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Feb 28, 2017

Shoe Inserts for Heel Pain: Is an Insole Enough?

If you suffer from heel pain, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with all the options available for you to try. Do you need to see a podiatrist? Will an over-the-counter insole work for you? Here’s a concise guide to what you need to know about shoe insoles for heel pain. Causes of Heel Pain There are many possible reasons you’ve developed pain in your heels. The Mayo Clinic lists some of these as common causes, among others: - Stress fractures- Heel spur- Achilles tendonitis- Plantar fa...

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Feb 28, 2017

Morton’s Neuroma Foot Pain

Relieve Foot Pain with Insoles for Morton’s Neuroma Have you felt like you’ve been walking on a pebble that’s stuck in your shoe with continuous pain in the ball of your foot? If so, this is Morton’s Neuroma. Morton’s Neuroma is a condition where the tissue that surrounds the aggravated nerve leading to the toes thickens. Linked to the wearing of high-heel shoes, most people are able to relieve neuroma foot pain by switching to more comfortable, low-heel shoes and leveraging insoles for Morton’s Neuroma. Common Symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma Burning pain in ...

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Feb 27, 2017

Choosing the Best Shoe Insoles for Heel Pain

If you’re experiencing heel pain, it’s important that you choose the right insole for your foot and that you do it soon – don’t wait any longer to get relief. Let us help you learn about the different kinds of available shoe insoles for heel pain so you can make an educated decision. The Best Insoles for Plantar Fasciitis If you’re one of the many sufferers of PF, Powerstep has several inserts for you to choose from. Learn more about them now. The Pinnacle Maxx and Pinnacle Full Length provide maximum cushioning and excellent support for your whole foot and ...

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Feb 27, 2017

Common foot ailments

The ailments below are some of the most commonly experienced foot conditions. Powerstep® orthotics can help alleviate and even prevent some of these issues from developing. Pronation Excessive pronation does not allow the foot to supinate and stabilize its movement, creating many foot problems including: Plantar fasciitis/heel pain  Bunions and tailor bunions  Hammertoes  Calluses  Neuroma’s  Haglund’s deformity (pump bump)  Ankle and knee pain ...

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