Dr Foot Work Insoles are designed specifically to fit into work boots and shoes. These dynamically engineered functional insoles correct over pronation and provide comfort and relief for people who are on their feet all day. The special poron heel cushion and comfortable arch support helps to reduce shock absorption and fatigue.
A common cause of foot pain and many sporting injuries is poor alignment of feet. Dr Foot’s Work Insoles treats the underlying cause of over pronation which causes sports injuries and foot pain such as ankle sprains, bunions, ball of the foot pain, flat feet, neuroma, heel pain and many other conditions.
The ideal insoles for complete foot support, comfort, correct posture and mechanics. Dr Foot’s insole is a unique foot support system intended to help relieve foot pain, while preventing foot strain and injury. A full-length, prescription like arch support prevents and treats foot pain. The result: control for feet rolling inward (over-pronation), which can pull the entire lower body out of alignment. A special fabric cover reduces slippage and heat, helping keep feet drier.
The insole is retailed in three different sizes and needs to be trimmed using the guidelines provided on the base of the insoles for an exact fit.
*Identify the left and right orthotics. Turn the insoles over and place them on a flat surface with toes facing away from you.
*If a manufacturer insole is already in the shoe, remove it. If you desire, you can use this as a template to assist in cutting.
*Using a sharp pair of scissors, carefully trim the base of the insoles along the guidelines one line at a time.
*Place the insole in the shoe and if the insole is not a perfect fit, trim the next guideline until your Dr Foot Insoles fit perfectly.
Insoles have been used for years to help people with foot pain. Traditionally when we think of insoles or orthotics we think of a hard plastic insert that is placed in the shoe. It cups the heel and supports the arch but because it is not flexible and it does not extend the full length of the foot. This tends to make this type of orthotic uncomfortable and ineffective for many people. It also repositions the arch using “Brute Force” Because it is not flexible it forces the arch into it’s correct position but does nothing to relieve the pressure that is forcing the arch to collapse, causing the foot or leg pain in the first place.
This type of hard plastic orthotic can actually cause increased pain in patients, which is the reason why we have recommended the Dr Foot Insoles for the treatment of over pronation and foot pain. They provide a flexible yet incredibly supportive and stable treatment.