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Orthotic Insoles

The solution to foot pain is to provide extra support and comfort with the help of orthotic insoles. Whether its tendonitis or Plantar Fasciitis, choose shoe insoles that are right for you, then simply slip them in your shoes or stick them to your feet to walk comfortably when you're out and about.

Flat Foot Insoles

If you have little to no arches and your feet press almost or completely to the ground, known as flat feet or fallen arches, regular shoes can be uncomfortable. This can cause pain in the feet, ankles, knees, hip and even the back. Orthotic insoles can add support to this fallen arch with cushioning to provide comfort and to stop your feet from rolling inwards.

You can choose a variety of insoles for flat feet, including micro insoles that just sit in the arch of your foot to provide support and protection here, or full insoles that sit inside your whole shoe. There are also insoles designed to correct flat feet in children, so your little ones can play with their friends without feeling any discomfort.

Arch Support

Even those who do not suffer from fallen arches often need to provide additional support. For example, additional arch support helps to correct your balance, which helps if you have bad walking habits.

Balance is also very important to runners, as any vibration or imbalance can slow down running time. Bad balance can also affect your running technique, giving you pains and problems while training, so choosing an insole with lots of support is vital.

Heel Support Insoles

Heel support insoles redirect pressure away from the sensitive areas, meaning that you won't get sore heels even with long periods of movement. For those who stand or walk for long periods of time, heel support is very important. Insoles come in a U-shape and, if you choose gel silicone insoles, you'll be able to easily transfer the insoles between shoes.

Also great for athletes, heel insoles absorb shock impact, absorbing some of the pressure from your feet and joints.

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