Phits 3D Orthotics
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Phits 3D Printed Custom Orthotics
Phits Custom Insoles
Deansgate osteopathic Clinic offers complete bespoke 3D printed Phits insoles, these can be as a resolution to a injury for gait analysis, or they may be part of a rehabilitation plan to gain maximum functionality and performance.
Phits is the worlds first high tech 3D printed insole, specifically designed based on your dynamic gait analysis using RSscan Foot Scan.
Phits 3D printed insoles offer optimal efficiency, superior stability and extreme durability whilst having minimal bulk and being lightweight.
The Phits design portal is integrated with Footscan V9 software.
Prescribing bespoke insoles has never been more simple and straightforward with precise, scientifically predicted parameters to help ensure the perfect insole for you!
Whether you are an elite athlete, a weekend warrior, a fell walker or warehouse worker on your feet all day, Phits will help your feet to adopt the correct foot motion, improve your movement efficiency and minimise your risk of injury.
Phits Custom-made orthotics Phits are tailor-made for your individual needs utilising the latest technology to create an orthotic specific to you, with a design that is contoured you your feet to provide the support, dynamic movement in the right places.
The benefits are far reaching, giving better function and increased efficiency. Evidenced based research has shown: They assist in injury management Improve performance Contribute to injury prevention This leads to continuity of training, reducing the breaks form niggles and injuries from training.
Greater comfort Phits 3D insoles are suitable for a large variety of shoes, such as narrow and wide fitting, commonly used in football shoes, work wear, cycling and running shoes to name a few, as they are a bespoke design to you the list is endless.
Phits Material Even though 3D printing speaks to our imagination, the technology isn’t new. It’s been in use since the early nineties. Initially it was mostly used for prototyping, but the large players, such as Materialise, have helped it evolve rapidly toward design and usable end products.
Applications among others: hearing aids, knee prosthetics, hip prosthetics and orthopedic drill guides, but also lighting and design furniture. Different forms of 3D printing exist, but the most commonly known variant is FDM, in which wires are molten together layer by layer.
Extremely suitable good for prototyping, but completely inadequate for producing insoles because it is too slow, lacks accuracy and most of all it doesn’t provide the necessary strength.
When creating a pair of Phits, we use a much more advanced technology, called Selective Laser Sintering. During this process, a very fine powder (we use PA or Nylon) is hardened and bonded together layer by layer.
The result is a very light, very strong final product, made to measure for the end user.
Deansgate Osteopathic Clinic offer complete bespoke 3D printed Phits insoles are specifically designed, based on your dynamic gait analysis using RSscan Foot Scan.
Offering optimal efficiency, superior stability and extreme durability whilst having minimal bulk and lightweight.
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