Monday, 30 April 2018
Even if you're not suffering from any medical problems caused by flat feet, we understand why you would want to get rid of the problem altogether. Though surgery or physical therapy are known to provide great results, we're here to offer you a few other suggestions before deciding to do anything as drastic as that. There are two main options that can help you get rid of flat feet at home: foot exercises and customised shoe insoles, and this short article is here to help you familiarise yourself with both of them.
Monday, 19 March 2018
Your arches (the spaces on the inner side of your feet) are one of the most important parts of your feet, making it possible for your feet to sustain your body weight. They also reduce the amount of damage everyday activities do to your feet and shift the energy your feet absorb while walking into your next step. Since they are such an important part of how your body works, it’s important that you get to know them as well as possible.
Tuesday, 18 August 2015 | Admin
We at Shoe Insoles know most conditions come and go but Flat Feet are forever, so it’s a good thing we know precisely how to make your life-long relationship with your feet be a sweet one. If your arches just don’t hold up when it comes to following a ‘normal’ shape, don’t worry, we’ve got a range of great insoles and inserts to keep your shoes comfy and feet happy. With approximately 1 in 5 of all adults thought to be living with flatfeet, also known as fallen arches, Pes Planus and Pes Planovalgus, there’s no reason anything about your lifestyle – or even sense of style – has to change.
7 CommentsMonday, 17 August 2015 | Alex
If your feet are bothering you but you don't know why, our graphic is the ideal solution. Simply click on the area that is giving you trouble and see our detailed guides on how to combat the conditions.
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Wednesday, 8 July 2015 | John
Flat feet (also known as fallen arches) are when the arches of the foot touch the ground when you stand up. This can be because of a lower arch than normal or no arch at all. This condition is very common, and most people with flat feet have no problem. However, the condition can cause extra strain on the tissue of the foot and surrounding areas.