See Our Pedorthist for Foot Orthotics in Fredericton, NB.

The shape of your feet and various foot conditions can impact how you feel when walking. A pedorthist can help with mobility problems, reduce pain, and improve your quality of life.

Menzies Pedorthic Services in Fredericton, NB offers orthotics. We evaluate the function of your feet to design and fabricate a pair of foot orthotics customized to ensure the best outcome for you.

Get Custom Relief.

Many continue to suffer from pain because they are unaware there is a solution. Custom-made foot orthotics in Fredericton, NB, can be the answer to your problems.

When scheduling an appointment with our certified pedorthist in Fredericton, NB, you will recieve a complete foot assessment to determine if foot orthotics can help. We’ll explore your options and design a custom solution to meet your needs.

Help Is an Appointment Away.

With custom-made foot orthotics, the Menzies Pedorthic team is ready to help.

Our History

Menzies Pedorthic Services Inc. was established January 1st, 2020. Purchased from the owners of A.R. Menzies Sons Ltd. and previously known as their “Pedorthic Department”. Services such as assessments, fittings of custom made foot orthotics, custom made footwear and orthopedic footwear were provided by Certified Pedorthists and Orthotists for many decades at A.R. Menzies & Sons Ltd., established in 1920. Clients that are familiar with A.R. Menzies & Sons Ltd. can expect the same level of quality service from locally and privately owned Menzies Pedorthic Services Inc.

David Roth

C. Ped. Certified Pedorthist

David started his career in Pedorthics as a Pedorthic Technician in 2007, at A.R. Menzies Sons Ltd. in Fredericton, NB. In the fall of 2009, he became a Certified Pedorthic Technician through the Pedorthic Association of Canada (PAC) and College of Pedorthics Canada (CPC).

Summer of 2018, David completed the Pedorthist Certificate Program at Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA, followed by completing the Certified Pedorthic exam from the American Board of Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics, along with the PFA Canada exam in Pedorthics, obtaining a C. Ped. designation as a Certified Canadian Pedorthist.

Born and raised in New Brunswick, David takes pride in serving clients from New Brunswick and abroad. With his 15 years of combined technical and clinical experience, he’s ready to help you get the relief you need from foot and lower limb-related issues.

Professional Organizations

American Board for Certification
Pedorthic Footcare Association

Frequently Asked Questions

A Certified Pedorthist is a health professional who has trained and studied in helping manage painful issues related to feet. This skill set includes fitting, fabricating, adjusting or modifying orthotic devices that reflect the level of education and training received.

A doctor’s prescription is required to book an assessment.

Sometimes a medical doctor will have a detailed treatment plan for you in mind. They can also leave a treatment plan to the discretion of the Pedorthist.

Please be sure to check with your insurance provider for required prescription details (ie: what is being prescribed and why). You will also need to inquire as to how often you are covered by your plan for foot orthotics (ie: once every year, once every two years, etc.).

Foot orthotics are a custom made medical device that are removeable from footwear and designed to help relieve foot pain or lower limb discomfort.

As long as your shoes fit you properly, have a removeable footbed and are made of good quality construction (not too flexible), the above criteria will assist in a successful fit of your foot orthotics.

Footwear is a very important part of our foot health. Footwear that lacks support or doesn’t fit properly (ie: too short or too narrow) can cause or increase foot pain and discomfort. Feet lengthen and broaden naturally throughout adulthood as we lose the elasticity in our connective tissues. Most often a lace up or velcro closure shoe is best, as they provide the most secure fit.

  • Heel pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Heel spurs
  • Metatarsalgia (ball of foot pain)
  • Morton’s foot
  • Bunions
  • Hallux abducto valgus
  • Hallux limitus and rigidus
  • Calluses
  • Neuroma
  • Arch pain

In 1948 the American Board for Certification in Prosthetics, Orthotics and Pedorthics was established. It wasn’t until 1990 that Canada had their first designated credentials for Pedorthists, followed by the second in 2014.

The materials used are primarily made of heat moldable materials. Exposure to anything warm/hot like woodstoves, hair dryers or electric baseboard heaters can be damaging. Allow foot orthotics to air dry naturally to avoid any mishaps. Keeping them out of your pets reach is recommended.

Our Office

  • 33 Rookwood Avenue
    Fredericton, NB
    E3B 2L8