor first before I come to you for an evaluation and fitting?
As we are not Medical Doctors we do not diagnose, prescribe nor offer surgical procedures. If you feel you are in need of a medical diagnosis it is recommended that you see a licensed physician. If you have had recent surgery, are a diabetic, or have insensate feet it is our recommendation that you inform your doctor and obtain his/her approval before ordering our products.
Do you offer any Discounts or Special Offers?
Yes. If a customer buys one pair of orthotics at the regular price, they will be able to buy additional sets of orthotics at $150 off the regular pricing on the same day. After the initial purchase day, the customer may buy any additional orthotics at $100 off the regular price within a 6-month period from the initial purchase date of the orthotics. After 6 months, your feet change enough where it is recommended that you get cast again if you would like to purchase an additional pair of orthotics.
How long is the process to get a pair of Custom-Made Orthotics?
The first step is setting up an appointment for an evaluation. The evaluation process typically takes about 30-40 minutes and includes measurements of foot size, static-gait (standing) analysis, pedograph (pressure-mapped footprints to check weight-distribution, hot sports, alignment, and arch definition), making an impression of the foot for plaster cast, and education with questions and answers. After purchase, it will take approximately 2-5 days to fabricate. The day of pick up (dispensing) will take anywhere from 15-30 minutes to make the final trimmings and make sure the orthotics are cut to your footwear for that perfect fit.
What do I need to have available for our first visit?
It’s best to have a few styles of your current footwear so that the Pedorthist knows how to make the orthotics with the proper design to give comfort and relief. If you have current or past orthotics, please have those available as well so that the Pedorthist considers necessary support that you may have gotten used to or that you need for past or current problems.

Don't let pain and discomfort keep you from what you love doing, take back control of your life. Contact us today!

(520)399-1365



FAQ's

When it comes to offering custom-made orthotics and arch supports, questions can and do arise. We have compiled a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions to help aid you in your understanding of our services. Simply click on any of the questions below to reveal the answers. Of course, should you have any other questions not listed please do not hesitate to contact us directly by filling out the form below.
Why Do We Need Custom Orthotics?
It is estimated that 70% of the population suffers from a condition called over-pronation due to flat feet or fallen arches. This condition presents itself in varying degrees of severity, with some people over-pronating more than others. The fact that so many of us suffer from over-pronation due to fallen arches can be contributed to the hard, flat surfaces we walk on daily. Other factors that play a role include: age, weak ligaments, and excess body weight. As a result, over-pronation is much more prevalent in people in their fifties and older, and also in overweight persons.
How Are Custom Orthotics Different From Regular Shoe Insoles?
There’s a significant difference between regular insoles and orthotics. Regular insoles are purely designed to provide a cushioning effect and shock absorption. They may feel comfortable at first, however, they do not address any biomechanical problems, i.e. they are not designed to correct over-pronation. On the other hand, orthotics are a functional device, designed to correct and optimize our foot function. Some insoles also feature arch support, however, they tend to be mostly made of soft materials. As a result, the support they provide is often too weak to have any effect.
How exactly do orthotics work?
First of all, orthotics do a lot more than merely support the arches. Orthotics realign the feet and ankles and restore deficient foot function. In addition, orthotics enable a more even weight distribution, taking pressure off sore spots (e.g. the heels, the ball of the foot, corns in between toes, and bunions). They also provide some degree of shock absorption, but this is not their main purpose. The main purpose of an orthotic insole is to improve foot function, in many cases reducing pain and preventing serious problems and injuries in the future.
How much do Orthotics and Supports cost?
We offer our One Year Orthotic Therapy Program, which includes evaluation, education, fabrication, dispensing and one full year of follow up for adjustments, for only $400
How long do Orthotics last?
3-4 years. By then they begin to break down or your feet change and they should be replaced.
Are you qualified to offer such a specialized service?
Yes. Our founder Anthony Allen is a Board Certified Pedorthist with over 2 Decades of experience helping 10,000′s of local customers and patients, as well as those who come from out of town and other states, obtain the comfort and pain-free results they were looking for by correcting the problems with his Custom-Made Orthotics as well as being educated on the problem and creating a plan that will give the best chance of creating a supportive and pain-free situation for the customer or patient.
Should I see a Doctor first before I come to you for an evaluation and fitting?
As we are not Medical Doctors we do not diagnose, prescribe nor offer surgical procedures. If you feel you are in need of a medical diagnosis it is recommended that you see a licensed physician. If you have had recent surgery, are a diabetic, or have insensate feet it is our recommendation that you inform your doctor and obtain his/her approval before ordering our products.
Do you offer any Discounts or Special Offers?
Yes. If a customer buys one pair of orthotics at the regular price, they will be able to buy additional sets of orthotics at $150 off the regular pricing on the same day. After the initial purchase day, the customer may buy any additional orthotics at $100 off the regular price within a 6-month period from the initial purchase date of the orthotics. After 6 months, your feet change enough where it is recommended that you get cast again if you would like to purchase an additional pair of orthotics.
How long is the process to get a pair of Custom-Made Orthotics?
The first step is setting up an appointment for an evaluation. The evaluation process typically takes about 30-40 minutes and includes measurements of foot size, static-gait (standing) analysis, pedograph (pressure-mapped footprints to check weight-distribution, hot sports, alignment, and arch definition), making an impression of the foot for plaster cast, and education with questions and answers. After purchase, it will take approximately 2-5 days to fabricate. The day of pick up (dispensing) will take anywhere from 15-30 minutes to make the final trimmings and make sure the orthotics are cut to your footwear for that perfect fit.
What do I need to have available for our first visit?
It’s best to have a few styles of your current footwear so that the Pedorthist knows how to make the orthotics with the proper design to give comfort and relief. If you have current or past orthotics, please have those available as well so that the Pedorthist considers necessary support that you may have gotten used to or that you need for past or current problems.

Don't let pain and discomfort keep you from what you love doing, take back control of your life. Contact us today!

(520)399-1365


Schedule A Consultation or Orthotic Fitting


By offering you a free Orthotics Fitting we are able to provide you with solutions that are tailored made to you and your specific needs.

• Identify Hot Spots
• Check Weight Distribution
• Check Foot Alignment
• Identify Differences Between Feet that Cause Knee, Hip, & Back Problems


We are Open by Appointment Only


Please fill out the form on this page to set up an appointment for your own evaluation and a member of our staff will contact you as soon as we are available.

(520) 399•1365

We are located at:

5956 East Pima Street #130, Room 2
Tucson, AZ 85712

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