One Size. Priced per Pair. Adds medial arch support for fallen, weak, or high arches and pronation problems
• Self-Adhesive: Stays firmly in place
• Washable and reusable
Podiatrist designed Pediroller. An exercise aid, for immediate pain relief for Plantar fasciitis Helps relieve heel and arch pain, tired feet, plantar fasciitis and heel spurs. Can be frozen for greater relief. Latex free. Great for massage.
1 sheet 22.5cm x 45cm in 2mm, 5mm, 7mm or 10mm thickness.
The weave provides added resilience and performance for optimum pressure absorption.
For protection of corns and callus/hard skin.
With soothing foot massage gel. Podiatrist designed Carnation Pediroller offers immediate relief from aching, tired feet and common foot pain in the heel and arch. For relief from: heel and arch pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs and Aids circulation. Pediroller can be frozen. Download the exercise sheet below.
Podopro Flatfoot Wedge is best used in high heels, trainers, smart shoes and other types of designer shoes that lack arch support but do not accommodate orthotics.
Designed to be discrete inside tight fitting shoes and provides just enough support to balance the foot and cushion the arch. Its wedge shape supports weakened and fallen arches while correcting and stabilizing your foot’s natural shape. Comes in a pair.
Leather covered heavy duty support in lightweight Durasoft acrylic with built-in heel cushion, valgus support and metatarsal pad. Designed to relax muscles, ligaments and tendons and provide relief from fallen arches and splay foot problems. There is an adhesive circle on the underside of the insole.
Leather covered lightweight acrylic support with built-in heel cushion and metatarsal pad. Designed to relax muscles, ligaments and tendons and provide relief from fallen arches and splay foot problems. In category Arch supports.
Soft dual density silicone gel insole provides shock absorbtion and pressure relief to sensitive areas. Relief for heel, ankle, knee and back. Supportive arch provides superior comfort and control of the rear and mid-foot areas.
Dual density silicone gel insole absorbs shock under high pressure areas while supporting the rest of the foot
and relieves heel, arch and forefoot pain.
A full length heavy duty support manufactured in lightweight “Durasoft” acrylic, incorporating a metatarsal pad and finished with a high quality top cover.
The DS6 Decompression Foot Sleeve with K-Zone® Technology simulates therapeutic taping to relieve the painful symptoms of moderate to severe Plantar Fasciitis, heel pain, foot swelling, and other arch & heel conditions. White available.
Invented due to a big recognition in the market place of a ¾ Length insole. Great for tight fitted shoes. All standard arch pieces (firm, medium, light) and metatarsal pieces (medium, light only supplied and required for this style) come in the packaging. Excellent for shock absorption and foot fatigue. Available in Womens & Mens.
OrthoSole insoles provide the perfect fit, just for you. The removable support pads gives you six different combinations to let you completely customize your insole to match your body, foot and lifestyle. That means more comfort and stability for a body that feels and performs better in everything you do.
These ultra-thin polypropylene made insoles provide the ultimate comfort and correction for feet in everyday shoes.
Engineered by Rightstride, First Step Daily orthotics have specifically been designed for people who suffer from pains in the feet, knee and lower back when they wear everyday shoes. These shoe inserts are extremely thin, light and flexible so they take up very little room in the shoe, and because the base is made out of a polypropylene material it provides maximum support for the feet.
Insoles For Foot Arch Pain: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment
What is Arch Pain?
Arch pain is the term used to describe symptoms that occur under the arch of the foot.
The arch is formed by a tight band of ligaments that connect the heel bone to the metatarsal heads at the base of the toes. This band acts as shock absorption and plays a vital role in the efficient functioning of the foot during walking (Biomechanics). Due to stresses and strains on the ligaments the area becomes inflamed and it can often cause a burning sensation, or 'burning feet', under the long arch of the foot.
What causes Arch Pain?
There are a number of possible causes for arch pain, but the most common is due to structural imbalances of the foot, such as over-pronation (inward rolling of the feet) whichcauses excessive stretching of the ligaments along the sole of the foot.
This condition is also known as Plantar Fasciitis whereby the inflamed band of ligaments causes arch pain which is usually worse early in the morning as the ligaments (plantar fascia) become contracted and tighten as you sleep through the night. When awakening and walking in the morning, the fascia is still tight and prone to irritation when stretched. When walking or standing for long periods, the plantar fascia becomes inflamed and painful. The condition will exacerbate with overuse such as running, walking on hard surfaces, combined with inadequate or non-supportive footwear.
Treatment and prevention of Arch Pain
It is important to consider what is causing the Arch Pain, for example it may be due to the inadequacy of footwear. At the acute stage, the application of ice compress is useful to reduce inflammation. Later heat and anti-inflammatory gels can be a big help.
Stretching exercises should be continued long after the symptoms are gone. The plantar ligaments and calf muscles need to be stretched regularly. A useful exercise is standing on the edge of a step where the forefoot is in contact with the step yet the remaining back foot is hanging over the edge. Push the weight of the body down and you will feel the stretch.
Arch support insoles that fit into shoes are useful as they will prevent some stretching. This is particularly useful at the early stages of the condition. Long term solutions lie in the use of insoles and orthotics that will correct any imbalance as well as support the log arch.
Rest the foot while the condition is present and avoid long distance walking and vigorous sport activities.
This information is for guidance only. If you are in doubt at all, please consult your nearest health professional.