Plantar fasciitis is a very common health condition which occurs as a result of normal day-to-day activity in many cases. Just walking or standing for long periods of time on hard floors, as many people do when they are at work, is sufficient to cause a very painful problem over time due to the limits Read more about The Best Insoles for Plantar Fasciitis[…]
We often hear from customers who have tried other types of corrective insoles and found them to be ineffective at solving their problems. After trying Sole-Mates, we’re confident that the vast majority of people will start to enjoy the benefits almost immediately, not only with foot pain but a surprisingly wide range of other conditions. So what exactly are the differences that make this possible? We take a look today at the range of issues Sole-Mates can help with, and the reasons why other types of insoles are nowhere near as effective.
Without removable insoles, shoes are rarely comfortable to work in all day long, and this takes a toll on our whole bodies, not even just our feet. Most commonly this manifests in back pain for a lot of people, since the spine is absorbing a lot of the impact when we walk and work on our feet for long periods of time. Cushioned or solid insoles have little effect on this because they are relatively inflexible and fail to absorb much impact as we take steps. Liquid gel insoles like Sole-Mates are another matter, since the liquid displaces and absorbs a high proportion of that impact, protecting the spine from unnecessary strain. […]
At Sole-Mates we regularly tour the UK demonstrating the benefits of our corrective insoles and visiting businesses looking for solutions to footwear-related problems. One of the questions we are asked most often is simple: how exactly do our liquid insoles work, and what makes them better than alternatives? Let’s start by examining the issues that lead people Read more about How Exactly Do Our Liquid Orthotic Insoles Work?[…]
Plantar Fasciitis is a major foot problem affecting a significant part of the population. Symptoms are often similar to those of a bruised heel but the use of padding under the heel has little or no effect and pain is usually worse in the morning or when you’ve sat down to rest and then stand Read more about Plantar Fasciitis[…]