Insoles can help correct our backs' alignment and reduce our muscle fatigue.
Due to the kind of footwear that we use (high heels, working shoes, sandals), we tend to suffer different kinds of pains. As we all know, depending on the kind of shoe we are wearing, we step differently. Sandals force us to contract our toes to walk, while high heels will damage our foot arch or even our back. Insoles act by applying constant contact with our foot, which balances the weight more evenly. This prevents us from overusing a certain part of our foot to walk, leading to smelly feet.
To sum up, insoles can be of great help for every person suffering from feet pain and pain-related to posture (may lead to back pain). We must not forget that this kind of device is for the elderly and the elite sportsman.
-correcting foot deformities
-helping the foot or ankle function better
-providing support to the ankle
-reducing the risks for further injuries
Orthotics can support the foot and reduce inflammation. High arches. Very high arches can stress muscles in the feet and lead to several conditions, such as shin splints, knee pain, and plantar fasciitis. Orthotics can help prevent a person's feet from rolling excessively inward or outward. This prevents further injuries from happening.