Stability Insoles are designed to provide the proper foundation for your feet. When your feet are not properly aligned, this can cause instability and improper balance causing many common injuries such as a rolled ankle, a torn ligament, fracture, or even a bad fall. When your feet have the proper support that they need, this will not only help your foot pain, but will also reduce pain in your ankles, knees, hips, and back by aligning your body literally from the ground up.

Stability Insoles provide proper arch support and a deep heel cup to help keep your heel locked in place and are available in a low arch, neutral arch, or a high arch orthotic foot support. If you are unsure what kind of arch type you have, please visit our video directions on how to do the “Wet Test”.

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Metatarsal Pads, or met pads for short, are designed to be placed directly below the metatarsal heads of your foot. They are ideal for use when suffering from metatarsalgia, morton’s neuroma, sesamoiditis, and arthritis of the foot. Metatarsal pads help to keep your forefoot and toes spread in their natural position.

When you bend your forefoot back, you will notice an arch that runs from one side of your foot to other. Directly under that arch in the middle will be where you need to place your new met pads.

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How I Discovered the Hard Way I Needed a Foot Arch Support

  For years I went without foot arch support and never knew or understood the reason why people even bothered with shoe orthotics and arch support or even other types of shoe inserts. Little did I know, I was actually harming my foot by not wearing a foot arch support.   Then one day, I interviewed a podiatrist on my health television show who explained why podiatrists depended on arch supports and orthotics to help their patients. He observed and evaluated my feet and decided on a pair of orthotics I needed for my shoes. Full Story

Many people who have larger foot sizes or even wide widths can have a hard time finding the perfect support. Knee, hip, and back pain can all be caused by not having the correct foundation for your feet and most of the time wide width shoes do not provide that. Whether you need a cushioned, semi-rigid, or rigid arch support, we have a little something for all the larger widths and sizes.

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