Metatarsal Domes are designed to be worn with other orthotics. They provide an added element of support in the metatarsal area by cushioning this area of the foot. It works by easing the pressure off the metatarsal area of your foot to help alleviate pressure caused in that area. As Metatarsal Domes are designed to stay with one insole due to the way they stick, it is important to find the right size that suits your needs. If you require more information about the Metatarsal Domes, then please contact our support team on 020 7501 1102 or via the website.
Kidney-shaped metatarsal pad with centre fitting for additional support
Ideal for use with any of the Podotech express kits
Hardness of 15 - 20 Shore A
Available in three different sizes
In stock now
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Metatarsal Domes are designed to be worn with other orthotics, sticking to their surface to provide additional support in the metatarsal area. This means they are not designed to be moved from shoe to shoe and this can in fact damage them because it will erode the adhesive surface of the dome. They are positioned behind the ball of the foot.
Metatarsal Domes are designed to relieve pressure around the metatarsal area. It does this by easing the foot up a little, removing the pressure point from being on this area of the foot. Worn with other insoles stops the foot from trying to compensate by placing the pressure elsewhere, but helps to maintain a natural alignment of the foot. The domes are not only suitable for those suffering from metatarsal pain, but any sort of pain that is originating in the forefoot.
There are different sizes available in the Metatarsal Domes. This means you can identify and fit the dome to the size of your shoe, ensuring that is it the right fit and in the right position to provide the support you need from the dome. A badly placed Metatarsal Dome can place the strain on the wrong part of your foot and cause more damage.
If you require any further information about the Metatarsal Domes, please contact our support team on 020 7501 1102 or via the contact form found on this website.
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