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Monday, 2 November 2015  |  John
Exercises for Hallux Rigidus

Hallux rigidus is arthritis of the main joint of the big toe. It causes the big to become stiff and painful because the toe cannot bend as much as it should. Thereís no definitive cause, and thereís no easy cure for it. However, exercising your big toe can help relieve the pain and other symptoms it can bring.

Monday, 2 November 2015  |  John
What Are Rugby Insoles?

Rugby insoles, as the name might suggest, are insoles which are made to help improve your performance on the rugby pitch. They have a variety of features specifically designed to benefit rugby players where and when they need it.

Friday, 14 August 2015  |  Admin
A Shoe-In for Golf: Golf Insoles

The USA PGA Championships have begun, somewhere in the crowds of world class golfers exists the champion of 2015 Ė at Shoe Insoles we canít say who will bear the trophy, but we guarantee heíll be wearing insoles when he does it.

Friday, 14 August 2015  |  Admin
The PGA Championships Have Begun!

The USA PGA Championships have begun, somewhere in the crowds of world class golfers exists the champion of 2015 Ė at Shoe Insoles we canít say who will bear the trophy, but we guarantee heíll be wearing insoles when he does it. As well he should be, because lush green fields aside, this world-class tournament is no walk in the park.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015  |  John
Sports Insoles: What You Need to Know

If you're playing sports on a regular basis, you might not know it but you probably need insoles. A whopping 3 out of 4 people have a running gait that is likely to cause foot conditions — that's odds that no-one should face. Luckily there are a number of sports insoles that you can use to help solve these problems, no matter what sort of surface you are on or what activity you are doing.

Friday, 7 August 2015  |  John
Exercises for Hammer Toe

Hammer toes is where the joints of one or more of the lesser toes (the toes which arenít your big toe) curl. They can be painful and tend to cause corns and calluses to form on the areas of the foot which hammer toes force to rub against the inside of shoes.

Thursday, 23 July 2015  |  Alex
Running with Plantar Fasciitis Infographic

Are you a runner who is suffering from Plantar Fasciitis? It's not really a fun thing to suffer from and it is made doubly bad when it is preventing you from getting out there and getting your exercise fix. Worry not because at Shoe Insoles we've got everything that you need to lick plantar fasciitis without having to sacrificing your runs.

Thursday, 23 July 2015  |  Alex
Running with Shin Splints Infographic

Do you suffer from Shin Splints and wonder, "How am I going to keep running?" Maybe you're training for a big race, perhaps you can't live without running — whatever the case may be, it is hard to stop running when you've been bitten by the bug. Luckily we've compiled a guide to help keep you out on the road to help and lessen your suffering.

Monday, 20 July 2015  |  Admin
What is Runner's Knee?

Runnerís Knee, also known as patellofemoral knee pain, is the name given to a pain and discomfort originating in the knee joint. Like those tricky little bones that cause Sesamoiditis in your foot, your knee is also one big Sesamoid, a bone that isnít directly connected to other bones, but held in place exclusively by tendons and muscles, both of which are far more vulnerable to injury.

Monday, 20 July 2015  |  Admin
Runner's Knee: Treatment and Stretches

Runnerís Knee is no run in the park, but if youíve found yourself suffering from this condition then donít be too downhearted - treatment of Runnerís Knee has the silver lining of reconditioning your body to run at its best. By targeting the problem areas such as the pelvis and thighs, the targeted exercise routine used to cure sore knees ultimately stands you in better stead for all your future activities.


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