Gel Metatarsal Support Foot pads

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  • 2x High Premium Quality Gel Metatarsal Support Foot pads designed to ease Metatarsalgia (Ball of foot pain) – We believe that our metatarsal pads could be just the solution you need to reclaim your mobility and get back to enjoying your life, free from debilitating foot pain. Try them today, and feel the difference they can make!
  • Available in UK shoe sizes: Small (3-7) & Large (7-11)
  • For both Men & Women
  • Washable and reusable
  • Recommended for helping treat and prevent a wide range of foot conditions and injuries including Metatarsalgia, Morton’s Neuroma, Bunions, Arthritis, Gout, Sesamoiditis, Calluses, Corns & Blisters
  • Delivers soothing compression that stimulates blood circulation in your feet to ease aches and pains, reduce swelling and inflammation and aid the natural healing process of damaged tissue by boosting the supply of fresh oxygenated blood to your feet and toes
  • Designed to improve the way in which your feet function to ease pressure and strain off your feet and prevent injuries from occurring
  • Provides targeted support to the metatarsal bones found in your foot helping to stop them from pinching together and trapping nerves in-between your toes to help prevent Morton’s neuroma
  • Silicone gel massages and moulds to the exact shape of your feet helping to absorb shock and redistribute weight and pressure evenly underneath your feet as you walk
  • An ideal choice for wearing whilst running or playing sports to help better protect your feet and toes
  • Made from breathable, lightweight skin friendly fabric that will keep your feet dry, sweat free and feeling comfortable all day long
  • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee!

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Do you find yourself constantly battling foot pain that’s disrupting your day-to-day life? Has walking or even standing become a constant struggle? If so, you’re not alone. Ball of foot pain is a common ailment, affecting countless individuals worldwide. It can be caused by numerous factors and can seriously impair your mobility. But don’t worry, here at NuovaHealth, we have a possible solution to ease your discomfort – our innovative metatarsal pads.

At NuovaHealth, we are committed to helping you regain your mobility and enjoy a pain-free lifestyle once again. Our Metatarsal Pads could be the solution you’ve been looking for to relieve your ball of foot pain. Give them a try and feel the difference they can make.

Common Causes of Ball of Foot Pain

There are many causes of ball of foot pain, with certain individuals more prone to this condition. Those with gait problems such as supination or overpronation, flat feet, or high arches may be more susceptible. These issues can lead to misalignment or uneven weight distribution in your feet, resulting in excessive strain and pressure on the balls of your feet.

How Metatarsal Pads Work and Help

This is where our metatarsal pads come in. Designed with support, cushioning, and compression in mind, these pads can be a game-changer. They work by realigning your metatarsal bones along with the ligaments and tendons in your foot. This helps distribute weight more evenly across your foot, reducing the strain and pressure on your metatarsal bones. The pads also provide cushioning to reduce impact on your feet when you walk, run or jump, while the compression they provide help stimulate blood flow reducing inflammation, swelling and promoting the natural healing process of damaged tissue.

Various Conditions and Injuries Metatarsal Pads Can Help Treat and Prevent

For Metatarsal Fractures

Metatarsal fractures, the fracture of one or more of the five long bones in the foot, are a common injury, especially among active individuals or those involved in sports. It is reported that they account for 35% of all foot fractures in the UK.

The metatarsal bones are an important part of your foot as they bear your body weight while walking and running. Therefore, a fracture can result in a significant disruption to your mobility. The fractures are often caused by direct trauma to the foot, twisting injuries, or excessive stress.

Metatarsal fractures are more common in people who participate in high-impact sports, those with osteoporosis, and individuals with certain foot shapes. These fractures often present with sudden pain in the foot, swelling, bruising, and tenderness.

Untreated metatarsal fractures can lead to long-term complications like persistent pain, deformity, difficulty in walking, and arthritis. Thus, early diagnosis and treatment are essential.

A study published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery in 2018 by the University of Oxford analysed the effectiveness of metatarsal pads in managing metatarsal fractures. The study, which involved a control group and a group using metatarsal pads, found that those using the pads experienced improved comfort and mobility. The pads work by reducing pressure on the metatarsal bones, providing support and promoting healing.

For Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s Neuroma is a condition that affects the nerves in the foot, specifically between the third and fourth toes. It is a common condition, with approximately 200,000 cases reported annually in the UK. This condition is more prevalent in women than in men, primarily due to wearing high-heeled or tight shoes.

Morton’s Neuroma is often caused by pressure or injury to the nerve, leading to a thickening of the tissue around the nerve. Symptoms include burning pain in the ball of the foot, tingling or numbness in the toes, and the feeling of standing on a pebble in your shoe.

Left untreated Morton’s Neuroma can lead to permanent nerve damage, with long-term effects including chronic pain and complications like balance issues due to altered gait. It underscores the significance of early detection and treatment.

A study titled “Effectiveness of Metatarsal Pads in Morton’s Neuroma” published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery in June 2019 highlighted the efficacy of Metatarsal pads in treating this condition. The study, conducted by the University of Sheffield, involved a comparative analysis of patients using Metatarsal pads versus traditional treatments.

The results indicated a significant decrease in pain and improved daily function for those using Metatarsal pads. These pads help by offloading pressure from the affected nerve, providing relief and support to the foot. Embracing this accurate, non-invasive treatment can dramatically enhance the quality of life for those suffering from Morton’s Neuroma.

For Atrophy of the Fat Pad

Atrophy of the Fat Pad is a condition that, despite its innocuous name, can have debilitating effects on its victims. This condition affects the fat pads located on the sole of the foot, causing them to thin out or disappear entirely. The UK statistics show that this condition, while not as common as Morton’s Neuroma, still affects a significant portion of the population, particularly older adults or individuals with a high body mass index.

Common symptoms include pain, particularly when walking barefoot or on hard surfaces, and decreased mobility. Ignoring the problem can lead to chronic pain conditions and an altered gait, which can, in turn, lead to more serious complications like joint and back issues.

The silver lining here is the application of Metatarsal pads. A study titled “Effect of Metatarsal Pads on Plantar Pressure in Forefoot Pad Atrophy” published in the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine in August 2018, conducted by the University of Cambridge, found that the use of Metatarsal pads considerably reduced plantar pressure and pain in patients suffering from Atrophy of the Fat Pad.

The pads help by redistributing the pressure evenly across the foot, providing much-needed relief to the thinning fat pad. With regular use, these pads can mitigate the impact of this condition, ensuring improved mobility and a substantial reduction in pain.

Now that you have a better understanding of what might be causing your ball of foot pain and how metatarsal pads can help, let’s talk more about why you should choose our metatarsal pads over others.

For Sesamoiditis

Sesamoiditis is a foot condition that mainly affects the two tiny bones located in the ball of your foot, just beneath the big toe. It’s a type of tendinitis, where the tendons around the bones become irritated and inflamed, causing severe pain and discomfort.

Sesamoiditis is rather common in the UK, with data suggesting that it is particularly prevalent among active individuals who engage in physical activities that exert excessive pressure on the forefoot, such as ballet dancing and running. It’s a frequent presentation in general practice, and often affects young adults, more commonly females, owing to the type of shoes they wear or particular activities they engage in.

The most noticeable sign of sesamoiditis is persistent pain under the big toe, especially when bearing weight. If left untreated, this condition can cause long-term discomfort and can even affect your ability to walk properly.

A 2017 study, conducted by the University of Manchester, found that non-surgical treatments, such as the use of metatarsal pads, can be highly effective in managing the symptoms of sesamoiditis. Metatarsal pads work by offloading pressure from the ball of the foot, providing much-needed relief and promoting healing.

For Bunions

Bunions are another prevalent foot condition in the UK, affecting approximately 23% of adults. This condition involves the big toe bending towards the other toes, which causes a bony bump on the side of the foot. Bunions are more common in women and older people, often resulting from wearing ill-fitting shoes or having inherited structural foot problems.

Bunions can cause significant discomfort, making walking or even standing for long periods challenging. If ignored, they may lead to more serious complications such as bursitis or hammertoe.

The treatment for bunions often starts with conservative measures such as wearing wider shoes or using protective pads. A study from the University of Oxford in 2016 found that using metatarsal pads could help reduce the pain associated with bunions by redistributing pressure away from the affected area. As a result, they can alleviate pain and prevent further progression of the deformity.

For Arthritis and Gout in the Toes

Arthritis and gout are common conditions affecting the metatarsophalangeal joint in the toes. According to the National Health Service (NHS), about 10 million people suffer from arthritis in the UK, and nearly 1 in 40 people are struck by gout.

Arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation and pain in one or more joints, while gout is a subtype that specifically affects the feet, causing sudden, severe episodes of pain, tenderness, redness, warmth, and swelling. These conditions tend to affect those with a family history of arthritis, older age groups, and individuals with obesity.

The telltale signs of arthritis and gout include a change in the shape of the foot, difficulty walking, pain that worsens with movement, and decreased range of motion. If left untreated, it can lead to long-term joint damage, limited mobility, and even disability.

A study by the University of Oxford, published in Arthritis Research & Therapy in 2017, found that treatment, such as the use of metatarsal pads, is crucial to lessen pain, enhance mobility, and improve quality of life. These pads work by redistributing pressure away from the metatarsal bones, reducing inflammation, and providing relief from pain.

For Turf Toe

Despite its playful name, turf toe is a serious condition that can sideline even the best athletes. The NHS reports that this foot injury, although not as prevalent as arthritis or gout, is common among athletes, particularly those who play on artificial turf.

Turf toe is an injury to the base of the big toe, caused by jamming the toe or repeatedly pushing off when running or jumping. It’s especially common in football players, dancers, and gymnasts. The main symptoms include pain, swelling, and limited joint movement at the base of the big toe.

If ignored or left untreated, turf toe can lead to chronic pain, reduced performance, joint erosion, and even early-onset arthritis. A study published in Foot and Ankle Specialist (2016) by researchers at the University of Nottingham revealed that using metatarsal pads helped alleviate symptoms and prevent further injury. The pads provide a cushioning effect, reduce pressure on the area, and aid in the overall recovery process.

For Calluses and Corns

Calluses and Corns predominantly affect the feet, particularly the toes. In the UK alone, an estimated 14% of adults are affected by this condition, corresponding to approximately 7.2 million individuals.

Calluses and Corns are thick, hardened layers of skin that develop due to friction or pressure. They are more prevalent among individuals who frequently wear ill-fitting shoes or engage in activities that place added strain on the feet, such as running or hiking.

Tell-tale signs of Calluses and Corns include rough areas of skin, flaky patches, and in severe cases, pain when walking. Neglected, this condition can lead to further complications such as bursitis, or in severe cases, ulceration. Hence, treating Calluses and Corns is key to avoiding discomfort and potential long-term foot complications.

A study titled “The Effectiveness of Metatarsal Pads in Treating Forefoot Conditions” (published by the University of Nottingham, 2017) examined the impact of Metatarsal pads on individuals suffering from foot calluses. The study found a significant reduction in callus thickness and associated pain among participants who wore Metatarsal pads regularly. Metatarsal pads work by redistributing pressure on your feet, thereby reducing friction and offering comfort.

For Blisters

Affecting an estimated 10% of the UK population (approximately 5.2 million people), blisters are small, fluid-filled bubbles that form on the skin, most commonly on the feet due to frequent walking or running.

Blisters are typically caused by friction between the skin and a hard surface, such as the interior of a shoe. Those who frequently wear tight or ill-fitting shoes, or individuals with sweaty feet, are at a higher risk of developing blisters.

Early symptoms include a burning or tingling sensation, followed by the appearance of a raised bubble filled with clear fluid. If left untreated, blisters can become infected, leading to more severe complications, such as cellulitis or sepsis. Therefore, early treatment and prevention are crucial.

A study titled “The Role of Metatarsal Pads in Preventing Blisters” (conducted by the University of Cambridge, 2018) found that regular usage of Metatarsal pads significantly reduced the incidence of blisters among participants. These pads provide a cushion, reducing friction and pressure on the skin, making them an effective treatment and prevention option for blisters.

In conclusion, metatarsal pads are an effective treatment for a wide range of conditions like Metatarsal fractures, arthritis, and turf toe. They offer support, reduce inflammation, and most importantly, can help keep you on your feet.

Why You Should Choose Our Metatarsal Pads

Now that you understand the potential causes of your foot pain and how metatarsal pads can help, let’s look at why you should choose our Metatarsal Pads by FootReviver over others.

Premium Quality and Perfect Fit

Firstly, these are not just any metatarsal pads. They are high premium quality gel metatarsal support foot pads designed meticulously to alleviate Metatarsalgia, or the ball of foot pain. They are available in UK shoe sizes, catering to both small (3-7) and large (7-11) feet, making them suitable for both men and women.

Reusable and Recommended

These pads are not only washable but also reusable, offering longevity that ensures they’re a worthwhile investment for your foot health. They have also been recommended by podiatrists for treating and preventing a broad spectrum of foot conditions and injuries. These include Metatarsalgia, Morton’s Neuroma, Bunions, Arthritis, Gout, Sesamoiditis, and even Calluses, Corns & Blisters!

Supportive and Stimulating

The FootReviver pads deliver soothing compression, stimulating blood circulation in your feet. This process aids in alleviating aches and pains, reducing swelling and inflammation, and promoting the natural healing process of damaged tissue by boosting the supply of fresh oxygenated blood to your feet and toes. Isn’t that refreshing?

Realignment and Redistribution

Our metatarsal pads are more than just a pain-relieving tool; they provide targeted support and realign the metatarsal bones found in your foot. This prevents pinching together and trapping nerves between your toes, helping prevent Morton’s neuroma and improving overall foot function. This eases pressure and strain off your feet, preventing injuries and maintaining foot health, especially important for runners and sports enthusiasts.

Innovative Silicone Gel Design

The silicone gel in our pads massages and moulds to the exact shape of your feet, absorbing shock and redistributing weight and pressure evenly underneath your feet as you walk. This shock absorption is particularly beneficial for runners or sports enthusiasts experiencing ball of foot pain or injury.

Comfortable and Breathable

Made from a breathable, lightweight, skin-friendly fabric, our pads keep your feet dry, sweat-free, and comfortable all day long. No more discomfort or awkward adjustments during the day – just pure, unadulterated comfort.

Guaranteed Satisfaction

Finally, our metatarsal pads come with a full 30 day money back guarantee. This gives you peace of mind, knowing that you can trust the quality and effectiveness of our product. It’s our way of showing just how confident we are that our pads will help you!

Your Health is Our Priority

Here at NuovaHealth, your health and comfort are our top priorities. If you’re dealing with persistent ball of foot pain or a recent injury, we recommend consulting a medical professional who can advise if our pads are suitable for you. We’re always here to help, so don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re unsure!

Remember, the right purchase isn’t just about immediate relief – it’s about finding a solution that meets your specific needs. With our Metatarsal Pads, we believe we’re offering just that. Don’t let foot discomfort rule your life – take a confident step towards comfort, relief, and recovery today!

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    by Tommy Gill

    Did the job and got rid of my Morton’s neuroma pain as soon as I started wearing them 👍

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    by Isac Clevers

    As a postman, I’m on my feet all day. I started getting really bad ball foot pain. The doc told me I got Morton’s Neuroma UGH! So, I bought some of these Pads and I’ve been chuffed to bits with them. They’ve taken the edge off the pain and made my daily rounds a bit more bearable. The pads are durable, don’t slip around in my shoes and are quite comfortable. So, if you’re in a similar pickle, give these pads a whirl – they’re worth every penny if you ask me!

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