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Orthotic Insoles - Arch Supports - for Flat Feet plantar fasciitis - Cushion for Fallen Arches, Heel and ankle Pain


Advanced design orthotic supports for fallen arches featuring strong arch and metatarsal support.

  • WALK AND RUN WITH EASE Advanced design orthotic supports for fallen arches feature strong arch support and metatarsal support. Designed to support and help re-align an over pronating foot which can be the main cause of foot and ankle pain. Most cases of heel pain are caused when a band of tissue in the foot, known as the plantar fascia, becomes damaged and thickens. Plantar fasciitis is the medical term for the thickening of the plantar fascia.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT & DURABLE - Orthoses are insoles that fit inside your shoe to support your foot and help your heel recover. Our plantar fasciitis ( also known as Policemans Heel) Orthoses insole with arch support products are created using a premium quality memory foam whiuch is lightweight durable for advanced cushioning, shock absorbing heel and forefoot padding. These insoles offer both long-lasting durability and leading levels of comfort.
  • CUSHIONED FOR COMFORT and to REDUCE PAIN - You'll immediately feel benefit as the memory foam insert fits to your personal foot shape, reducing pain and speeding recovery but it does take time to retrain the way you walk restoring natural foot function and allow joints to function more properly.
  • TRIM TO SIZE - These insoles can be trimmed with scissors to fit your shoes too your exact size. Wear with shoes, boots, trainers, sandles, slippers etc. These full length version is designed for shoes, trainers and boots. Can help reduce pain and treat Plantar Fasciitis, Flat Feet, Painful Arches, Shin Splints, Over Pronation, Ankle Pain, Heel Spurs, Morton's Neuroma, Bunions, achilles heel, Metatarsalgia, Lower Back, Aching Legs and Knee Pain.
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - Reduce pain and increase comfort when walking and standing. This guarantee is backed by our refund or exchange policy, giving you total peace of mind.

The plantar fascia is a tough and flexible band of tissue that runs under the sole of the foot. It connects the heel bone with the bones of the foot, and acts as a kind of shock absorber to the foot.

Sudden damage, or damage that occurs over many months or years, can cause tiny tears (microtears) to develop inside the tissue of the plantar fascia. This can cause the plantar fascia to thicken, resulting in heel pain. The surrounding tissue and the heel bone can also sometimes become inflamed.

Heel pain is a common foot condition. An estimated one in 10 people will have at least one episode of heel pain at some point in their life.

People who run or jog regularly, and older adults who are 40-60 years of age, are the two main groups affected by heel pain.

There are a number of treatments that can help relieve heel pain and speed up your recovery. These include:
  • resting your heel
  • avoiding walking long distances and standing for long periods
  • regular stretching
  • stretching your calf muscles and plantar fascia
  • pain relief
  • using an icepack on the affected heel and taking painkillers, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • wearing well fitted shoes that support and cushion your feet
  • running shoes are particularly useful
  • using supportive devices such as orthoses (rigid supports that are put inside the shoe) or strapping

Orthoses are insoles that fit inside your shoe to support your foot and help your heel recover.

Around four out of five cases of heel pain resolve within a year. However, having heel pain for this length of time can often be frustrating and painful.
In about one in 20 cases, the above treatments aren't enough and surgery may be needed to release the plantar fascia.

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