General versatile orthotic, suitable for many pathologies and types of footwear.With an expertene forefoot pad it provides great cushioning with strong support thanks to the Carbon TX double reinforcement in the mid and rear foot.
The Benefits of Custom Insoles:
Improves back, knee, leg and ankle health
Fewer calluses, corns, and bunions
Reduced lower back pain
High archesAchilles tendonitis
Custom Orthotics Can Change Your Life!
Custom orthotics are designed to support problem areas in your feet. This can relieve heel pain, help compensate for a toe joint deformity, and even lift an arch.
Foot orthotics can correct this misalignment of bones beginning with your feet, creating a positive domino effect upward, until your posture improves, alleviating back pain.
Custom orthotics change the way your body moves, and they absorb more impact when you walk, run, or stand.
In addition to reducing your back pain, this added shock absorption may help alleviate pain in your ankles, knees, and hips. And that could very well improve the quality of your life.
Your feet may not be the first area that comes to mind when you’re trying to get to the root cause of your back and joint pain, but it’s certainly worth investigating as part of the problem.
How does it work?
A mould of your foot is taken using state of the art high definition (HD) vacuum technology – imagine a hi-tech footprint in the sand.
2. Heat Moulding
A composite insole is vacuum heated to soften and bond the specific materials together, before being placed in the HD mould. Your foot is then placed on the insole to form an exact mould of your foot.
3. Shaping and trimming
After your insoles have set to your exact foot shape, they are hand finished with high density form to stabilise and customise the support in your shoes and then hand trimmed to exactly fit.
While discomfort is your symptom, underlying structural abnormalities are often the culprit when it comes to foot pain. Rather than masking your pain, custom orthotics correct the underlying cause, such as collapsed arches (pronation) or high arches (supination).