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Odofeet Flat Feet insoles are biomechanically engineered to alleviate pain associated with flat feet.
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Cushioning soles alleviate shock forces on the heel, helping reduce heel pain and plantar fasciitis symptoms
Orthotic insoles with the anatomical arch support for heel pain provide support and unsurpassed cushioning
Arch support that prevent the foot from rolling inwards, stabilizing and enhancing comfort from heel to toe
Our Cushion technology is engineered to support the heel for maximum pressure relief on heels spurs
Ergonomic soles made by EVA and superior cushioning, reducing most of the shock from getting to the knees
Absorb impacts, softens every step you take and prevents much of the shock from getting to back pain
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What is a flat foot?
The normal soles of human feet are naturally arched, but for those with flat feet, the soles of the feet are basically flat and there is no obvious arch. When standing, the inside of the soles of the feet can directly touch the ground.
Flatfoot, also known as flat foot deformity, refers to the low or disappearance of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot caused by congenital or acquired causes, often accompanied by heel valgus and forefoot abduction deformity. Most flat feet are asymptomatic, and a few are accompanied by symptoms such as ankle pain, which can be called "flat feet".
Flatfoot is a general term for a group of diseases of the foot characterized by the collapse of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot and accompanied by pain in the ankle as the main symptom.
Symptoms of flat feet:
It is usually located on the medial side of the foot (post-medial hindfoot pain) and worsens after prolonged standing or walking, often with progressive aggravation. Occasionally, pain can also be located near the lateral malleolus of the ankle. This is the result of the valgus of the hindfoot due to the collapse of the arch, followed by the impingement of the fibula with the calcaneus.
Painful extra-articular swelling, especially at the navicular tubercle.
3. Abnormal gait
Pain in the affected foot and collapse of the arch of the foot can lead to a decline in running or even walking ability, and abnormal gait, such as the squat gait.
4. Pain and abnormal gait
It can affect other joints of the body, such as excessive valgus and internal rotation of the affected foot, resulting in compensatory valgus of the knee joint and compensatory external rotation of the hip joint, etc., which may cause knee, hip, lower back and other parts pain and arthritis. Individuals with flat feet may have back pain as the only symptom.
5. Severe flat foot deformity
It can be seen that other joints of the foot and ankle are affected, such as the subtalar joint and the transverse tarsal joint, with reduced flexibility or even stiffness.
6. Flat feet
Can be accompanied by plantar fasciitis, sinus tarsi syndrome and so on.
There are congenital and acquired causes of flat feet. If it is congenital flat feet, it may be possible to achieve good results through the correction of flat foot insoles. If it is an acquired flat foot, the use of a flat foot insole will cause a certain correction effect. As long as the patient chooses a flat foot orthotic insole in combination with their own symptoms, a good volatilization can be achieved.
Why use flat foot insoles? what's the effect?
Flat foot insoles have a certain effect on the treatment of flat feet, and can achieve a certain conditioning effect, especially to relieve pain at the beginning. The use of flat foot insoles can improve the pressure of the arch, and can also achieve a certain effect of regulating the height of the arch, helping to relieve fatigue and pain symptoms. Feet with flat feet are often in valgus pronation. The use of flat foot insoles can effectively improve the arch of the foot, improve and correct the position and state of the foot, and make the ankle into a normal neutral posture, thereby significantly relieving the symptoms caused by flat feet and improving Function.
Flat foot insoles have a certain effect on the treatment of flat feet, and can achieve a certain conditioning effect, especially to relieve pain at the beginning. By using flat foot insoles, the pressure on the arch of the foot can be improved, and it can also achieve a certain effect of regulating the height of the arch of the foot, helping to relieve the symptoms of fatigue and pain.
Feet with flat feet are often in valgus pronation. The use of flat foot insoles can effectively improve the arch of the foot, improve and correct the position and state of the foot, and make the ankle into a normal neutral posture, thereby significantly relieving the symptoms caused by flat feet and improving Function.
Flat foot insole is a brace with orthopedic effect, mainly in the early stage of flat foot, when the user belongs to soft flat foot, the flat foot insole is corrected by external force to improve the shape of the arch of the foot, and cooperate with other rehabilitation and physiotherapy methods to produce a corrective effect.
However, for severe flat feet with abnormal bone development, the treatment of flat foot insoles also has better results. When adolescents' foot arches are not yet mature, flat foot insoles have a certain auxiliary role in improving the shape of the foot arches. Especially long-term wearing of flat foot insoles, combined with changes in living posture and local massage, can often produce certain effects.
What is a flat foot insole?
The flat foot insole structure includes a bottom layer, a fitting layer, a support layer, and a convex cushion block, which is arranged at the position corresponding to the second and third metatarsal regions, and is filled with polymer foam particles; the support block in the arch area is arranged at the corresponding The position of the medial arch area fits the contour of the foot arch and is filled with polymer foam particles; the second elastic recovery layer is arranged at the position corresponding to the first, fourth and fifth metatarsal areas, and is made of solid auxetic polymer particles. The hardness of the bottom layer is greater than that of the supporting layer and that of the fitting layer, which can not only provide stable support, but also provide wearing comfort. Comfortable orthopedic effect.