It’s estimated that around 70% of people have some kind of foot condition, at least from time to time, that negatively impacts their normal activities or overall health. That’s a lot of people that could benefit from some kind of help! There are a huge range of different issues people suffer from, and removable insoles Read more about What are the benefits of removable insoles in shoes?[…]
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. […]
You might be in the habit of wearing tight shoes or shoes that have a tapered toe box. It could be out of necessity or it could be something that prefer from a style point of view – especially if you prefer high-heeled shoes most of the time. Whatever your reason, it could very well Read more about Morton’s Neuroma[…]
Clinical studies continuously debate over the effectiveness of insoles in treating lower back pain and other medical conditions. Some claim that there is insufficient evidence so far to prove the effects, but new research is emerging to convince those who are unsure. Some 2013 studies concluded that the use of insoles as a treatment to Read more about Research Shows Effectiveness of Liquid Insoles[…]
First off, what are massaging insoles? Massaging insoles are commonly known as liquid insoles or liquid orthotic insoles (UK). This is because, instead of being made from a solid substance such as foam or gel, they contain a fluid, glycerine, which adapts to anyone’s foot shape. These insoles are clinically proven to improve foot circulation Read more about Why Diabetic People Need Massaging Insoles[…]
Are you frequently experiencing foot pain or problems with your feet? You might just have a problem with circulation. Since our lower extremities are far from the heart, blood vessels often do not get enough blood and oxygen. Knowing the common signs of this problem will help you decide if you need to look into Read more about Do You Have Poor Feet Circulation?[…]