To use a Dr. Scholl's Custom Fit Orthotic Center, remove your shoes, and step onto the machine's mat, lining your feet up with the machine's guide marks. The screen displays images of your feet and uses color-coded foot mapping to show the areas of high and low pressure.
Follow the machine's prompts to hold the support bar, lift one foot and balance on the other, and vice versa. This helps the machine determine how the pressure changes when your feet are in motion. The machine takes the information gathered by its 2,000 sensors to determine which of the 14 Dr. Scholl's orthotic inserts are most effective for you. The machine provides a product recommendation on the screen, and most machines feature displays of the products to make them easier for customers to purchase.
Dr. Scholl's Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts were developed in collaboration with podiatrists to provide superior comfort, support and shock absorption. The company says that the inserts are constructed of quality, long-lasting material. The inserts are three-fourths of an inch long, which helps them fit in all types of shoes and also helps them stay in place. The inserts also use an arch support system for foot comfort and support.