Find Your Foot Condition

7 CommentsMonday, 17 August 2015  |  Alex

Find Your Foot Condition


Shona Heather
Thursday, 8 June 2017  |  19:00

Hi I have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome and I'm not sure which type of insole I need, the in my feet is just behind my toes and pain in the ball of my foot is severe and I also can get blister bubble as friction causes immense heat, I'm looking for something that I can use in sandals gives pain relief with no friction! Can you help?


Anthony Walters
Sunday, 1 October 2017  |  20:47

I'm getting terrible pain in my feet after standing for a while especially in the metatarsal area and also stinging in the tips of my middle toes. What could be the cause of this. Regards A walters


Alex
Monday, 2 October 2017  |  15:42

Hi Anthony,

If you are suffering from chronic foot pain, we would have to recommend that you see a specialist for a full and accurate diagnosis of your condition.

From your symptoms, however, it sounds as though you may be suffering from Morton's Neuroma. This is a condition that occurs when a nerve between your feet becomes inflamed.

Once again, I must stress that I am not medically trained and that it is important that you consult a medical professional. To find out more about Morton's Neuroma, please see our guide in the knowledge centre.

Best wishes,

Alex at ShoeInsoles.co.uk


Ms P Brennan
Saturday, 14 October 2017  |  14:43

Hi. I have been diagnosed with hallux rigidus, and have been given a pair of Slimflex Simple insoles. Having looked through your site, it would seem that a more specialist pair such as the RSL Steeper hallux rigidus insoles would be a far better choice. I can't really see how the Slimflex Simple would even help. What would you recommend?


Ruth Wylie
Sunday, 22 October 2017  |  10:27

I would be grateful if you could let me know if you have any products suitable for intoeing. I am a 43 years old.

Kind regards

Ruth Wylie


Beverley Porter
Sunday, 8 July 2018  |  23:27

hi i have a problem with the ball of my foot it splits and becomes very painful i already wear the pedag arch supports so is there anything i can use along side of the arch supports to cushion just under the ball of my foot


Alex
Monday, 9 July 2018  |  9:07

Hi Beverley,

Thanks for getting into contact with us. I would recommend, rather than another Shoe Insoles, that you take a look at our selection of creams and gels for cracked heels (available here: https://www.shoeinsoles.co.uk/creams-and-gels.html). These should help to protect and repair the damaged skin.

I hope that this helps!

Best wishes,

Alex at ShoeInsoles.co.uk

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