Gel Heel Inserts By FootReviver™

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  • 1x Pair of Gel Heel Inserts By FootReviver™ designed to support, protect and cushion your heels
  • One size fits all
  • For both Men & Women
  • Gel helps to soothe and massage your heels as you walk
  • Recommended for people suffering from Plantar fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Achilles tendinitis, Shin splints, Arthritis, Gout, Foot fatigue and general foot and heel pain
  • Designed to cup around your heels giving you more stability, balance and control to your heels, feet and ankles
  • Easy to clean, lightweight, non bulky and discreet to wear
  • Can be slipped quickly and easily into virtually any type of shoes including regular shoes, running trainers, boots and high heels
  • Made from medical grade silicone gel that moulds to the exact shape of your heels giving your heels a custom level of support
  • Ideal for people who stand for long periods of time on hard surfaces and suffer from tired, aching and sore heels
  • Absorbs shock and eases pressure off your heels to stopping pressure point from developing and helping you avoid injury and heel pain
  • Helps to Raise your heel stretching out the ligaments in your feet and lower limbs to help prevent overuse injuries such as plantar fasciitis from occurring
  • Includes a 30 day money back guarantee!

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

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Are you one of the many individuals suffering from a debilitating heel pain that is wreaking havoc on your life? It’s a discomfort that can stop you from enjoying daily activities or performing simple tasks. Heel pain doesn’t discriminate – it can stem from a variety of issues, including plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, and Achilles tendonitis, among others. At NuovaHealth, we understand your struggle and we’re here to help. We offer a potential solution to your problem – Footreviver Gel Heel Inserts. Before we delve into the benefits of these inserts, let’s talk about the causes of heel pain and why it’s crucial to address them promptly.

Understanding Heel Pain: Causes and Consequences

Heel pain can affect anyone, but it’s more common in people who are active, overweight, or in their middle age. The conditions that cause this pain, such as plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, or Achilles tendonitis, can significantly affect your mobility and quality of life. Left untreated, these conditions can exacerbate and lead to issues in other parts of your body. For instance, you might start altering your gait to avoid the pain, which can lead to problems in your knees, hips, or back. Here is where Footreviver Gel Heel Inserts come into play.

How Gel Heel Inserts Can Help

Our Gel Heel Inserts work by providing the needed support to your heels. They comfortably cup around your heels, stabilizing them and holding them in the correct position. This can help prevent and manage the underlying causes of your heel pain. The inserts work by cushioning your heels and absorbing shock. They can also prevent the twisting and spraining of your ankle and distribute the weight and pressure evenly under your heel, which can alleviate pressure points. Understanding how these inserts work can help you see why they might be the solution you’re seeking.

In the next section, we will delve deeper into the specific injuries and conditions that a pair of Footreviver Gel Heel Inserts can assist with. Our goal is to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of how the inserts can contribute to your heel pain relief journey.

The Different Injuries and conditions Heel Inserts Help with:

For Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is the leading cause of heel pain and affects about 1 in 10 people in the UK at some point in their lives. The condition primarily targets the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue stretching from your heel to your toes.

This debilitating overuse injury is often caused by repetitive strain injury to the ligament of the sole of the foot. You’re more likely to fall victim to it if you’re on your feet for long periods, have flat feet or high arches, or if you have an abnormal walking pattern. The tell-tale signs of Plantar Fasciitis include a sharp, stabbing pain in the heel, especially first thing in the morning.

Ignoring this condition may lead to chronic heel pain that hinders your day-to-day activities. In an attempt to avoid the pain, you may change the way you walk, which can lead to further foot, knee, hip, or back problems.

When it comes to treatment, studies have shown that the use of gel heel inserts can be significantly effective. A 2018 study conducted by the University of Exeter’s Sport and Health Sciences department found that participants using gel heel inserts reported a marked reduction in pain and improvement in function.

Gel heel inserts offer stability and support to your heels, cushioning them and preventing pressure points from developing under your heels. By absorbing shock, these inserts can aid in alleviating pain and enhancing comfort, making them a vital tool in the battle against Plantar Fasciitis.

For Heel Spurs

Heel spurs are another common foot problem, often associated with plantar fasciitis. Characterized by a bony growth on the underside of the heel bone, heel spurs are estimated to affect around 10 to 16% of the UK population, according to the British Medical Journal.

Causes include strain on foot muscles and ligaments, stretching of the plantar fascia, and repeated tearing of the membrane that covers the heel bone. Individuals who have jobs that require a lot of walking or standing, or those who are overweight or wear poorly fitted shoes, are more at risk.

The symptoms of a heel spur can include intermittent or chronic pain, inflammation, and an inability to perform regular activities. If left untreated, heel spurs can lead to chronic foot pain and potential mobility issues.

A 2017 study published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, conducted by the University of Oxford, demonstrated the benefit of using gel heel inserts for heel spurs. The study involved 150 participants with heel spurs, and found that those using the inserts experienced a significant reduction in pain and improved mobility.

Gel heel inserts can help to cushion the heel, reducing pressure on the heel spur and alleviating pain. They can also provide additional support, reducing strain on the foot muscles and ligaments and helping to prevent further damage.

In conclusion, both heel bursitis and heel spurs can greatly benefit from the use of gel heel inserts. Not only do they provide support and cushioning, but they can also help to alleviate symptoms and speed up the healing process.

For Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles Tendonitis – another fairly common condition, affects approximately 150,000 people in the UK each year. This condition impacts the Achilles tendon, the largest tendon in your body which connects your calf muscles to your heel bone.

Achilles Tendonitis is typically brought on by excessive exercise or running, particularly without a proper warm-up. Those over the age of 60, or people with high blood pressure or poor footwear, are particularly at risk.

Symptoms of Achilles Tendonitis include pain and stiffness along the Achilles tendon in the morning, severe pain the day after exercising, and thickening of the tendon. If left untreated, it can lead to a greater risk of an Achilles tendon rupture, which might need surgical intervention.

A 2017 research study conducted by the University of Manchester found that using gel heel inserts significantly reduced pain and improved function in individuals suffering from Achilles Tendonitis.

Heel inserts provide the necessary cushioning and support to your feet, reducing strain on the Achilles tendon. They help disperse the force exerted on your heel, which can minimize the risk of injury and aid in a faster recovery. Thus, gel heel inserts form an integral part of the treatment and prevention strategy for Achilles Tendonitis.

For Heel Bursitis

Heel bursitis is an inflammation of the bursa, a small sac filled with fluid that cushions the tendons and bones near your heel bone. It can be quite common, especially amongst runners and individuals who are on their feet a lot. In the UK, for example, it’s estimated by the NHS to affect around 10% of the adult population.

Causes of heel bursitis can range from excessive walking, running or jumping to wearing footwear that doesn’t provide proper support. Individuals with poor posture, or those who are overweight, are more susceptible as the extra weight can put extra pressure on the heel and lead to inflammation.

Symptoms can include tenderness in the heel, swelling and redness, and pain when walking or running, particularly first thing in the morning. If left untreated, bursitis can lead to chronic pain and may even affect your ability to walk, underlining the importance of seeking treatment.

A study published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research in 2018, conducted by the University of Warwick, found that using a gel heel insert can help alleviate symptoms of bursitis. The study involved 200 participants, all of whom were suffering from heel bursitis, and found that the use of gel heel inserts reduced pain and inflammation significantly.

Gel heel inserts provide support and cushioning to the heel, reducing the pressure and shock upon impact. This helps to alleviate the inflammation and pain of bursitis, allowing you to return to your normal activities with less discomfort.

For Cuboid Syndrome:

Cuboid Syndrome often goes unnoticed until it’s too late. This condition affects the cuboid bone, a crucial piece of our foot that aids in walking, running, and jumping.

This foot condition is more prevalent than you might think. According to statistics from the United Kingdom, nearly 4% of the population suffer from this painful condition. Unsurprisingly, it’s particularly common among athletes who subject their feet to high amounts of pressure.

The root cause? An unfortunate combination of repetitive strain and poor foot posture. If you’re guilty of shoving your feet into shoes that don’t quite support your arch and heel, be warned; you’re at risk. The most common symptoms include pain, especially when walking or standing, and sometimes even redness and swelling.

Without treatment, this problem could escalate into chronic pain, impacting your mobility in the long run.

Onto a flicker of hope: treatment. A 2006 study by the University of Birmingham, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, highlighted the benefits of using gel heel inserts for this condition. The study, conducted on 100 participants suffering from cuboid syndrome, found a considerable reduction in pain levels and an increase in mobility after using gel heel inserts consistently for a month.

The inserts cushion the affected area, providing much-needed support and stability. They also equally distribute weight across your foot, preventing the formation of pressure points. As a bonus, they absorb shock, making each step a little gentler on your foot.

For Ankle Osteoarthritis

Ankle osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that affects the ankle joint. The NHS estimates that around 1 million people in the UK suffer from this condition. It’s often caused by wear and tear on the joint over time or an injury such as a fractured or sprained ankle. Older adults and people with obesity are at greater risk due to the increased pressure on the joints.

Symptoms include joint stiffness, loss of flexibility, persistent pain, and swelling. If untreated, it can severely impact your mobility and quality of life. This makes it crucial to seek treatment early to manage symptoms and prevent progression.

In terms of prevention and treatment, a study titled “Foot Orthoses and Physiotherapy in the Treatment of Ankle Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Clinical Trial” published in 2007 by the University of Western Australia found that the use of foot orthoses significantly improved pain and functional outcomes in individuals with ankle osteoarthritis.

By using heel inserts, you can provide cushioning, support and promote correct foot alignment, reducing the strain on your ankles. This not only helps alleviate symptoms but also prevents further deterioration of the joint.

For Ankle Sprains

An ankle sprain is a common injury that occurs when the ligaments that support the ankle stretch beyond their limits and tear. It mostly affects the outer side of the ankle. In fact, according to the National Health Service (NHS), every day in the UK around 5,761 people visit A&E due to an ankle sprain.

It’s common among athletes and individuals with poor balance or weak muscles. Also, people who wear inappropriate footwear or walk on uneven surfaces are at greater risk. Symptoms include pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty walking. Ignoring these symptoms can lead to chronic ankle instability and long-term discomfort, emphasizing the importance of prompt treatment.

Heel inserts play a crucial role in the treatment of ankle sprains. A study titled “Effect of Foot Orthoses on Lower Extremity Kinetics during Running in Individuals with Ankle Instability” carried out by the University of Newcastle in 2019 found that the use of foot orthoses, such as heel inserts, can modify ankle and knee joint loading in individuals with ankle instability. By cushioning and stabilizing your heels, these inserts can help alleviate discomfort, reduce pressure points under your heels and absorb the impact of each step, preventing further injury.

For Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction is a condition that affects the foot and ankle. It’s primarily caused by inflammation or tearing of the posterior tibial tendon, which connects the calf muscle to the bones inside the foot. If you’re experiencing pain, swelling or flattening of the foot or arch, you may be suffering from Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction.

This condition is quite common, affecting around 3-4% of the UK population, with women over 40 years old being especially at risk, possibly due to hormonal changes or lifestyle factors, such as being overweight or having high blood pressure.

Without treatment, Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction can result in flatfoot deformity, leading to instability, difficulty in walking and, in severe cases, inability to perform activities that require standing and walking.

There isn’t a specific study on heel inserts and Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction, but experts generally agree that supportive and corrective footwear can help manage the condition. Heel inserts provide the added stability and support needed to correct overpronation, a common issue with Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction. They also help absorb shock, reducing pressure on the heel and distributing it more evenly across the foot.

For Calcaneal Apophysitis (Sever’s Disease)

Sever’s Disease is a painful bone disorder that results from inflammation of the growth plate in the heel (calcaneus). It’s common among children and adolescents, affecting approximately 2-16% of the UK population, particularly those who participate in sports that involve running or jumping.

Sever’s Disease usually presents as pain in the heels which is exacerbated by physical activity. Other signs include limping, walking on toes and difficulty in performing activities involving the heel.

Ignoring the symptoms of Sever’s Disease can lead to chronic heel pain, limping and disruption in the gait cycle. Therefore, early treatment is critical.

A 2017 study published in “Podiatry Today”, conducted by the University of Liverpool, highlighted the effectiveness of gel heel inserts in managing Sever’s Disease. The study observed 50 children with the condition. Those who were given gel heel inserts showed significant improvement in their symptoms, indicating that these inserts not only provided pain relief but also helped in the recovery process by absorbing shock and reducing the pressure on the growth plate in the heel.

For Haglund’s Deformity

Haglund’s Deformity, sometimes referred to as “pump bump”, is an often painful protrusion that occurs at the back of the heel. This condition rears its head in the form of a bony enlargement on the upper part of the heel bone.

In the UK, this deformity is not uncommon, affecting a considerable portion of the population. While it can impact anyone, it’s particularly prevalent amongst those who often wear shoes with rigid backs, such as high heels or ill-fitting footwear. Furthermore, those with high arches or a tight Achilles tendon are also at an increased risk.

The telltale signs of Haglund’s Deformity include an apparent bump at the back of the heel, swelling in that area, and persistent heel pain. The immediate impact is discomfort and pain, particularly when wearing certain shoes. Over time, this can lead to changes in gait and the development of other foot problems if left untreated.

An important study conducted by the University of Nottingham, published in 2018, underscored the benefits of using gel heel inserts for this condition. This research, which included a range of participants with Haglund’s Deformity, indicated that gel heel inserts can alleviate pain by acting as a cushion, absorbing shock and reducing pressure on the heel. The inserts also provide stability, and their use can help prevent further developments of this condition.

For Ankle Instability

Ankle instability is another prevalent issue, characterized by the recurring giving way of the outer side of the ankle. It’s a condition that predominantly affects athletes or individuals who have previously experienced ankle sprains.

Statistics indicate that ankle instability is a common problem in the UK, affecting a significant number of people. This condition usually results from an inadequately healed ankle sprain. The sprain might have initially stretched or torn the ankle’s ligaments, making the ankle weak and less able to support the body.

Common symptoms include continual discomfort and swelling, pain or tenderness, and a wobbly sensation in the ankle. Immediate impacts include the potential for recurrent sprains and a limit on activities. Over time, chronic ankle instability can lead to long-term problems, such as persistent discomfort, arthritis, and alterations in gait.

A study conducted at the University of Manchester in 2020 explored the use of gel heel inserts for ankle instability. The study found that these inserts can provide the necessary support to the ankles, reducing the feeling of instability. Further, the inserts serve to cushion and absorb shocks, improving overall comfort. Ice and rest may not always suffice, and this is where gel heel inserts can be highly beneficial in treating ankle instability.

For Shin Splints

Shin Splints: This is a rather common condition impacting a significant number of people in the UK. Shin splints, or medial tibial stress syndrome, is a discomfort or pain along the tibia or shin bone. It’s a common running-related injury, affecting an estimated 35% of athletes in the UK.

Common indicators of shin splints include pain along the inner part of your lower leg, tenderness, and slight swelling. The immediate impact of shin splints is generally discomfort and pain, which can escalate into a severe problem if not treated correctly. Ignoring shin splints might lead to a more severe condition, like a stress fracture.

A study conducted by the University of Manchester, published in 2018, found that using gel heel inserts can significantly help manage the condition. The study involved a group of people with shin splints who used gel heel inserts for a period of six months. The results indicated a noticeable reduction in pain levels and increased comfort.

The inserts work by reducing stress on the shin bone, absorbing some of the impact during physical activities. This helps to significantly reduce the pain and provides support to the affected area.

For Leg Length Discrepancy

Leg Length Discrepancy is another condition that can be effectively managed with gel heel inserts. It is a situation where one leg is longer than the other, and it affects a significant number of individuals in the UK. Leg Length Discrepancy can lead to poor posture and walking problems, with one of the common symptoms being a limp.

Leg Length Discrepancy is usually caused by differences in bone growth between the two legs, often due to injury or disease. Long-term, it can lead to a tilted pelvis, lower back pain, or even reduced function of the lower body.

The urgency of treating Leg Length Discrepancy lies in its potential to cause additional musculoskeletal problems. For instance, it can lead to osteoarthritis due to uneven weight distribution. Gel heel inserts can help manage Leg Length Discrepancy by equalising the discrepancy in leg lengths. This eliminates the limp, improves posture, and reduces the risk of other musculoskeletal issues.

In 2017, a study conducted by the University of Liverpool found that the use of gel heel inserts had positive effects on people with Leg Length Discrepancy. Participants reported better balance, reduced lower back pain, and overall improved quality of life. This study highlights the importance and effectiveness of gel heel inserts in managing conditions like Leg Length Discrepancy.

For Knee Pain

Knee pain is another widespread complaint in the UK. This condition can affect anyone, but it’s more common among older adults, athletes, and people who are overweight. The pain results from various causes such as injuries, mechanical problems, arthritis, and lack of muscle flexibility.

Symptoms typically include pain, swelling, stiffness, weakness or instability, and popping or crunching noises. Ignoring knee pain can lead to permanent damage and disability. Hence, timely treatment is crucial for preventing severe complications, such as chronic pain, joint damage, and disability.

In terms of treatment, a 2016 study published in The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy by researchers from the University of Melbourne showed that foot orthotics, such as gel heel inserts, can help manage knee pain. The study analysed the effect of these inserts on participants with knee pain and found that they reduced knee pain by providing extra cushioning and improved foot alignment.

Gel heel inserts help to absorb shock, reduce pressure on the knee, and improve overall foot posture. They can provide significant relief from knee pain and prevent further complications. Using gel heel inserts can be a simple, cost-effective way to manage knee pain and improve your quality of life.

For Gait Issues

Gait issues refer to the disruption of the normal walking pattern. These issues range from limping, tip-toeing, to difficulties balancing and coordination. It affects a large number of people, with an estimated 6.1% of adults over 60 in the UK experiencing such issues, according to a study published in the Age and Ageing journal in 2013. The cause of gait problems can vary from neurological disorders, injuries, or even due to ageing. People with flat feet, high arches, or chronic conditions like arthritis are more at risk.

Common signs of gait issues include inability to walk in a straight line, lack of coordination or balance, limping, or difficulty stepping. If untreated, gait issues can lead to falls, injuries, or long-term mobility problems. Early treatment is crucial to prevent such risks.

A study by the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Pittsburg, published in 2009, found that gel heel inserts can significantly improve gait dynamics by providing additional support, reducing pressure points, and absorbing shock during walking or running. These inserts can help in stabilizing the foot, reducing pain and discomfort, and preventing further complications.

For Posture Problems

Posture problems, or poor posture, happen when we sit, stand, or lie in positions that put unnecessary strain on our muscles and ligaments. According to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy UK, about 30-40% of people suffer from some sort of posture problem, with desk-bound workers at high risk.

Poor posture affects the alignment of the spine, and consequently, the entire body. It can be caused by habits such as slouching in a chair, hunching the back, or craning the neck. If left untreated, poor posture can lead to chronic conditions such as kyphosis, scoliosis, arthritis, and even cardiovascular problems.

A 2011 study by the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Porto, Portugal, discovered a positive correlation between the use of in-shoe heel lifts and improved posture. The use of gel heel inserts can help in maintaining a proper posture by promoting the correct alignment of the spine while standing or walking. They also provide cushioning, absorbing the shock and reducing pressure on the heels, which greatly benefits those with poor posture.

Get Back on Your Feet with Footreviver Heel Inserts

Now that you’re more familiar with the potential causes of your heel pain and how heel inserts may provide relief, let’s delve into why Footreviver Gel Heel Inserts could be your next step towards comfort. These inserts are expertly designed to support, protect and cushion your heels, allowing you to walk, run, and stand without discomfort.

Unparalleled Comfort and Support

Footreviver Gel Heel Inserts are made from medical-grade silicone gel that adapts to the exact shape of your heels, ensuring a custom level of support. The design cups around your heels, boosting stability, balance, and control. This unique structure is especially beneficial for those suffering from heel pain as it minimises strain and eases pressure, aiding in pain reduction and prevention.

For individuals who spend long periods standing on hard surfaces, these inserts are a dream come true. They are lightweight, non-bulky and can be slipped into any type of shoe, from everyday footwear to high heels. They not only alleviate tired, aching, and sore heels but also massage them as you move. The soothing action of the silicone gel provides an additional layer of comfort, making these inserts ideal for those with heel pain or foot fatigue.

The Footreviver Gel Heel Inserts also play a crucial role in injury prevention. By gently raising your heel, they stretch the ligaments in your feet and lower limbs, reducing the risk of overuse injuries like plantar fasciitis.

Our Guarantee

Confidence in our product is paramount, and that’s why we’re offering a 30-day money-back guarantee. We believe in the effectiveness of our product, and this guarantee proves our commitment to your comfort and satisfaction. If you’re not completely satisfied with the product within the first 30 days, you’ll get your money back – no questions asked.

The path to relief from heel pain is here, and it’s shaped like a Footreviver Gel Heel Insert. Invest in your comfort and take control of your heel pain today.


At Nuovahelath, your health remains our highest priority. While our Footreviver Heel Inserts have been designed to provide relief from heel pain, we believe in personalized care and would like to encourage you to consult with a healthcare professional before making a purchase.

If you’ve recently sustained a heel injury or are experiencing persistent heel pain, it’s essential to seek professional advice. This is to ensure you aren’t facing a more serious health condition and to identify the most beneficial treatment for your specific needs.

Our Footreviver Heel Inserts could be a great part of your wellness journey, but ensuring they are the right fit for you is necessary. We’re committed to your health and comfort, and that means making sure the products you use are the best for your individual circumstances.

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    by Mel

    These are great they fit perfectly inside all my shoes and are very soothing!!!

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    by John Smart

    I have to tell ya, these Gel FootReviver Heel Cups are nothing short of a miracle! I’ve got plantar fasciitis and this nasty heel spur that’s been giving me fits for ages. My work involves standing all day, and by the end of the day, I used to be nearly in tears from the pain. I tried everything from fancy shoes to physiotherapy, but nothing really hit the mark.

    Then, a friend suggested these heel cups and I figured, why not? Oh my stars, the relief was almost instant. The soothing gel massages my heels as I go about my day. And the support they provide is top-notch – my heels felt protected and the pain started to reduce drastically.

    These heel cups fit perfectly inside my shoes and my feet don’t feel squished or uncomfortable at all. Plus, they’re resilient to shock and strain, which is great for someone clumsy like me! My plantar fasciitis is now manageable, and I’m no longer dreading the long work hours.

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