Custom Orthotics

Custom Orthotics

Why We Get Better Patient Outcomes

Rather than designing your orthosis based on what can be billed to your insurance, we manufacture your device according to what’s best for you. We believe that taking good care of our patients and driving the best patient outcomes possible will bring us more patients. Matt and Mike have both managed offices for other owners prior to opening Elite together. The common theme at most facilities is trying to squeeze every dime out of each patient that walks in the door. The business model is very different at Elite. We strive to consistently achieve the best patient outcomes possible.  This is how we have grown and are successful.



Orthotics are complicated! A great outcome takes a clinician that is capable of asking the right questions, checking the right metrics, and making a proper assessment. This is how we are able to determine what the best option for our patient is. Do you actually need a custom designed and fabricated orthosis? Or would something “off the shelf” work better?

We see cases every day that the best option for our patient may be a solution we can’t bill for at all. If a heal wedge is a better solution than a custom AFO, we try the wedge first. What we do here at Elite is GET BETTER PATIENT OUTCOMES. Billing as much as possible for whatever is the most expensive device covered by a patient's insurance is a disturbing trend in orthotics and prosthetics. At Elite, each case is individually evaluated with the patient’s needs first, not what’s best for our checking account. The mechanics of each solution are explained to the patient so that they have a complete understanding of what their issue is. Then we discuss what options we are suggesting to resolve the patient’s issue, and why.

From custom wrist braces to microprocessor KAFOs and transfemoral prosthetics, every case is treated the same here.

If you are looking for the best outcome for any orthosis or prosthesis, trust in Elite. If you present with an unusual prescription which we are not as familiar with, we can help guide you to a facility that is. As an example, plagiocephalic molding helmets for infants would be typically be referred to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, simply based on their familiarity with the design and fitting processes, and the number of helmets that they have provided with high quality outcomes.

About Mike and Matt

Mike Casey and Matt Daniels have teamed up to bring the North Valley the highest level of orthotic and prosthetic care available. Now servicing the communities of Chico, Oroville, Gridley, Yuba City, Corning, Willows, Paradise, Chester, Susanville, and all areas in between. Combined, Mike and Matt have well over 40 years experience in the field. Both practitioners have a passion for helping patients and have developed the most advanced facility ever built in the North Valley.


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