Orthotics are prescription medical devices that help correct biomechanical foot issues. They are designed to provide support, correct alignment, and improve the function of various parts of the body, particularly the feet, ankles, and lower limbs. They are commonly used to address issues related to foot mechanics, alleviate discomfort, and enhance overall mobility. Orthotics can come in various forms, including shoe inserts, insoles, arch supports, braces, and splints. They can also help with foot pain caused by medical conditions such as plantar fasciitis, ankle instability, sports-related injuries, diabetes, and foot deformities.