Posts Categorized: Foot Care Articles

Cavus Foot and Orthotic Insoles

The feet are our foundation. All of our body weight rests on the feet as we stand. Our weight shifts from foot to foot as we walk or run. Add to this that our weight is multiplied as we walk or run and it is easy to understand that our feet take a pounding from […]


POSTERIOR TIBIAL TENDONITIS Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 Posterior Tibial Tendonitis, which runs along the foot and inside the ankle, develops due to overuse or strain.  When this tendon fails to perform correctly, additional foot disorders such as arch pain, heel pain, heel spurs, fallen arches (flat feet) or even plantar fasciitis can develop. Strain results […]

The “NEW”Spenco Polysorb Walker Runner Insoles

The Spenco Polysorb Walker Runner Insoles have been one of our best sellers.  The Insole was very close to the Polysorb Cross Trainer Insoles with the only difference being the thickness of the forefoot cushioning.  The Walker Runners were slightly thinner to allow extra toe room. But now, the Walker Runners have been completely revamped.  […]

Sof Sole Massaging Gel Insoles

Every now and then something special comes along.  Something so remarkable that people take notice.  Something that can change the status quo.  The new Sof Sole Massaging Gel Insoles are that something and they are now available and they are making a big splash. With over 100 cushioning cells, the Sof Sole Massaging Gel Comfort […]

Insoles Make My Shoes Too Tight. What Can I Do?

Generally, Insoles take up a little more room in your shoes than the standard factory insoles that come with the shoes.  This is because the replacement Insoles have more cushioning, more arch support and provide benefits such as deep heel cups, metatarsal pads, and forefoot cushioning. The tradeoff is, they are thicker which means they […]