Runner's Knee

Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Superfeet Green vs Superfeet Orange Insoles

Once you've realised that the insoles that came with your shoes aren't cutting it, and you could be enjoying a whole lot more comfort with a new pair of footbeds or inserts, you'd hope there isn't much more work to do. The reality is that deciding between the vast range of insoles can be difficult, so we've had our experts tackle one of the most common insole questions around: which insoles to choose, Superfeet Green vs Superfeet Orange Insoles?

Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Superfeet Blue vs Superfeet Green Insoles

Choosing the right pair of insoles isn't always as simple as it ought to be. You know that you'd like some extra comfort, support or stability than what your shoes currently provide, but the vast array of insoles and footbeds available can be daunting. At ShoeInsoles.co.uk, we've made it our mission to make it as easy as possible to get exactly the results you want from your insoles, so we've had our insole experts break down one of the most common insole questions around: Superfeet Blue vs Superfeet Green?

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.

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. Runnerís Knee is caused by precisely this damage being dealt to the muscles around your kneecap (patella). It is not a serious problem but a sore knee is probably your bodyís way of telling you to make a change to your walking routine before those serious issues do start to arise.

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