Our 3D-printed orthotics are lighter, stronger, and have greater flexibility than traditional polypropylene milled orthotics.

  • Superior in weight, strength and flexibility than polypropylene
  • Customisation like never before
  • Identical reproducibility for those patients that want “exactly the same second pair”

Envirofoam (TPU) Orthotics are a very light and durable 3D

printed insole with almost zero waste produced during


  • Sustainable alternative to traditional EVA orthoses
  • Choice of 6 densities from very soft to firm
  • Multiple density option allows customisation of density zones within the device.

iOrthotics still offer traditional EVA (ethyl vinyl acetate) orthoses using reductive milling

  • Available in soft, medium, hard and dual density

We offer a shell-only option which allows other practitioners, podiatrists and orthotic labs to send their own design files for 3D-printing or EVA milling.

  • Access highest quality 3D printed orthotics
  • This is a time-saving and cost-saving option for those that are keen designers
  • Fully control your own designs
  • Quick turn around times

At iOrthotics we have developed our own range of 3D printed EnviroPoly and EnviroFoam semi custom foot orthoses. They are ready to be finished to the same standard and customisation as you are familiar from our custom orthotic range. Both types of 3D printed devises are available in three prescriptions.

  • Medial – 3 degree VR intrinsic RF post
  • Medial plus – 8 degree VR intrinsic RF post
  • Lateral – 2 degree VL intrinsic RF post, increased lateral arch, lowered medial arch. Envirofoam also has a forefoot valgus post


iOrthotics is Australia’s provider for Surestep devices.

The Surestep SMO (supramalleolar orthosis) revolutionized orthotic management for children with hypotonia. Through the use of extremely thin, flexible thermoplastic, the Surestep SMO compresses the soft tissues of the foot with its patented design; stabilizing children while still allowing for natural development.

For more information visit the Surestep website

and sign up for the provider course 

In addition to the Surestep SMO (Supramalleolar Orthoses), Surestep has a range of AFO (Ankle Foot Orthoses) to meet your patients needs.

  • Indy 2 stage
  • Advanced AFO
  • Big shot AFO
  • Pullover AFO
  • Hinged AFO

Surestep Shoes are specifically designed to fit comfortably over your child’s AFOs and SMOs.

  • wide design
  • deep toe boxes
  • fun colors
  • removable insoles


Heel Raise

Common Indications

Achilles Tendonitis: Reduces strain on the Achilles tendon

Leg Length Discrepancy: Compensates for minor differences in leg length

Plantar Fasciitis: Alleviates tension on the plantar fascia by elevating the heel

Calf Muscle Tightness: Relieves tension in tight calf muscles

Heel Pain: Reduces impact on the heel by providing additional cushioning

Full Length Raise

Common Indications

Leg Length Discrepancy: Corrects significant differences in leg length

Hip Replacement Recovery: Aids in proper gait alignment post-surgery

Chronic Hip Pain: Alleviates pain by ensuring balanced leg length

Pelvic Tilt: Corrects pelvic tilt by compensating for leg length discrepancy

Lower Back Pain: Reduces strain on the lower back caused by leg length imbalance

Rocker Sole

Common Indications

Forefoot Ulceration: Reduces pressure on the forefoot to facilitate healing

Metatarsalgia: Alleviates pain in the forefoot by reducing pressure during walking

Hallux Limitus/Rigidus: Promotes a smoother gait pattern by limiting motion at the big toe joint

Foot Drop: Aids in foot clearance during the swing phase of gait

Arthritic Conditions: Eases joint pain by reducing motion at the metatarsophalangeal joints


Common Indication

Medial or Lateral Ankle Instability: Provides additional support to the ankle on the affected side

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD): Stabilizes the foot and ankle to reduce strain on the posterior tibial tendon

Flatfoot (Pes Planus): Supports the medial arch to correct pronation and improve alignment

Arthritic Conditions: Alleviates pain by stabilizing the affected joint, particularly in cases of medial or lateral ankle arthritis

Peroneal Tendonitis: Supports and protects the peroneal tendons on the lateral aspect of the ankle

Sole Flare

Common Indication

Medial or Lateral Ankle Instability: Provides increased stability on the affected side by widening the base of support

Forefoot Pain: Alleviates pressure on the forefoot by widening the shoe sole, reducing metatarsal head loading

Varus or Valgus Deformity: Helps to realign the foot and ankle by providing additional support on the appropriate side

Toe Deformities: Offers more room and reduces pressure on deformed toes

Ankle Arthritis: Reduces ankle joint stress by providing a broader base of support, improving stability and reducing pain

Relasting and Resoling

Common Indications

Uneven Wear: Corrects shoe wear patterns to ensure proper foot alignment and comfort

Structural Foot Deformities: Accommodates changes in foot shape due to conditions like bunions or hammertoes

Loss of Shoe Integrity: Restores the structural integrity of the shoe to enhance support and stability

Customization: Allows for adjustments to the shoe fit based on individual foot shape and comfort needs

Prolonging Shoe Lifespan: Extends the life of the shoe by replacing worn-out soles and restoring the fit, reducing the need for new footwear


PLS (Posterior Leaf Spring)

Common Indications

Foot Drop: Helps lift the foot due to dorsiflexion weakness.

Mild to Moderate Ankle Instability: Provides support for weak or unstable ankles.

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation: Stabilizes the ankle and foot during recovery.

Cerebral Palsy: Assists walking in patients with mild spasticity or weakness.

Muscle Weakness from Neurological Conditions: Aids in conditions like Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease to improve gait.

Articulated AFOs

Common Indications:

Drop Foot with Active Dorsiflexion: Supports foot drop while allowing ankle movement.

Ankle Instability: Provides medial-lateral stability with controlled ankle motion.

Hemiplegia: Assists gait in stroke patients with some ankle control.

Spastic Cerebral Palsy: Manages spasticity while permitting ankle flexion/extension.

Post-Surgical Recovery: Stabilizes and supports the ankle during rehabilitation, allowing controlled motion.

Low Profile Articulated AFO

Common Indications

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD): Supports and stabilizes the ankle to correct flatfoot deformity.

Chronic Ankle Instability: Provides medial-lateral ankle support to prevent recurrent sprains.

Severe Pes Planus (Flatfoot): Offers structural support and alignment for flatfoot conditions.

Arthritic Conditions: Reduces pain and improves function in arthritic ankles and feet.

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome: Alleviates symptoms by supporting the foot and reducing nerve compression.

Solid AFO

Common Indications

Severe Foot Drop: Provides complete support for significant dorsiflexion weakness.

Severe Ankle Instability: Offers maximum stability for weak or unstable ankles.

Spastic Cerebral Palsy: Controls spasticity and improves alignment and gait.

Post-Surgical Immobilization: Ensures immobilization and protection during healing.

Severe Arthritic Conditions: Stabilizes the ankle and foot to reduce pain and improve function.

SMO (Supramalleolar Orthotic)

Common Indications

Mild to Moderate Pronation: Corrects excessive inward rolling of the foot.

Pediatric Flatfoot: Supports arch development in children with flat feet.

Ankle Instability: Provides medial-lateral support for unstable ankles.

Hypotonia: Helps stabilize the ankles and improve gait in low muscle tone conditions.

Mild Spasticity: Manages mild spasticity while allowing more ankle movement than an AFO


Common Indications

Severe Pronation: Corrects excessive inward rolling of the foot.

Flexible Flatfoot: Provides arch support and corrects alignment.

Heel Pain: Alleviates pain by stabilizing the heel and supporting the arch.

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD): Supports the arch and reduces strain on the tendon.

Foot Deformities: Manages various foot deformities by controlling alignment and motion.