Insoles for Hallux Rigidus
Hallux rigidus is the medical name for the development of arthritis in the main joint of the big toe and can strongly limit the amount of motion attainable with said toe. The Shoe Insoles range of Insoles for Hallux Rigidus has been carefully selected to include the best insoles for providing support and relief from the pain caused by hallax rigidus. Hallux rigidus can cause pain in the large toe, which can lead to you walking on the outside edge of your foot, in turn creating more problems.
Hallux rigidus is the medical name for the development of arthritis in the joints of the big toe. Hallux rigidus severely limits the amount of movement that is attainable with your big toe and can cause pain even when doing very gentle exercise and often results in sufferers walking on the edge of their feet to avoid pain, which causes further problems. The Shoe Insoles range of Insoles for Hallux Rigidus can help to mitigate the problems that are caused by the condition and may even prevent the worsening of symptoms.
Arthritus is a serious condition and it can be especially debilitating in the feet (which despite being small is home to 26 bones and 33 joints) as limited mobility can drastically affect your quality of life. To ensure that our Insoles for Hallux Rigidus help, not hinder your condition, we have selected them with extreme care. After consulting with our manufacturers, we have decided that these are the best orthotic inserts to counter hallux rigidous and give you greater general comfort.
To ensure that you are getting the optimal level of performance of your insert, it is essential to select an insole that fits your feet. Most of our Insoles for Hallux Rigidus are available in multiple sizes, meaning that they target the areas of the feet that most need support. If you have any doubts about your condition, please visit a specialist to ensure a proper diagnosis.
If you would like more information about any of our Insoles for Hallux Rigidus, please contact our customer care team on 020 7501 1102 or via the "Contact Us" page.