Foot Scan Machine and Custom-made Insoles

Dr Swapnil Verman is the first and only foot & ankle surgeon in the Mathura district who offers foot scan machine, 3D analysis of foot & ankle and customizable foot insole machine.

Dr Swapnil Verman

Dr. Swapnil, the best orthopaedic surgeon in Mathura, offers foot scanning facility with a state-of- the-art diagnostic tool- the foot scan machine. He is the only specialist in the Mathura district who is entirely focused on ankle and foot health, ushering in a revolutionary development in the field of podiatric therapy.

Dr Verman has changed the medical landscape in Mathura City by introducing the foot scan machine. With its advanced 3D analysis capabilities for the foot and ankle, the ground-breaking technique represents a significant advance in the field of personalised healthcare. Complementing this cutting- edge technology is the Customizable Foot Insole which is ideally suited to each patient’s particular foot anatomy and demands.

With these revolutionary developments, Dr. Swapnil Verman has transformed foot and ankle care in Mathura and its surrounding areas.

Dr Swapnil Verman

MBBS, D.Ortho, DNB Orthopaedic Surgery

What Is a Customised Insole?

Have you ever heard of a personalized foot solution that can make your every step pain-free and comfortable? Welcome to the world of Customised Insoles – foot orthoses that are tailor-made to match your unique foot mechanics. Designed with precision to restore the natural balance of standing and walking, these innovative insoles are especially made according to the bio-mechanics of an individual.

Why Go for Custom-made Insoles?

Originally, sand and grass were among the soft, natural surfaces on which our feet were intended to move. But modern living frequently keeps us on hard, flat ground, which presents difficulties for our feet including flattening and twisting. Therefore, these customised insoles provide crucial support to stop these biomechanical problems.

The foot posture is the foundation of the body’s structural stability. When the posture deteriorates the alignment between the ankle, knee and hip gets skewed. This causes pain in your neck, lower back, hips, knees, feet, and knees. Here is where we come in.

Insoles that are contoured to correct foot posture enhance the alignment of the ankle, knee, and hip. This results in improved lower limb biomechanics as well as an overall improvement in body posture. Additionally, the insoles can be adjusted to remove pressure from particular parts of the foot or to distribute weight more evenly. This relieves discomfort in situations of plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, metatarsalgia, corns, and calluses and guards against injury to the diabetic foot from high-pressure points.

Who Needs These Customised Insoles?

The necessity for customised insoles extends across diverse demographics, encompassing children, the elderly, top-level athletes, and individuals with sedentary lifestyles. These insoles offer a range of preform modules, tailored to suit every shoe and individual’s level of physical activity. Specialized modules are also available for diabetic individuals, equipped with built-in shock absorbers, cushioning, and antimicrobial properties.

What Conditions Do Customised Insoles Address and When to Get A S.T.E.P.P Test Done?

Customized insoles serve as versatile solutions for a multitude of conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Foot pain
  • Heel pain
  • Knee pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Heel spur
  • Flat foot
  • High arch foot
  • Arthritis of the hip and knee
  • Diabetic foot
  • Pronated feet
  • Hallux valgus & Bunions
  • Calluses & corns
  • Shin splints
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Stress fractures
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Patellofemoral pain
  • Tibial stress syndrome
  • Illio-tibial band syndrome
  • Lower back pain
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Sinus tarsi syndrome
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome
  • Limb length discrepancy
  • Pubalgia

S.T.E.P.P TEST: Stride Test Evaluation for Plantar Pressure

A Stride Test Evaluation for Plantar Pressure (S.T.E.P.P TEST) is the analysis of your foot to check the amount of pressure you load on your feet while standing. walking or performing any activity.

A human foot has 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles and yet, it is the most neglected part of the human body. Our feet provide us with balance and stability, as well as the grip and power needed to run and walk normally. We place two to four times our body weight on each step with our feet.

Since our feet are a reflection of our overall health, diseases like arthritis, diabetes, and circulatory and nerve issues may first manifest in our feet. Understanding, assessing, diagnosing, treating, and monitoring a variety of illnesses can all be aided by observing and measuring the pressure we apply to our feet while standing and walking.

Why Take the S.T.E.P.P TEST?

  • Determines the underlying source of musculoskeletal issues that are causing ankle, knee, hip, or back pain and how they affect the foot.
  • Make return-to-play decisions
  • Evaluate Posture
  • Assess the risk for diabetic foot ulcers
  • Recognise how a condition or injury affects the rest of the body.
  • Track healing while receiving rehabilitation
  • Determine functional performance
  • Understand balance
  • Identify and choose the appropriate orthotics and assistive devices (shoes, insoles)
  • Evaluate elderly and pregnant women’s risk of falling
  • Foot and leg pain due to overuse injury, trauma and/or disorder causes reduction of mobility and hinders independence.


  1. Bipedal Stance Test: You may determine the area of high pressure and the weight distribution across the foot by executing a straightforward Bipedal Stance Test or the standing test along with measurements and foot type.
  2. Test of Foot Posture: This test involves taking a standing and overpressure stance foot picture. It provides you with information on your foot’s position and kind.
  3. Stabilometry Test: Mobility is greatly influenced by balance. You run a higher risk of falling and getting hurt if you have balance concerns. You can assess your stability by taking the stabilometry test.
  1. Dynamic Test: Walking patterns are unintentional behaviours that are learned in infancy. Your typical walking pattern can have changed as a result of an injury or condition like a fracture, ligament damage, and/or pain. Atypical walking patterns can increase energy consumption, reduce effectiveness, put more pressure on the foot, and make you tired. All of the aforementioned factors contribute to the discomfort and decreased functionality.

Tailored Solutions for Your Specific Needs 

In the world of customised insoles, a wide variety of modules cater to various purposes, making sure that people get exactly the support they need:

  1. Fragile Feet Module
    • Intended for individuals whose feet endure daily stresses beyond their skin’s natural resilience.
    • Beneficial for those with reduced foot sensation, often due to conditions like poor circulation (commonly associated with diabetes mellitus).
    • Vital for individuals who need to be vigilant to prevent unnoticed wounds, potentially progressing into ulcers.
    • Suitable for individuals dealing with metatarsalgia, varus/valgus foot issues, ankle instability, and knee pain.
  1. Pied Sensible (Sensitive Feet) Module
    • Designed for people with neuropathic conditions, offering exceptional comfort and support.
    • Ideal for medical orthopaedic use.
    • Especially helpful for individuals with rheumatic feet (arterial or diabetic) requiring maximum comfort, padding, stability, and support, particularly for plantar fasciitis.
  1. Sport D Endurance Module
    • Provides advanced support for high-intensity sports and activities.
    • Offers comfort and cushioning while maintaining momentum.
    • Addresses knee pain and mild footpad issues, as well as varus or valgus forefoot supination or pronation.
    • Suitable for those engaged in activities like endurance racing, sports, hiking, and gym workouts on hard surfaces.
  1. Multisport Module
    • Offers mild foot padding.
    • Suitable for active individuals with slightly higher walking or running demands.
    • Addresses varus or valgus foot conditions and provides necessary cushioning.
    • Ideal for activities such as endurance racing, sports, hiking, and gym workouts on hard surfaces.
  1. Sport De Glisse Module
    • Designed for professional athletes enduring extended hours of play.
    • Features a rigid resin layer for robust support during strenuous activities.
    • Ensures the longevity of the insole.
    • Recommended for sports shoes with removable soles.
    • Ideal for sports like skating, skiing, cricket, snowboarding, mountaineering, and activities requiring front-foot footwear rigidity.

The Custom Insole-Making Process

In just under 45 minutes, you can have your customized insoles ready for your needs at HAPPY HEELS, a unit of VERMAN HOSPITAL. Moreover, these insoles are designed to seamlessly fit into a wide range of footwear, including sports shoes, sandals, sliders, slippers, and formal shoes for both men and women.

Here is a description of the procedure for creating customised insoles:

  1. Analysis
    • The initial analysis focuses on observing the foot and gait patterns, assessing foot posture, and palpating the foot.
  1. Foot Scanning
    • An instrument called a tangential light podoscope is used to measure pressure points on the soles under static conditions.
    • A baropedometer is used to digitally scan the feet.
    • To assess weight pressure distribution, feet are scanned in static and dynamic situations depending on the patient’s level of activity.
  1. Moulding
    • Our unit is equipped with inbuilt panel
    • controlled suction silicon bags designed to take impressions in the neutralized foot posture.
    • This step ensures that the insoles are tailored precisely to the individual’s foot shape and needs.
  1. Finishing
    • The insole is then put through a grinding process that offloads weight from areas receiving excessive weight pressure from areas of wounds, ulcers, corns, and calluses.
    • This meticulous finishing ensures that the custom-made insoles provide optimal comfort and support.

Get Tailored Treatment with our Foot Scan Machine and Custom-made Insoles in Mathura- Consult the Best Surgeon to Treat Pain

Suffering from foot-related ailments? Look no further than Dr. Swapnil Verman, the leading expert in treating foot and ankle pain in Mathura. With a specialization in foot and ankle surgery, Dr. Verman offers comprehensive care tailored to your specific condition.

Whether you’re dealing with discomfort, pain, or mobility issues related to your feet and ankles, Dr. Swapnil Verman’s expertise and dedication to patient care ensure that you receive the best possible treatment. Trust in his experience to alleviate your foot ailments and get you back on your feet, pain- free!

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