Orthotics have been designed specially to ease tension and relieve pressure from the feet as well as realigning and supporting the feet in their natural positioning eliminating biomechincal imbalances linked to injury.
Here at Inthenameofsport we offer a huge selection of orthotic insoles! Including gel soles that act as shock absorbers for your feet helping protect them from sudden shock and the constant small shocks that attack your feet by just simply walking and going about your everyday life. These small persistent shocks over a long period of time can cause small fractures in your bones and contribute to the degeneration of the ligaments in your feet.
Wearing orthotic insoles can help prevent numerous injuries and help to elevate pain and discomfort in everyday life. Helpful to both sports professionals and normal everyday people on their feet all day.
What do injuries and conditions do our insoles help combat?
Our orthotic insoles better support those with flat or high arches who are at greater risk of developing a condition known as Plantar Fasciitis which is fairly common and is known to at least affect 1 in 10 people. Plantar Fasciitis effects not just those with flat feet or high arches as the onset of PF can also be caused by overuse of the plantar fascia (the ligament that spans form your Achilles heel to your toes and makes up the arch of your foot). When your plantar fascia becomes tight or even your Achilles tendon this can increase the risk of inflammation of the plantar fascia, tightness can be caused from weakened and inflexible ligaments which can be brought on by age also not warming up before exercise can also be a cause. Wearing orthtotic insoles help to better support a tight arch and take away some of the strain and pressure from it helping to prevent plantar fasciitis.
Plantar fasciiits isn’t the only reason why you should buy a pair of these orthotics, as there are plenty of other condition that these insoles help to prevent against and treat.
Shin splints also known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome effects many runners and is something that can take the joy out of running as it can become quite a painful condition if not treated.
What you wear on your feet can directly impact other parts of your body such as your shins.
Shin splints are usually caused when stress is placed on the shins which can then cause pain and discomfort in the shins. The stress to the shins usually occurs when running as your feet strikes the ground this causes shock to travel to your shins also over pronation in your arches when running can also contribute to shin splints.
To prevent shin splints wearing our orthotic insoles will help deplete the shock before it reaches your shins as these orthotic insoles are designed with shock absorption qualities also the arch support these insoles provide helps to correct pronation and provide the support to reduce stress on the shins.
Blisters are quite common and a really annoying problem that many runners have to put up with. Blisters are usually caused by your shoes rubbing the skin on your feet as your feet move inside your shoes this then causes the skin layers to separate as they do the fluid will fluid will fill the area in between the layers of skin effected area creating a blister that can be painful. Insoles will help stabilize your feet and prevent movement in your shoes hopefully stopping this from happening.
Achilles Tendonitis (other names for this injury include Achilles Tendinopathy)
As we grow older our tendons in our feet weaken, Achilles Tendonitis is the degeneration of the Achilles tendon meaning it is less flexible and weaker than it used to be, this can cause it to become tight which can help contribute to further problems such as plantar fasciitis it also means that the Achilles can be more eaisly pulled the effected Achilles heel can be sore and painful to touch which through activity can be made worse. Achilles Tendonitis Usually occurs for those over 40 but it is thought that overuse and stress from sports can bring about Achilles Tendonitis at earlier ages.
Stretching and light Achilles exercises are thought to help re strengthen the Achilles tendon our insoles are also a good way to keep stress and tension from further damaging the Achilles tension and help cushion shocks and ease the heel pain this injury causes.
Runners knee which can also be referred to as IlioTibial Band Friction Syndrome
Overuse of the knee can cause Runners knee as the IlioTibial Band becomes strained. Runners knee is quite painfull and in severe cases can make simple tasks hard to bare.
When running increased pronation found in the arch of your foot can be to blame for runners knee as this causes the build up of pressure and tension in the knee, aslo IlioTibial Band can also weaken as you get older as well.
You do not have to put up with Runners knee. Along with exercise and physio wearing orthotic insoles like these will reduce the stress on the knees, and also the excessive pronation of running as well. Knee supports can also be worn to help with runners knee also.
These are just some on the many injuries our insoles can help fight against and treat.
30 day money back guarantee
All our insoles come with a 30 day money back guarantee, so if you aren’t completely happy with your insoles you can send them back to us and we will give you all your money back including postage costs!
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