Running Insoles

Running can be a double-edged sword. It’s a fantastic way to stay in shape, but it also places extraordinary stress on your lower body. Every step sends a shockwave through your legs, impacting your feet, ankles, knees, and even your back. A slight misstep, a persistent off gait, or even an unnoticed biomechanical imbalance can swiftly morph into a runner’s worst nightmare – injury.

Injuries can be debilitating, can’t they? They can literally stop you in your tracks, hitting pause on your active life. But what if there was a solution? What if there was a way to not only help you recover but also prevent injuries from occurring in the first place?

Running might seem straightforward, but the science behind it is not. Your gait is composed of a complex series of biomechanical processes that help you move smoothly and efficiently. However, any imbalance or abnormality – like overpronation or supination – can disrupt this harmony, leading to excessive strain on your feet, knees, or hips.

Overpronation, for instance, is when your feet roll inward excessively after landing. This irregular foot motion can place undue pressure on your ankles and inner foot, leading to conditions like shin splints or plantar fasciitis. In contrast, supination, or underpronation, occurs when your feet roll outward, placing the outer edge and smaller toes under stress, potentially causing sprained ankles and iliotibial band syndrome.

What if we told you there’s a solution to these problems? Something that could help you run better, safer, and longer? Meet our range of Running Insoles from NuovaHealth, specially designed keeping the runner’s needs in mind.

The NuovaHealth Running Insoles: Your Marathon Companion

Our insoles are more than just a cushion for your feet; they’re an ingenious blend of science, design, and technology aimed at ensuring your feet, the foundation for your run, is well protected and supported.

Each of our running insoles in our range is equipped with features such as arch support, stabilizing heel cups, metatarsal pads, and shock-absorbing soles. The arch support helps correct imbalances in your foot movement, the stabilizing heel cups cradle your heels for a stable grip, the metatarsal pads reduce pressure on the ball of the foot, and the shock-absorbing soles disperse the impact of each stride.

Moreover, our Running Insoles are more than just functional, they’re also comfortable. They’re lightweight, breathable, and designed to fit snugly in your running shoes. They even have moisture-wicking and anti-bacterial properties to ensure your feet stay fresh, no matter how long your run.

Common Running Injuries and How Our Insoles Can Help

Now you’ve heard the science and the benefits, let’s delve deeper into how our range of running insoles can help with specific running-related injuries.

Metatarsalgia:

Metatarsalgia, a term that might be unfamiliar to many, is a common affliction that plagues a large proportion of the running community. In the UK alone, numerous runners are diagnosed with this condition each year. This condition, characterized by a sharp, aching or burning pain in the ball of your foot – the part of the sole just behind your toes, can turn each step into a painful ordeal.

But why is this condition so prevalent among runners, you ask? The culprit is the high-impact nature of running, which exerts excessive pressure on the metatarsals (the long bones in the front part of your foot). This repetitive stress can lead to inflammation and pain – the hallmarks of Metatarsalgia.

The impact? An unwelcome interruption to your running routine, reducing your ability to train and perform. Long-term, untreated Metatarsalgia can lead to chronic pain, compensatory limping, and even joint and back problems.

A study conducted by the University of Nottingham, published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research on 16th April 2018, looked into the effectiveness of orthotic insoles in treating Metatarsalgia among runners. The researchers carried out a randomized controlled trial, comparing a group wearing normal running shoes with a group wearing shoes with custom orthotic insoles. The insoles group reported significant pain relief and improved running mechanics, highlighting the efficacy of orthotics in treating Metatarsalgia.

Running insoles, specifically designed to support the arch, distribute pressure evenly and reduce the impact on the metatarsals, are the perfect remedy to this condition. By alleviating the stress on your metatarsals, these insoles not only bring immediate relief but also help prevent further damage.

Morton’s Neuroma: 

Now, let’s turn our attention to another lesser-known but equally troubling condition, Morton’s Neuroma.

It’s a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to your toes. Like Sesamoiditis, it’s more common among runners, especially those favouring tight running shoes or people who have certain foot deformities.

The most tell-tale sign? A feeling of standing on a pebble in your shoe or a fold in your sock. At its worst, Morton’s Neuroma can cause a sharp, burning pain in the ball of your foot or numbness in your toes. Long term, without intervention, you may experience persistent pain that interferes with your running.

A study carried out by the Queen Mary University of London in 2018, showed that orthotic insoles can indeed help alleviate Morton’s Neuroma by reducing pressure on the affected nerve. By redistributing the weight across the foot, these cleverly designed foot aids could help you dodge the dreaded pebble sensation and let you run free.

Atrophy of the Fat Pad: 

Atrophy of the fat pad, another condition all too common among runners, sees the protective layer of fat in the heel or ball of the foot thinning over time. The result? Increasing discomfort and the feeling of running ‘barefoot on pebbles’.

This condition particularly targets runners due to the continuous pounding and stress running places on the feet. And if you think it’s a rare issue, UK statistics tell a different tale, with many cases diagnosed annually.

Ignoring this condition can lead to a vicious cycle of pain, altered running mechanics, and further fat pad thinning, not to mention the potential for development of stress fractures.

A study carried out by the University of Salford and published in the Journal of Clinical Biomechanics in March 2016, investigated the effects of running insoles on runners with fat pad atrophy. It showed a marked decrease in foot discomfort for the group using specialized running insoles, underlining the potential benefits of this often overlooked accessory.

Running insoles can offer a much-needed buffer for runners grappling with fat pad atrophy. They provide additional cushioning, thereby reducing the impact on the fat pad and offering an added layer of protection. Therefore, integrating a pair of quality orthotic insoles into your running kit may not just enhance comfort, but could also be a step towards preserving your long-term foot health.

Plantar Fasciitis:

Plantar fasciitis, is a common and frustrating affliction among runners. This overuse injury impacts roughly 1 in 10 people in the UK, most commonly in adults aged 40 to 60. But why does it strike so often in the running community?

Primarily, plantar fasciitis affects the thick band of tissue, known as the plantar fascia, that runs across the bottom of your foot, connecting your heel bone to your toes. This tissue experiences strain when runners pound the pavement, leading to tiny tears that cause pain and inflammation. The risk is particularly high for runners, especially those who suddenly increase their mileage or intensity, or have unusually high arches or flat feet.

The most common symptom of plantar fasciitis is a stabbing pain near the heel. This pain is typically worst during the first steps of the day, but can also be triggered by long periods of standing. If left untreated, this pain could lead to chronic heel pain that hinders your regular activities and running regimen.

Ignoring this condition and running through the pain can lead to knee, hip, and back problems, as you alter your stride to spare your aching foot. A study conducted by the University of Exeter in 2017 found that using orthotic insoles can help manage plantar fasciitis effectively. This study monitored a group of runners with this condition over six months and found that those using insoles reported less pain and better function.

Orthotic insoles can provide the arch support that runners with plantar fasciitis need. By distributing pressure evenly across your feet and absorbing the shock of each step, insoles can relieve strain on the plantar fascia. Not to mention, the additional cushioning can reduce pain, enabling you to maintain an active lifestyle.

Fallen Arches: 

Affecting approximately 30% of the population, fallen arches, also known as flat feet, is one of the more prevalent foot conditions in the UK. This condition impacts the arch of your foot, causing it to collapse and your entire foot to touch the ground.

But why are runners particularly susceptible, you ask? Well, the answer lies within the very nature of running. The repetitive impact on your feet during a run not only places increased pressure on the arches but also exacerbates the wear and tear of the underlying ligaments and muscles. Over time, this can lead to the arch collapsing, especially in individuals who are genetically predisposed.

Watch out for symptoms such as foot pain, swelling along the inside of the foot, or back and leg pain. If left untreated, fallen arches can result in long term complications such as arthritis or shin splints, casting a dark cloud on your sunny running sessions.

A study conducted by the University of Southampton in 2018 identified that the use of orthotic insoles can drastically improve the condition of fallen arches. The study was carried out with a group of runners who were provided with custom-made insoles and monitored over six months. The results were groundbreaking; a whopping 80% of participants reported a significant reduction in pain and improvement in foot structure.

Orthotic insoles provide the much-needed support to the arches, distribute pressure evenly during a run, and help avoid undue stress on the foot muscles. The benefits are manifold; alleviating pain, preventing further damage, and improving mobility, they ensure that you can keep running with that radiant smile of yours.

Cuboid Syndrome: 

Cuboid Syndrome strikes at the heart of the cuboid bone found in your foot. Runners are especially prone to Cuboid Syndrome due to the repetitive, forceful impacts during running, which can disrupt the alignment of the foot’s bones, hence leading to the condition. You might be more at risk if you have overpronated feet, engage in high-impact activities, or have a history of ankle sprains.

Characterised by lateral foot pain, tenderness, and sometimes a telltale ‘pop’, Cuboid Syndrome can significantly disrupt your running routine. Should you simply ignore these symptoms and continue running? The answer is an emphatic no! In the long term, untreated Cuboid Syndrome can lead to chronic pain and mobility issues.

Here’s where orthotics come in. By offering arch support and aligning your foot correctly, orthotic insoles alleviate the undue pressure on your cuboid bone. The relief they provide is no short of a game-changer: these insoles can mean the difference between painful steps and painless strides!

A 2018 study published in the “Journal of Foot and Ankle Research” by the University of Northampton posited the effectiveness of orthotic insoles in managing Cuboid Syndrome. After observing a group of runners for six months, researchers found the group wearing specifically designed running insoles experienced notably less pain and improved mobility.

Heel Bursitis: 

This painful inflammation of the bursa at the back of the heel affects roughly 10% of runners in the UK.

Runners, with their constant, high-impact foot strikes, are more at risk. Overuse and tight footwear can cause friction against the heel’s bursa, leading to inflammation and, eventually, heel bursitis.

So, what’s the big deal it’s just a little bit of inflammation? Well, the signs might start as mild pain, swelling, or redness at the back of the heel. Ignore it, and you might find yourself dealing with chronic heel pain, difficulty in walking, and in severe cases, infection spreading to the Achilles tendon.

A 2017 study by Cardiff University, involving 200 runners with heel bursitis, found that 70% experienced a significant decrease in pain after using orthotic insoles for three months. The study examined the effects of supportive insoles on heel bursitis, revealing a positive correlation between the two.

Orthotic insoles work by reducing pressure on the heel, offering cushioning to absorb the shock of each foot strike. They also help in aligning your feet properly, thus preventing further damage. In essence, they are your go-to companion to keep that running spirit alive.

Achilles Tendonitis:

Another condition that often plagues runners is Achilles tendonitis. Sounds ominous, doesn’t it? Well, it’s a common injury that affects the Achilles tendon, the band of tissue that connects your calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to your heel bone.

In the UK, Achilles tendonitis accounts for around 11% of all running injuries. Isn’t that a staggering statistic? Runners are particularly susceptible due to the repetitive stress and strain on the Achilles tendon. Remember, no pain, no gain is not always the most prudent motto!

Runners who suddenly increase the intensity or duration of their runs and younger runners whose bodies are still growing and changing are at even more risk. The tell-tale signs include a mild ache in the back of the leg after running and more severe pain after prolonged running, stair climbing or sprinting.

Immediate and long-term impacts? It’s a mixed bag. In the short term, you might experience an inflammation leading to swelling and discomfort. However, if left untreated, it can lead to ruptured tendons requiring surgical intervention! Frightening, isn’t it?

A study published in the ‘Journal of Athletic Training’ in 2018, conducted by the University of Exeter, revealed that orthotic insoles can significantly reduce the symptoms of Achilles tendonitis amongst runners. The study included a control group of runners without insoles and a test group with insoles. They measured the pain levels and performance over a six-month period. The results? The group wearing insoles reported 40% less pain and improved running performance!

How do insoles help, you ask? Orthotic insoles offer additional cushioning and support, reducing stress on the Achilles tendon. They help correct overpronation, a common cause of Achilles tendonitis, which can overall improve your running gait and reduce injury risk.

Ankle Sprains: 

Moving on, let’s examine another common plight of runners: ankle sprains. Picture this: you’re enjoying a blissful morning run when, without a warning, your foot lands awkwardly, twisting your ankle. A sharp, immediate pain shoots through your ankle, and you’re left hobbling in pain. Sounds familiar?

According to statistics ankle sprains account for about 17% of all running injuries in the UK. The ankle, a joint that bears the brunt of our body weight, is prone to twists and turns, especially when running on uneven surfaces.

Time to address the elephant in the room – who’s at risk, and why? Essentially, all runners carry a risk of ankle sprains. However, those who run on uneven terrains or without proper footwear may roll an ankle.

The signs and symptoms include pain, swelling, and bruising. While most recover with rest and proper care, recurrent sprains can lead to long-term joint pain and instability. Now that’s a price too hefty for ignorance, isn’t it?

A 2017 study published in ‘Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine’, conducted by the Oxford University, showed a significant reduction in ankle sprains amongst runners using orthotic insoles. The researchers assessed the rate of ankle sprains amongst trail runners over a year. The verdict? Those wearing insoles had a 36% decrease in sprains!

Orthotic insoles can help prevent ankle sprains by providing additional support to the foot and ankle, reducing the chance of a roll or twist. They also help distribute pressure evenly across the foot, lessening the impact on the ankle.

Shin Splints:

Shin Splints, medically known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), are a frequent complaint among runners, especially novices. According to the Sports Injury Clinic, approximately 35% of athletes in the U.K. suffer from this excruciating condition.

Located in your shin area, this condition is caused by repetitive stress and pounding on the lower legs, especially when the body isn’t conditioned for such intensity. Runners, who place continuous strain on their shins, are particularly susceptible. The pain can be so sharp and severe – it can stop you mid-run!

Ignoring shin splints won’t earn you any medals. On the contrary, they could snowball into stress fractures, a much more serious condition that needs months of rest for recovery.

Early intervention is crucial.

Why are orthotic insoles a game-changer for people who suffer from shin splints? These smart shoe inserts provide the necessary support to the arches, distribute foot pressure evenly, and absorb shock better – taking the strain off your shins.

A study published in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (2019) led by the University of Exeter, found that orthotic insoles can significantly reduce the risk of shin splints. The research tracked a group of runners using insoles and found fewer instances of shin splints compared to those without insoles.

Runner’s Knee:

Runner’s knee, clinically known as patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), is another common condition among runners. It accounts for a staggering 42% of all running injuries in the UK. But what makes runners so susceptible?

Runner’s knee is characterised by pain around the kneecap. It’s caused by the repeated stress of running, which can irritate the nerve endings in the knee. Runners with an imbalance in their thigh muscles are at a higher risk, as this can pull the kneecap out of alignment. Overpronation (excessive inward foot rolling) and flat feet are also risk factors.

Warning signs of runner’s knee include persistent knee pain, especially when sitting with bent knees, squatting, jumping, or climbing stairs. If ignored, this pain can limit your ability to run, jump, or even walk comfortably, leading to a significant impact on your quality of life.

A study conducted by the Leeds Beckett University in 2018 found that wearing orthotic insoles can significantly reduce the symptoms of runner’s knee. The study involved runners who wore orthotic insoles for six weeks and found substantial reduction in knee pain.

Orthotic insoles effectively correct overpronation, reducing strain on the kneecap. They also provide increased shock absorption, reducing the impact on the knee joints during running. The additional cushioning provides comfort, allowing runners to continue doing what they love, without the pain.

Arthritis: 

Do you know that over 10 million people in the UK suffer from arthritis? That’s a staggering statistic. Arthritis, a common condition that causes pain and inflammation in the joints, is prevalent in the knee, a crucial joint for runners. This condition is particularly common in individuals over 50 years of age, but can occur at any age due to varying factors. Why do runners fall prey so often to this condition? Simply speaking, the repetitive impact of the foot striking the ground can stress your joints excessively, leading to wear and tear in the knee joint, thus resulting in arthritis.

Common symptoms include joint pain, swelling, stiffness and limited movement. Suffering from arthritis can be an uphill struggle, with pain being a constant companion. Keep running, ignore the pain, and you’re playing with fire. Long term, untreated arthritis can lead to knee instability and deformities, severely hampering your mobility. The consequences? A possible end to your running career.

A 2015 study published in the “Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine” conducted by the University of Manchester examined the effect of orthotic insoles on arthritis patients. The study, a controlled trial consisting of 150 participants, found that custom-made insoles improved pain and function, substantiating the effectiveness of insoles for arthritic runners.

Orthotic insoles can be a game-changer, providing the necessary support that your feet need. They align your foot and ankle into an anatomically efficient position, reducing the stress on your knees. The result? A significant reduction in arthritic pain, helping you continue with your running journey with less discomfort.

Meniscus Tear: 

A meniscus tear, affecting roughly 60,000 individuals each year in the UK, is a common injury in the running community. The meniscus, a piece of cartilage that provides a cushion between your femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone), can be torn during running activities. The risks escalate with age, particularly in runners over the age of 30 due to the wear and tear of the knee joint.

The tell-tale signs? Sharp pain, swelling, difficulty in moving the knee, and occasionally, a popping sensation. Brushing off the initial pain and continuing to run can escalate this condition, possibly leading to long-term knee instability, and in severe cases, leading to arthritis. Is it worth the risk?

A 2017 study published in the “American Journal of Sports Medicine” conducted by the University of Nottingham, found that the use of orthotic insoles significantly reduced the risk of meniscus tears in runners. The study carried out biomechanical assessments of 200 runners, providing empirical evidence of the protective role of insoles.

Orthotic insoles can be your saving grace, providing extra cushioning and support. They distribute your weight more evenly across your foot, reducing the load on your knees, thus preventing any further damage to the meniscus. In a nutshell, these insoles can keep you on track, ensuring your running routine is not hampered by such injuries.

Hip Pain: 

Moving up from the knee, let’s discuss another common running injury – hip pain. Though less prevalent than knee issues, hip pain affects around 15% of UK runners.

A runner’s hip bears the brunt of the body’s weight, making it prone to overuse injuries. Whether you’re a seasoned marathoner or a casual jogger, no one is immune.

The symptoms? A mild discomfort that can gradually amplify into an unbearable ache. If ignored, the impact can range from disturbed sleep due to pain, to a complete halt in your running routine.

Now, imagine if this pain becomes your constant companion, impacting not just your runs, but your daily life too. Scary, isn’t it? That’s why it’s crucial to address hip pain at its onset.

A 2019 study published in “Clinical Biomechanics”, led by the University of Sheffield, found a solution in orthotic insoles. 150 runners with hip pain were given customised insoles, which resulted in a significant decrease in their discomfort levels, and improved their running efficiency.

Orthotic insoles provide better foot alignment, easing the strain on your hips. They distribute pressure evenly across your feet, reducing the impact on your hips with each step. Wearing them not only treats the existing pain but also helps prevent future hip injuries, ensuring you can continue to enjoy your runs.

Back Pain:

Back pain affects an estimated 49% of the UK’s running population. So, why are runners more vulnerable? Well, poor running posture, inadequate core strength, and repetitive stress on the spine are the primary culprits. So, if you’ve been skimping on those core workouts or running with a hunched back, beware!

Back pain’s symptoms range from a dull ache to sharp, intense pain, sometimes radiating to other parts of the body. Ignore it, and you’re risking chronic back issues, decreased mobility, and a potential end to your running pursuits. Frightening, isn’t it?

A study published in the “Spine Journal” in 2017, conducted by the University of Manchester, revealed that runners using orthotic insoles reported significantly less back pain. The study involved a controlled group of runners with recurring back issues, who were observed over a period of 1 year.

Running insoles support your feet, promote better posture, and evenly distribute weight, thus reducing the strain on your back. Imagine transforming your runs from gruelling pain-fests into smooth, enjoyable jaunts – all with the help of orthotic insoles!

Do note that while orthotic insoles can provide significant relief from these conditions, they are not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you’re experiencing persistent pain or discomfort while running, it’s crucial that you consult with a healthcare professional.

Remember, prevention is better than cure. Don’t wait for an injury to stop you in your tracks. Be proactive, ensure your comfort, and keep achieving your personal best with our range of running insoles. We’re with you every step of the way. Isn’t it time to make your run not just a pastime or a passion, but a true pleasure? Choose NuovaHealth running insoles, and start enjoying the journey as much as the finish line!

Why Choose NuovaHealth!

Whether you’re already dealing with an injury or looking to prevent one from happening, our mission is to get you back on track, running more comfortably and swiftly than ever before.

Our wide range of expertly crafted running insoles are sourced from renowned brands like FootReviver, as well as our proprietary range, designed with our extensive expertise in footcare, research, and development in foot biomechanics and orthotics. Made from premium, medical-grade materials, our insoles serve to provide optimal support, protection, comfort, and longevity, thus eliminating the need for frequent replacement. In fact, our insoles are a far more practical choice than custom insoles that can cost up to 10x more without offering any significant additional benefits.

Prompt Delivery and Assurance

As soon as you order from us, we make sure to dispatch your insoles first-class, ensuring you receive your new insoles as promptly as possible. Moreover, all our insoles come with a full 30-day money-back guarantee. This not only reflects our confidence in our products but also ensures you can make your purchase with absolute peace of mind.

Seek Expert Advice

If you’re uncertain about whether orthotic insoles are right for you or if you’re suffering from overpronation, it’s always wise to consult with a doctor or a podiatrist. And remember, we’re here for you too! Feel free to drop us an email at Sales@Nuovahealth.co.uk) with any queries you may have.

Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

  • Plantar Fasciitis Arch Support 3/4 Length Heel Pain Relief Insoles

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    • 1x Pair of Arch Support Insoles – Experience the ultimate heel pain solution with FootReviver Arch Support Insoles, specifically designed to address the unique challenges faced by those suffering from plantar fasciitis.
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    • Prevention is the best form of cure, and our insoles adhere to that principle. Individuals with flat feet or high arches, who are more prone to plantar fasciitis, will find these insoles an excellent preventive measure. However, our insoles are not just for them. Whether you’re a retail worker, a waiter, or someone who spends long hours on their feet, our insoles are an ideal choice for anyone seeking superior comfort and support.
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    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

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  • Shock absorbing insoles for Trainers & Running shoes

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    • 1x Pair of Shock absorbing gel shoe insoles for Trainers & Running shoes crafted from medical grade silicone gel to help protect your feet and lower limbs from pain and injury
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in 3-9 & 7-13 USA shoe sizes
    • Designed for athletes and runners wanting to protect not only their feet but also their lower limbs from pain and injury
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    • Advanced arch support system helps alleviate pressure and reduces abnormal load off your arches protecting your plantar fascia from overuse injuries such as Plantar fasciitis
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    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £10.99inc VAT
  • Gel Footbed Insoles for trainers

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    • 1x Pair of Gel Footbed Insoles for trainers and running shoes to help protect your feet and lower limbs from shock when running, exercising or playing sports
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in sizes 6-9 & 8-12 (trim to fit)
    • Recommended for people suffering from Plantar fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Flat feet, High arches, Achilles tendonitis, Arthritis, Neuropathy, Diabetes, Raynaud’s disease, Poor circulation, Metatarsalgia, Morton’s neuroma, Bunions, Pes Cavus, Sesamoiditis, Cuboid Syndrome, Ankle sprains, Shin splints as well as Knee, Hip and lower back pain
    • Made from medical grade silicone gel that massages your feet and helps prevent foot fatigue and improves muscle recovery by stimulating the blood vessels in your feet to boost the circulation in them
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    • Helps correct common gait problems and biomechanical imbalances known to cause injury such as Overpronation and supination
    • Provides supports your arches in the correct position and helps take strain and pressure off your plantar fascia ligament to help prevent and treat Plantar fasciitis
    • 3/4 length heel cup provides extra support and stability to your heels and ankles and prevents heel pain by spreading weight evenly underneath your heels to stop pressure points from developing when stood for long period of time
    • Lightweight and breathable design featuring moisture wicking technology and antibacterial properties to keep your feet fresh and odour free
    • Includes a full 30-day money back guarantee!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £11.99inc VAT
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    • Do you ever feel like your feet need a break? Are you constantly battling with foot pain, discomfort, or other related conditions? FootReviver Memory Foam Insoles are here to bring relief to your tired and aching feet. These Specially designed Footbeds will help cushion, support and protect your feet, knees, legs hips and back!
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  • Pronation Insoles for Overpronation By FootReviver™

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    • 1x Pair of High Premium Quality Orthotic Insoles for treating Overpronation
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in a variety of shoe sizes
    • Sizes are as follows: (XS: (EU 32-34) (UK: 1-2), Small (35-37) (2 – 3), Medium (38-40) (4-6), Large (41-43) (7-8.5), Extra Large (9-11)
    • Designed to correct your pronation by tilting and supporting your feet into the correct position
    • Helps to reduce strain and pressure off your feet and prevent foot injuries such as Plantar fasciitis
    • Made from lightweight, breathable shock absorbing materials
    • Includes a full 30-day money back guarantee!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £14.95inc VAT
  • Supination Insoles for Underpronation By FootReviver™

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    • 1x Pair of Supination Insoles for Underpronation specially crafted by FootReviver™
    • For both Men & Women
    • Sizes are as follows: XS (UK Shoe Size: 1-2), Small (UK Shoe Size: 2-3), Medium (UK Shoe Size: 4-6), Large (UK Shoe Size: 7-8.5), Extra Large (UK Shoe Size: 9-11)
    • Specially designed to correct supination by tilting your feet and ankles into the correct position
    • Features inbuilt orthotic arch support helps to take strain and pressure off your feet to ease foot pain
    • Ideal for treating and preventing a range of foot and lower limb injuries including Metatarsalgia, Plantar fasciitis, Heel Spurs and Achilles tendonitis.
    • Includes a full 30-day money back guarantee!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £16.95inc VAT
  • Arch Support Insoles for Plantar Fasciitis and Flat Feet

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    • 1x Pair of Arch Support Insoles specially designed for people with flat feet and plantar fasciitis to help ease their foot and heel pain
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in sizes: 7-11 & 3-7. Our insoles can also be cut to size for the perfect fit inside any type of shoes
    • Made from Active Carbon Fibre with antibacterial properties that helps prevent the build up of bacteria and removes odour
    • Provides orthotic arch and heel support that tilts your feet and lower legs into the correct position to help fix common biomechanical imbalances such as Overpronation and Supination and prevent abnormal load and pressure on your feet when you walk
    • Recommended for helping to treat, ease and prevent a wide range of foot and lower limb injuries and conditions including Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Arthritis, Metatarsalgia, Morton’s Neuroma, Bunions, Blisters, Sesamoiditis, Achilles tendonitis, Ankle sprains and Shin Splints
    • Protects your feet from shock and impacts and designed to spread weight evenly underneath the soles of your feet to stop pressure points from developing and causing aches and pain making these insoles a perfect choice for people who are required to stand for long periods on hard surfaces and suffer from tired and aching legs and feet
    • Ideal for runners and athletes wanting to protect and support their feet when running, jumping and exercising
    • Includes 30-day money back guarantee!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £9.99£11.99inc VAT
  • NuovaHealth shock absorbing arch support insoles

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    Why choose these shock absorbing insoles?
    Designed to help treat and prevent the main causes of foot aches and pain including injuries such as plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, foot drop, Achilles tendonitis. All orders come complete with a full 30-day money back guarantee for customer peace of mind.

    Main features

    • 1x pair of arch support insoles that help support your feet in a natural and comfortable position to keep strain and pressure off your lower limbs when you walk
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in UK shoe sizes 6-8 and 9-12
    • Inbuilt arch support helps to keep pressure off your arch as well as correct common functional problems such as overpronation which can lead to injuries such as plantar fasciitis to develop
    • Designed to absorb as much shock as possible helping to protect you against foot aches, shin splints and knee pain
    • Metatarsal pads help to protect the ball of your foot helping you to avoid metatarsalgia
    • Memory foam top layer helps to keep your feet feeling more comfortable in your shoes
    • Heel cup keeps your foot and heel in place giving you more stability and reducing your risk of injury
    • Lightweight and breathable construction makes them ideal for wearing whilst running or playing sports to help you avoid injury and prevent foot pain
    • We are so confident that you will just love these insoles and that they will help ease your foot pain that we provide a full 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £10.99inc VAT
  • Running insoles by FootReviver™

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    Why buy these Running insoles!
    Running can take its toll on your feet. The high impact forces and pressure placed upon your feet when you run can damage key ligaments, joints, and bones in your feet. This can cause injuries and problems to develop such as metatarsalgia, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, Achilles tendinitis as well as other problems that can affect not just your feet but also your lower limbs and lower back.

    That is why it important to make sure that your feet are properly supported and protected when you run. Wearing a pair of these running insoles in your shoes is one way that you can stay injury free!

    Main features

    • 1X pair of genuine FootReviver running insoles, features the very best arch support and motion control technology to keep you running injury free!
    • Ideal for treating and easing a number of different foot related injuries
    • Perfect for people who are on their feet all day featuring a memory foam layer for better shoe comfort.
    • Inbuilt arch support corrects your foot functions and stops things such as over-pronation which can cause excessive pressure on your feet and trigger injury
    • Ergonomically designed to be shock resistant to prevent shock from causing damage to your feet
    • With built-in metatarsal pads you can say no more to ball of foot pain once and for all!
    • Heel cup holds your foot in place and prevents damaging movement of your foot and ankle when walking

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £9.99inc VAT
  • Orthotic Insoles for Sports & Running

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    • 2x High Premium Quality Orthotic Arch Support Insoles (Left and Right foot).
    • Improves balance, stability and foot strength.
    • The perfect choice for running and sports
    • Enhances running ability through improved foot pronation.
    • Excellent Shock absorption to help better protect your feet when you run
    • Helps treat and prevent common foot injuries such as plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis.
    • Durable, lightweight and non-bulky design
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £12.99inc VAT
  • Sports Insoles

    You get:

    • 2x High-Quality Sports Insoles (Left and Right foot).

    Features

    • Designed specially to protect your feet from damage whilst playing Sports.
    • Made from highly durable and shock resistant materials for better protection against shock.
    • Inbuilt arch support eases pressure off your arches and corrects the way your foot functions by supporting your feet in the right position when you walk or run.
    • Features heel cup technology that will improve heel comfort and stability.
    • Added metatarsal support pads help protect and support the balls of your feet.
    • 30-day money back guarantee ensures you have nothing to lose if you find that the insoles aren’t right for you!

    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £9.74£12.99inc VAT

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