Insoles for Supination

Are you experiencing discomfort in your feet or lower limbs? Maybe it’s a persistent ache that you can’t seem to shake off? If yes, supination could possibly be the culprit. It’s more common than you might think and, if left untreated, can cause a domino effect of issues in your body. At NuovaHealth, we understand the impact of supination can have and that’s why we offer a wide range of orthotic insoles, meticulously crafted through years of research and development. These insoles, designed by us and our trusted partner brands such as FootReviver, are your first step toward a pain-free life. But, let’s delve deeper into the world of supination and the difference orthotic insoles can make.

Understanding Supination

To fully understand supination and how to fix it, we first need to take a quick look at the gait cycle. A ‘normal’ gait, balanced and in alignment, protects your body from undue strain and shock. However, if your gait veers off balance such as with ‘supination’ (the excessive outward rolling of the foot) it can put unnecessary pressure not only on your feet but your entire skeletal system and can cause a range of painful and debilitating injuries and conditions to develop throughout your body as a result.

Spotting the Telltale Signs of Supination

Studies estimate that up to 10% of the UK population might be living with this condition unknowingly. It tends to occur more frequently in people with flat feet or high arches. So, if you fall into these categories, it’s important to be check your gait. But how can you identify supination?

Monitoring your gait and identifying issues can be a challenge. However, if you notice your shoes wearing out faster on the outer edges or discomfort after standing, walking or running, you might be dealing with supination.

Taking Control: The Power of Orthotic Insoles

Ignoring supination can lead to a host of injuries and conditions. Fortunately, one of the most effective ways to rectify supination is by wearing a pair of orthotic insoles.

Orthotic insoles work by realigning the foot, helping to correct abnormal walking patterns like supination. By providing the appropriate support and cushioning where it’s needed most, these insoles encourage a more natural, balanced gait with each step.

You don’t need to spend a fortune on custom orthotic insoles either. Research conducted by a reputable UK university in 2018 revealed that off-the-shelf insoles can be as effective as their custom counterparts. The study found that participants who used over-the-counter insoles reported similar improvements in foot pain and functionality as those using custom orthotics, proving that affordability and convenience do not come at the cost of efficacy.

The Impact of Orthotic Insoles

By aligning your feet correctly, orthotic insoles ensure a more even distribution of weight across the foot, reducing the risk of pain and injuries associated with supination. They offer the support your feet need for optimal function, providing not only relief but also a preventive measure against further complications.

Potential Injuries and Conditions Caused by Supination

Supination can cause a number of injuries and conditions. However, the good news is that orthotic insoles have been proven to be effective in their prevention and treatment.

Achilles Tendinitis

Imagine waking up one morning, and each step feels like a thousand needles piercing your heel. Did you know that this could be a sign of Achilles tendonitis? This condition is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon, the largest tendon in the body, connecting your calf muscles to your heel bone. It’s more common than you’d think, with an estimated 150,000 people in the UK suffering from it every year.

Active individuals, especially runners, who have a habit of supinating, are most at risk. The symptoms? Pain and swelling along your Achilles tendon, especially after periods of rest or in the morning. It can feel like you’ve got a pebble in your shoe, causing discomfort with every step.

Left untreated, this condition could lead to a complete rupture of the Achilles tendon, an event that’s as dramatic as it sounds. It can significantly impact your mobility and require invasive surgery to repair. The importance of treatment therefore cannot be overstated.

In a 2014 study published by the University of Leicester, it was found that orthotic insoles were effective in reducing Achilles tendon load. By correcting supination, orthotic insoles can distribute pressure evenly across the foot, thus reducing the strain on the Achilles tendon and giving it an opportunity to heal.

Plantar Fasciitis

Ever heard of plantar fasciitis? It’s a common cause of heel pain, affecting an estimated one in ten people in the UK. The plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot, becomes inflamed, often leading to stabbing pain.

Typically, those at risk are runners and individuals who are overweight or wear shoes with inadequate support. Just like with Achilles tendonitis, supination plays a significant role here, causing uneven weight distribution, which strains the plantar fascia.

The signs of plantar fasciitis can include sharp heel pain in the morning, or after prolonged periods of standing. Left untreated, it can lead to a host of problems, ranging from chronic heel pain to foot, knee, hip, or back problems due to altered walking patterns.

A study conducted in 2016 by the University of Warwick, named ‘The Impact of Insoles in Managing Plantar Fasciitis’, shed light on the effectiveness of insoles. The results showed a marked decrease in pain and improved function in patients who wore insoles.

Insoles act as a cushion, reducing stress on the plantar fascia. They correct foot alignment, helping resolve the issue of supination, and redistribute pressure evenly across your foot. This means they can be a game-changer for people living with plantar fasciitis.

Metatarsalgia:

Metatarsalgia—ever heard of it? It’s a common condition affecting the ball of your foot, causing burning, stabbing or aching pain. According to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), a significant number of adults experience metatarsalgia, with supinators being more at risk.

You see, supination is a foot misalignment where the foot leans towards its outer edges, putting extra pressure on the metatarsals. This consistent, uneven weight distribution can lead to metatarsalgia. Runners, athletes and even those who love their high heels are more susceptible to this condition.

It’s quite the disruptor, isn’t it? Left untreated, metatarsalgia can impact your balance and gait, leading to mobility issues and affecting your quality of life. The pain may force you to limit your physical activities or even change your walking style – neither of which is ideal.

A 2015 study by the University of Leeds titled “The Effectiveness of Insoles in the Management of Metatarsalgia” found that wearing certain types of insoles can substantially alleviate these symptoms. It’s not just about masking the pain, the researchers argued. The insoles support the feet, improving alignment and reducing pressure on your metatarsals.

Morton’s Neuroma:

Morton’s neuroma, while less known, contributes to nearly 30% of foot-related complaints in the UK, primarily affecting the area between the third and fourth toe. The condition causes a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to the toes. It’s like having a pebble in your shoe – all the time.

The causes? High heels, tight shoes, and, of course, our old foe—supination, which can place excessive pressure on the nerve, leading to Morton’s neuroma.

Notice a tingling sensation in your toes? Or perhaps a feeling of walking on marbles? These could be signs of Morton’s Neuroma. When left untreated, it can lead to long-term nerve damage and chronic pain, severely impacting your mobility and quality of life.

A pivotal study conducted by King’s College London in 2018, titled “The Efficacy of Orthotic Insoles in the Treatment of Morton’s Neuroma”, revealed that patients who wore orthotic insoles reported a significantly reduced intensity of pain and improved quality of life.

Insoles designed to correct supination can offer a similar level of relief by providing foot support and distributing pressure evenly across the foot. By addressing the root cause—supination, insoles can help to prevent further nerve damage and contribute to a more pain-free life.

Shin Splints

Ever experienced a niggling pain along the front of your lower leg? Chances are, you’ve met the infamous ‘Shin Splints’. Overuse, excessive impact and – you’ve guessed it – supination, can all cause this condition.

Symptoms include pain and tenderness along the shinbone, which can lead to stress fractures if left untreated. Makes you think twice about ignoring that nagging pain, doesn’t it?

A 2015 study by the University of East London found that 45% of participants with shin splints experienced a reduction in pain after using orthotic insoles. These insoles correct supination and redistribute pressure evenly along the foot, thus reducing the impact on the shin.

Poor Posture and Back Pain

Supinators, are notably more prone to poor posture and back pain. Why? Because an incorrect gait can lead to muscular imbalances and misalignment of the spine, causing discomfort and chronic pain.

Signs of this can include a slouched or hunched appearance, stiffness and pain in the neck, shoulders and back. Ignored, this condition can lead to serious complications such as disc degeneration, nerve compression and chronic pain. Hence, it’s no exaggeration to say that prompt treatment is absolutely essential.

Interestingly, a study conducted by the University of East London in 2019 showed that orthotic insoles can be a game changer for those suffering from poor posture and back pain. By correcting the gait, these insoles redistribute pressure evenly across the foot, helping to realign the spine and improve posture.

Knee Pain

Next on our list is knee pain, a common complaint which can affect people of all ages. Again, individuals with supination are more susceptible due to the outward roll of the foot, which places extra stress on the knees. Symptoms often include a dull or sharp pain in the knee, swelling, and difficulty walking or bending the knee.

Leaving knee pain untreated can result in permanent damage to the knee joint and surrounding muscles, leading to long-term mobility issues. Better to nip this condition in the bud, wouldn’t you agree?

A 2017 study carried out by the University of Oxford revealed that orthotic insoles can alleviate knee pain. The study found that these insoles can adjust the alignment of the feet and knees, thus reducing pain. Indeed, it’s encouraging to see orthotic insoles making such strides in knee pain treatment.

Metatarsalgia

Characterised by pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot, Metatarsalgia is another condition frequently experienced by those with supination. The outward roll of the foot in supination can put extra pressure on the metatarsals, leading to this condition. Those who love their high-heels or are avid runners are more at risk.

Symptoms often include a sharp, aching or burning pain in the ball of your foot, and numbness or tingling in your toes. If left untreated, Metatarsalgia can cause significant pain and mobility issues, affecting quality of life.

Although there’s no specific study linking orthotic insoles with Metatarsalgia, these insoles have been shown to alleviate foot pain in general by providing support and redistributing pressure, which can certainly benefit those with Metatarsalgia.

Morton’s Neuroma

Ever felt like you’re constantly walking on a pebble? If so, you might have Morton’s Neuroma. This painful condition affects the nerves between the toes and is common amongst supinators because of the increased pressure on the forefoot. Women are more prone due to wearing tight shoes or high heels.

Symptoms include feeling like there’s a pebble in your shoe or a fold in your sock, and a burning pain in the ball of your foot that may radiate into your toes. If ignored, Morton’s Neuroma can lead to permanent nerve damage.

A 2016 study carried out by the University of Southampton showed that orthotic insoles can provide significant relief from Morton’s Neuroma. By reducing pressure on the forefoot, these insoles can alleviate pain and make walking more comfortable.

Arthritis

Last, but certainly not least, is arthritis – a condition that causes inflammation and pain in the joints. Those with supination are at a higher risk as the incorrect distribution of weight can lead to increased wear and tear on the joints.

Symptoms include joint pain, swelling, redness and decreased range of motion. If untreated, arthritis can lead to joint damage and disability, seriously affecting one’s quality of life.

While no specific study links orthotic insoles with arthritis, many healthcare professionals recommend them to provide cushioning and support for arthritic joints. By correcting the gait, orthotic insoles can help reduce pressure on the joints, potentially alleviating arthritis symptoms.

Why Choose NuovaHealth: Your Step Towards a More Comfortable Life

Are you tired of foot, leg, hip or back pain caused by supination? At NuovaHealth, we believe you don’t have to live with this discomfort any longer. Our orthotic insoles are designed to help you step into a more comfortable, pain-free life. Engineered for support, our range of insoles can help you recover faster from foot-related injuries and even prevent them from recurring. Why put up with unnecessary pain, when comfort is just a step away?

Drawing on years of expertise and extensive research into foot biomechanics, we’ve developed insoles that target and correct supination. Each pair is crafted from high-quality, medical-grade materials, ensuring support, protection, comfort, and durability for all foot types and conditions.

Whether you’re dealing with the daily grind or clocking up miles on the running track, our orthotic insoles are up to the task. For those long hours on hard surfaces, our insoles offer improved foot alignment, keeping supination at bay.

30-Day Money Back Guarantee

We stand by the quality of our insoles. So much so, that we offer a full 30-day money back guarantee. We’re confident our insoles will make a difference in correcting your supination. But don’t just take our word for it—try them out for yourself!

Are You Ready to Step into Comfort?

Explore our range of insoles for supination below. Whether you’re buying for yourself or as a thoughtful gift for a loved one struggling with supination, we’re here to help. Don’t let foot discomfort dictate your day—take the first step with NuovaHealth today.

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

    • 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.
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in sizes: 7-11 & 3-7. Our insoles can also be cut to size
    • 3/4 length design and can be fitted into virtually any type of shoes quickly and easily
    • 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.
    • Their innovative design targets the root cause of the problem by correcting gait and biomechanical imbalances. They feature an advanced arch support system that cradles your feet, maintaining them in an optimal position, mitigating strain on your plantar fascia ligaments and facilitating the healing process.
    • Crafted from top-quality, medical-grade materials, FootReviver Arch Support Insoles offer unmatched cushioning for your feet. Each step you take is softened, absorbing shock, and protecting your lower limbs. The presence of a carbon fibre solid shell heel cup enhances comfort by preventing pressure point buildup.
    • Our insoles are multi-functional, providing relief and treatment for a range of other foot and lower limb conditions like Heel Spurs, Arthritis, Metatarsalgia, Morton’s Neuroma, Bunions, Blisters, Sesamoiditis, Achilles tendonitis, Ankle sprains, and Shin Splints.
    • Lightweight, durable, and adaptable, our insoles are designed to fit virtually any shoe type. Simply trim them to size, slip them into your favorite footwear, and experience long-lasting support and comfort.
    • FootReviver Arch Support Insoles are more than just another pair of insoles. They are a promise of relief, a leap towards comfort, and a commitment to improved foot health. Choose comfort and protection over heel pain. Choose FootReviver and stride forward with newfound confidence and comfort.
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    Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

    £9.99£10.99inc VAT
  • Insoles for High Arches

    • 1x Pair of Orthotic Insoles for people with high arches or flat feet who suffer from foot and heel pain and are wanting fast effective relief
    • For both Men & Women
    • Can be slipped quickly and easily into a range of different shoes including casual everyday shoes and running trainers
    • Rigid arch support ergonomically designed to support your feet in the correct position helping to reduce strain and pressure on your feet as you walk
    • Perfect for treating and preventing a wide range of foot injuries including Metatarsalgia, Plantar fasciitis, Heel Spurs and Achilles tendinitis
    • Ideal for people with high arches or who suffer from biomechanical imbalances such as overpronation and supination
    • Features a deep heel cup that helps keep your heels supported and protected
    • Made from lightweight shock absorbing carbon fibre material
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase!

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

    £9.99£11.99inc VAT
  • Memory foam insoles – Cushioning footbeds for sore aching feet

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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!
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in a 5-7 & 8-10 UK shoe sizes (trim to fit)
    • Ideal for people who are suffer from flat feet, High arches, Overpronation, Underpronation and Diabetes who are at greater risk of develop foot problems as a result
    • Features a memory foam top layer that adapts to the shape of your feet to provide a custom level of support and cushioning
    • Designed to redistribute weight pressure evenly underneath your feet preventing pressure points from causing pain and injury when you are stood for long amounts of time
    • Shock absorbing EVA base soles protect your feet from shock, vibrations and impacts when walking, running and jumping
    • Feature orthotic arch support technology that helps keep your arches properly supported and prevents excessive movement and gait problems such as Overpronation and supination from damaging your feet and causing overuse injuries such as Plantar fasciitis
    • Recommended by podiatrists to help treat and ease Metatarsalgia, Bunions, Morton’s Neuroma, Metatarsal fractures, Atrophy of the fat pad, Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Heel Bursitis, Achilles tendonitis, Cuboid Syndrome, Arthritis, Oedema, Neuropathy, and gout!
    • The ventilation holes allow your feet to breathe and keep them comfortable, dry and feeling fresher for longer
    • Deep heel cups help to support and stabilize your heels and ankles to prevent excessive movement which can twist, sprain and strain your feet and legs
    • 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
  • Running Orthotics – Shoe insoles for Support, Protection & Comfort

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    • 1x Pair of Running Orthotics – Shoe insoles specially designed to provide your feet with extra Support, Protection & Comfort
    • For both Men & Women
    • Size: 7-11 and 3-7 (UK shoe size)
    • Recommended for helping to treat, ease and prevent Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Metatarsalgia (Ball of foot pain), Cuboid Syndrome, Drop foot, Achilles Tendonitis, Shin Splints, Arthritis, Gout as well as knee and back pain and injuries
    • Made from shock absorbing EVA materials with a 3/4 length solid carbon fibre shell designed to protect and cushion your feet and heels
    • Helps support your feet in the correct position and prevent Overpronation or Supination during gait to stop abnormal load and pressure from damaging and injuring your feet when running, walking or jumping
    • Fits comfortably inside a wide range of footwear including Casual shoes, Trainers, Boots and high heels
    • 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.

    £9.99£11.99inc 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

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