When you’re researching different insoles and trying to compare potential buys, there can be a lot of jargon that can get in the way of you knowing exactly what you’re looking at. We’ve created this “quick reference” guide to help you understand what these different properties are, what they do, and what’s best for each.
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Insoles
Hi there. If you’re reading this post, I’m going to assume that you’re interested in what insoles can do for your feet, whether it’s preventing future pain, relieving existing pain, or just providing you a greater level of comfort day in and day out. Or maybe you’re just wondering why anyone would bother buying a…
Turf Toe and What you Need to Know
Turf Toe happens when your big toe joint is forcibly hyperextended, or bends upwards too far too suddenly, causing stress on the ligaments around the joint which are called your metatarsophalangeal joints or MTP joints. Turf Toe can affect everyone, not just football and soccer players (who tend to be affected most)!
Best Insoles for Walking
We walk almost every day, whether from the car to the office, from the car to the store, around the neighborhood, or even from the couch to the kitchen. When walking, we typically do not think of the effects it has on your feet, and most people do not consider having an orthotic insole in…
A callus is a protective thickening of the skin that develops due to recurrent friction and pressure. Most calluses are found on the ball of the foot or on the heel; although, calluses can form in other places on the foot.