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What are Orthopedic Insoles used for?

Footcare Insoles are pieces of material placed inside the shoes for added comfort, warmth, and a better fit. They make shoes more comfortable to wear. These insoles serve many other purposes, including daily wear comfort, arch support, foot, and joint pain relief, leg length discrepancy, height enhancement, plantar fasciitis treatment, and treatment of many other orthopedic conditions. Insoles keep the shoes fresh as they can be removed and cleaned. Foot insoles are termed as inserts when you buy them without any prescription in a store. These insoles may be made of materials like gel, plastic, or foam. They provide arch support or extra cushioning on the heel, around the toes, or for your entire foot. They are not custom-made.

 

Additionally, these are not designed to rectify foot problems or deformities. However, insoles provide cushioning and support to the feet. They are called orthotics when they are custom-made to treat a particular foot problem based on the prescription. They help treat many foot conditions such as diabetic foot, plantar fasciitis, bursitis, and arthritis. Orthotics can even fix flat feet. After proper clinical examination, the podiatrist will determine if you need customized insoles with corrections or not.

 

At HPFY, there is a huge collection of insoles for everyone, including children. Finely designed insoles improve absorption and dissipation of shock while providing constant cushioning. Ideal for all-day protection to relieve pain and fatigue in the feet, knees, hip, and lower back. You can explore our collection from top brands like Superfeet Worldwide today!


When to use Orthotic Insoles?


A person suffering from any of the below mentioned lower limb problem may be advised to use footcare insoles.

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How do Insoles help in Plantar Fasciitis?


Plantar fasciitis may result from excessive stress and aggravation on the connective tissue that stretches from the bone of the heel to the ball of the foot. Custom-made insoles alleviate the pain and discomfort caused by plantar fasciitis by minimizing the plantar fascia's stress and stretching when you stand or walk. The best Plantar Fasciitis insoles provide that extra layer of protection and comfort to your feet. The deep, structured heel cup of insoles cradles the soft tissue of your heel to provide an extra layer of protection from the hard surface.

 

The Powerstep Pinnacle Full Length Orthotic Shoe Insoles helps correct plantar fasciitis condition. The orthotics facilitate the user with an encapsulated design that involves a firm but flexible support shell, built-in foot support, heel cradle for motion control, and plush cushioning.

Best Insoles for Pes Cavus Deformity

Pes cavus is a foot deformity with an abnormally high longitudinal arch of the foot that does not flatten with weight-bearing. The deformity may be located in the forefoot, midfoot, hindfoot, or a combination of all these sites. It is not difficult to sorted out this condition with the help of the right kind of insoles. These insoles provide additional support to the arch preventing pain and making walking more comfortable. The extension structure in the forefoot of custom-made insoles disperse the pressure concentrated by the higher medial longitudinal arch and relieves fatigue in the lower limbs.

 

The Vasyli Hoke Supination Control Orthotic addresses the complex and biomechanically challenging Pes Cavus foot types.

Vasyli Hoke Supination Control Orthotic Features

How to clean Orthotic Inserts?

Where can I Buy Footcare Inserts

At HPFY, we have a wide range of insoles available, placed in both daily wear shoes and sports shoes. We have insoles to correct all kinds of foot conditions. We have products available from top-rated manufacturers such as BSN Medical, Spenco, Vasyli Medical, and many more. Finely designed insoles improve absorption and dissipation of shock while providing constant cushioning. Ideal for all-day protection to relieve pain and fatigue in the feet, knees, hip and lower back.


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A life span of foot insoles in case of normal wear and tear should be around 6 - 9 months. However if you are on your foot most of the times the insoles may last from 3-6 months.

In order to clean your insoles you must use a mild soap and water with nylon brush and scrub, but do not saturate insoles with water. Air-dry overnight. Remove your insoles from your shoes each night so that air can dry each side of the insoles. This is important especially if you perspire heavily.

Insoles are good for Plantar Fasciitis as they provide that extra layer of protection and comfort to your feet. The deep, structured heel cup of insoles cradles the soft tissue of your heel to provide an extra layer of protection from hard surfaces.

The Drop of an insole is the thickness of the stabilizer cap—this thickness varies depending on the insole style.

Yes insoles are always sold in pairs in order to maintain proper alignment of the feet and hips.