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3/4 Length Shoe Insoles With Arch & Heel Support
- Our amazing new 3/4 length Arch supports help by stabilizing and balancing the foot. It absorbs any shock on the foot, reduces friction and will make your favorite pair of shoes comfortable to wear.
- Specially designed orthotic corrects posture and provides relief from lower back pain, knee pain or painful arches.
- Designed to treat and prevent a number of different foot related injuires including Metatarsalgia (ball of foot pain), Plantar fasciitis, Flat feet, Achilles tendinitis, Ankle sprains and strains, Shins splints, Runners Knee and more!
- Extremely comfortable and affordable.
- Includes a 30 day money back guarantee for total customer peace of mind!
Ease aches and pain in your feet by correcting the bio-mechanics of your feet and giving your arches better support with a pair of these 3/4 length orthotic heel cup shoe insoles.
2x High Quality 3/4 Length Orthotic Arch Support shoe insoles (Left and Right foot).
3/4 length size ensure discreet and lightweight support that an be fitted into just about any type of shoes quickly and easily.
Pressure and strain on your arches can cause inflammation and damage on the plantar fascia ligament that supports the arch of your foot. When this occurs it is known as plantar fasciitis and can cause mild to sever foot pain. These orthotic insoles have been made with rigid arch support that will help to stop you from getting this foot injury by taking strain and pressure off the plantar fascia. Motion control technology helps to stop your feet from rolling inward too much during gait (excessive pronation) a common cause of plantar fasciitis and other foot and lower limb injuries.
Treat and prevent different foot injuries
Ideal for treating a range of different foot and lower limb injuries and conditions. Here is the full list of conditions that these insoles can help to treat:
- Achilles Tendinitis – is an over user injury that affects the Achilles tendon. This injury is common amongst runners and athletes who have not stretched properly before exercise. Achilles tendinitis usually causes mild pain in the back of the leg or above the heel after running or other sports activity. However left untreated this injury can worsen and pain increase. Wearing a pair of our orthotic insoles can help to support the Achilles tendon in the correct position and prevent excessive strain and pressure from damaging the Achilles further tendon allowing for the tendon to make a fast and full recovery.
- Ankle Instability -Injured or weakened ankles can cause ankle instability. Instability in your ankles can increase your risk of ankle sprains and strains. Our orthotic insoles have built in heel cups that help to realign and stabilize your heels and ankles helping you to walk with more stability and confidence.
- Arch Pain & Strain – There are many different causes of arch pain. Having flat feet or high arches can make you more susceptible to arch pain due to the increased risk of developing biomechanical imbalances in the feet. Biomechanical imbalances can place excessive pressure and strain on the arch of the foot and lead to damage and injury to important foot ligaments. Our insoles have been designed to help correct the way your feet function and prevent biomechanical imbalances from damaging your arches helping to ease pain and ensure a full recovery from injury.
- Atrophy of the Fat Pad
- Back Pain – Your feet or the base of your entire musculoskeletal system. Supporting your feet properly can help improve your posture and reduce strain and pressure on your back. Our orthotic insoles are perfect for helping to ease back pain and problems.
- Bone Spurs
- Charcot Marie Tooth
- Claw Toes
- Cold Feet
- Collapsed Arches
- Cuboid Syndrome
- Diabetes – Our insoles use compression to help increase blood flow to your feet making them ideal for diabetes sufferers.
- Fallen Arches
- Foot Fatigue – Being on your feet all day can cause shock to damage the soles of your feet this can cause foot fatigue and even damage to your feet and lower limbs. Our orthotic insoles have been made from shock absorbing EVA material that will help prevent shock from damaging your feet, reduce pain and keep you on your feet for longer!
- Flat Feet – Having flat feet can make you more susceptible to foot injuries such as plantar fasciitis as your feet are more predisposed to biomechanical imbalances as a result. Wearing a pair of orthotic insoles is a great way of preventing these problems from occurring. Orthotic insoles will keep your feet aligned and functioning correctly as well as giving your them extra support and protection that they need.
- Foot Drop
- Genu Valgum
- Hallux Limitus
- Hallux Rigidus
- Hallux Valgus
- Hammer Toes
- Heel Bursitis
- Heel Fissures
- Heel Spurs – A Heel spur is a calcium growth that can form on the side of your heel. Heel spurs typically develop overtime when there is persistent pressure placed upon the heel bone. As a way to help protect the heel bone from damage a heel spur will form. Heel spurs are not painful however they are common amongst people with other foot conditions and injuries such as plantar fasciitis and flat feet. Wearing a pair of insoles with heel cups will help to protect your heels and prevent heel spurs from getting worse.
- High Arches
- Jogger’s Heel
- Knee Pain
- Metatarsalgia (ball of foot pain)
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Morton’s Toe
- Over-Pronation – Pronation is a natural part of the gait cycle and is required to help shift weight from the heel to the toes, absorb shock and support your feet when walking or running. Over-pronation however is when your foot rolls inward excessively. Over-pronation can cause excessive strain on your feet especially the plantar fascia ligament that stretches across the arch of your feet. Over time this strain can damage your feet and cause over use injuries such as plantar fascitiis to occur. Our insoles have been designed to realign and support your feet and prevent over-pronation from occurring by stopping your feet rolling inward excessively when you walk or run.
- Overlapping Toes
- Patellar Tendinitis
- Pes Cavus
- Plantar Fasciitis – Plantar fasciitis is the number one cause of heel and foot pain in adults. Plantar fasciitis is an over use injury that is caused when the plantar fascia ligament that makes up the arch of your foot becomes overstretched or inflamed. There are many different causes of plantar fasciitis. The most common cause of plantar fasciitis is biomechanical imbalances in your feet such as over pronation or supination causing excessive pressure and strain on your plantar fascis ligament. Our orthotic insoles have been made with in built arch support to help not only reduce strain and pressure on your arches but to also help correct these biomechanical imbalances and fix the way your feet function.
- Policeman’s Heel
- Post-Tib Tendinitis
- Raynaud’s Disease
- Runner’s Knee – Runners pain is a term used to describe an injury around the knee cap. Pain is often triggered when walking, running, sitting down or standing up, climbing or descending stairs, kneeling, or squatting. It is very common amongst runners and athletes and is often a result of repeated pressure, shock or stresses placed on the knee joint. Our insoles have been made to promote better foot function and to help absorb damaging shock helping to protect your knees and reduce pressure on them. Wearing a pair of our insoles will help to ensure you make a full and proper recovery if you have sustained an injury to your knee.
- Shin Splints -The most common cause of pain in the shins is due to shins splints. Shin splints is a very common injury amongst runners and athletes who do not stretch or warm up properly before exercise. Shin splint pain can range from a dull ache to a sharp pain in your shins. There are many different reasons as to why you might develop shin splints including not warming up properly before exercise, wearing poorly fitting or worn-out trainers, having flat feet, running on hard surfaces, being overweight or having tight calf muscles. Wearing pair of our orthotic insoles will help to absorb shock and protect your lower limbs from damage helping your shins to recover.
- Sweaty Feet
- Turf Toe
- Weak Arches
Ideal for runners
If you are a runner shock can overtime cause damage to your foot and lower limbs causing injuries to develop such as plantar fasciitis, shin splints and knee tendinitis. That is why these insoles have been made from high quality shock absorbing materials to protect your feet from shock.
Heel cup and heel grip technology keeps your feet from moving around in your shoes and increasing ankle and foot stability. This helps to stop blisters, bunions as well as foot sprains and strains from occurring.
30 day money guarantee
Our full 30 day money guarantee means you don’t have to worry about these insoles not being right for you. As with our 30 day money back guarantee if you don’t like them you can just send them back and we will give you a full refund.
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Return Policy – No Questions Asked Refunds!
We are so confident that you will just love our product that we offer a full 30 day no questions ask money back guarantee. In the unlikely event, you are unhappy with your purchase you can simply return it within 30 days for a full refund. Please contact us via the form on the contact us page, or alternatively email us at email@example.com or by phone at 07531430015 to start your return.
To return an item please send to Nuova Health UK, 81 Highfield Lane, Waverley, Rotherham, S60 8AL