Why insole?

Not all people are alike and not all feet are the same

Each one of us is different and so is our foot structure. Sometimes they are not even the same between each other.

Our shoes, on the other hand, come from mass production lines and are not tailored to us individually, so that the unique structure of the consumer’s feet cannot be addressed.

In a fast-paced, modern world, our feet carry a huge burden! It is a small surface area on which the body’s muscles, tendons, strings and bones are placed. Our feet are required to support many activities such as standing, walking and running.

Moreover, our daily routine and the burden of our feet require standing on different surfaces such as asphalt, kurkar, paving. ..These can increase damage and loads to joints, spine, cartilage and more. The insoles provide us with a solid foundation and support for our activities and the spine.

What symptoms and symptoms will Foot Care Insoles treat?
  • Foot Structure Problems – Flat or convex foot structure indicates the need for orthopedic insoles to address the imbalance.
  • Impaired Leg Structure – Legs with tight knees that tend to move in or out of each other will indicate imbalances and the need for insoles to balance this tendency and reduce the load from the knee joint.
  • Repeated warts – warts are a common phenomenon that causes swelling in the foot pillow and indicates an asymmetrical distribution of the foot load. By adjusting the insole we can avoid this common phenomenon.
  • Heel Spur Heel is a product of pressure and strain on the heel of the foot. The insole will provide support for the entire foot and help prevent the pressure exerted on the heel.
  • Back Hacks – Need Orthopedic Insole Support to Prevent Shocks and Spinal Pressure.
  • Vascular disease, diabetes, osteoarthritis – a disease that affects the joints including hips, knees and feet. The insoles will be used to prevent side effects and make things worse.