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  1. Remove your shoes existing insoles if possible
  2. nsert your insoles into the shoe. If necessary, trim edges to fit using existing insoles as a guide for trimming.
  3. Use the cut lines under your insoles for further accuracy
  4. Ensure your insoles are situated against the back of the shoe.

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Increases The Balance Control for Stance
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Help Reduce Lower Back Pain
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Reduces Knees
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Reduces Stress
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Types of foot pain

As the feet are under so much pressure it's common that at some point in a person’s life, they will have foot pain, it can be a result of wearing incorrect footwear, posture or both. The most common types of foot pain that can all be relieved by wearing insoles are:

Heel Spurs

An abnormal bone growth on the bottom of the heel which is caused by wearing the wrong shoes or an abnormal walk or posture. Many people have heel spurs but it is more likely to hurt if you have flat feet or high arches. Again, a support insole will help provide additional stability to the feet helping to reduce pain.

Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)

A pain on the bottom of the heel is likely to be plantar fasciitis, this occurs when the band of tissue that supports the arch of the foot becomes irritated or inflamed. This can happen when too much pressure is placed on the foot and the strong ligament on the bottom of the foot is either damaged or tears. Support or sport insoles are a recommended treatment for plantar fasciitis, these insoles are generally made from harder materials such as rubber and provide increased stability rather than cushioning.

Flat Feet (Fallen Arches)

This is when the arches of the feet flatten out when standing or walking, in severe cases surgery may be necessary but shoe inserts particularly arch supports or a walking cane or brace will treat the condition.

Bunions

A bony bulge along the edge of the foot generally caused by wearing uncomfortable or ill-fitting shoes. Anyone can get them and people with bunions often also have hammertoes - when your second, third, or fourth toe bends at the middle joint, creating a hammer-like appearance. Comfort insoles which are normally made from foam are a good option, these will not only absorb shock but also cushion the foot easing pressure off painful areas.

Types of foot pain

As the feet are under so much pressure it's common that at some point in a person’s life, they will have foot pain, it can be a result of wearing incorrect footwear, posture or both. The most common types of foot pain that can all be relieved by wearing insoles are:

Heel Spurs

An abnormal bone growth on the bottom of the heel which is caused by wearing the wrong shoes or an abnormal walk or posture. Many people have heel spurs but it is more likely to hurt if you have flat feet or high arches. Again, a support insole will help provide additional stability to the feet helping to reduce pain.

Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)

A pain on the bottom of the heel is likely to be plantar fasciitis, this occurs when the band of tissue that supports the arch of the foot becomes irritated or inflamed. This can happen when too much pressure is placed on the foot and the strong ligament on the bottom of the foot is either damaged or tears. Support or sport insoles are a recommended treatment for plantar fasciitis, these insoles are generally made from harder materials such as rubber and provide increased stability rather than cushioning.

Flat Feet (Fallen Arches)

feet helping to reduce pain. Flat Feet (Fallen Arches): This is when the arches of the feet flatten out when standing or walking, in severe cases surgery may be necessary but shoe inserts particularly arch supports or a walking cane or brace will treat the condition.

Bunions

A bony bulge along the edge of the foot generally caused by wearing uncomfortable or ill-fitting shoes. Anyone can get them and people with bunions often also have hammertoes - when your second, third, or fourth toe bends at the middle joint, creating a hammer-like appearance. Comfort insoles which are normally made from foam are a good option, these will not only absorb shock but also cushion the foot easing pressure off painful areas.

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