Over-lapping toes can be caused by a number of different conditions, from bunions to hammer toes. The unnatural position the toes are forced into due to these other problems means the toes overlap. This can cause great discomfort and irritation when left untreated due to the excess friction and pressure being placed on the toes. Insoles for Overlapping Toes can help correct this problem. Here at Shoe Insoles, we have a wide range of Insoles for Overlapping Toes so you can find the ones suited for your own personal needs.
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Overlapping tones can be caused by either a bone deformity or a muscle imbalance in the foot. The most common cause of overlapping toes is bunions. It most commonly affects the big and second toe. Due to the growth on one toe, it leaves the other with no where to go other than to overlap it. This causes friction and even ulcerations if left untreated due to the way the toe is forced to rub against the shoe as a result of the restricted space.
Shoe Insoles have worked closely with manufacturers to develop Insoles for Overlapping Toes. They work with the experts in their field to develop insoles that are ideally suited for overlapping toes. This means they are able to provide the support needed to help correct this problem.
Insoles for Overlapping Toes helps to provide the support and comfort the feet are lacking. There is a wide range of sizes and styles of Insoles for Overlapping Toes at Shoe Insoles, providing additional support to the metatarsal area of the foot. This cushioning helps to alleviate the pressure on the ball of the foot and can ease the pain experienced because of this condition.
If you require any additional information about the Insoles for Overlapping Toes or any of our other insoles, please call on 020 7501 1102 or get in touch via the "contact us" page on this website.
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