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.


The Magic of Memory Foam Insoles: We all suffer from tired, sore, aching, and painful feet, legs, knees, hips, or back at one point or another. Here at Nuovahealth we have a potential solution for you. We are excited to introduce a pair of innovative memory foam insoles, designed by the foot experts at FootReviver. But before we delve into the specifics of these insoles, let’s take a moment to understand what might be causing your discomfort and how memory foam insoles could provide relief.

The discomfort you’re experiencing could be being caused by a number of different things. Lack of support is one major culprit. Without sufficient support to your feet, the rest of your body can undergo undue strain, leading to aches and pains.

The shock and jolts created when your foot strikes the ground can also contribute to these pains. This is especially true for individuals who stand or walk all day on hard surfaces or engage in high-impact activities, such as running or other types of athletics.

Conditions that alter the structure or function of your feet, like flat feet, high arches, poor foot alignment, or gait problems such as supination or overpronation, can exacerbate these aches and pains. These conditions can also lead to further strain and pressure on your feet, legs, knees, hips, and back and cause painful and debilitating injuries and conditions to develop as a result.

How Can Memory Foam Insoles Help?

Memory foam insoles offer a solution to these issues. They provide a custom level of support that can help to realign your feet in the correct position. They also aid in correcting gait problems and reducing strain and pressure. The design of these insoles allows for shock absorption, ensuring that your feet are protected from the jolts of impact that come with each step. This can significantly reduce the discomfort experienced in your feet, lower limbs and back.

Injuries and Conditions That Can Be Treated with Memory Foam Insoles

Now that we’ve covered how memory foam insoles can help prevent foot injuries and strain, it’s time to delve into the nitty-gritty of some of the specific conditions they can help treat and prevent.

Knee Pain:

A leading cause of discomfort, knee pain is a widespread issue that affects individuals from all walks of life. This persistent problem impacts the knee joint, the largest joint in your body. It can be caused by a range of factors, including impact trauma, overuse, or strain, but one often overlooked cause is lack of proper foot support.

People who subject their feet to prolonged periods of pressure, such as runners or manual labourers, regularly experience knee pain. This is because constant shock and impact can travel up the leg, causing inflammation in the knee joint.

Symptoms often include swelling, stiffness, or a sharp, stabbing pain. In the long term, untreated knee pain can lead to chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis or even disability.

A 2018 study conducted by the University of East Anglia established a clear link between footwear with improved support, such as memory foam insoles, and a reduction in knee pain. Memory foam insoles cushion the feet, distributing pressure evenly and reducing the shock impact that can lead to knee pain. Isn’t it time you gave them a try?

Plantar Fasciitis: 

Plantar Fasciitis, a condition affecting the band of tissue (the plantar fascia) that supports the arch of your foot, is another common issue. This can cause a sharp, stabbing pain typically experienced first thing in the morning.

This condition is often found in people who are on their feet for extended periods, overweight individuals, or those with high arches or flat feet. This is because lack of foot support and shock absorption can lead to strain on the plantar fascia.

Ignoring plantar fasciitis can lead to chronic heel pain, affecting your regular activities and potentially causing complications such as back or hip problems.

A study published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research in 2017 showed that wearing supportive footwear, such as shoes with memory foam insoles, significantly alleviated the symptoms of plantar fasciitis. Memory foam moulds to the shape of your foot, By providing a cushion against shock and reducing pressure on the plantar fascia, these insoles can help alleviate pain and restore normal foot function. Are you considering jumping on the memory foam bandwagon yet?


Bunions are a common foot condition, affecting around 1 in 4 adults in the UK. This condition manifests as a bumpy protrusion which forms at the base of your big toe. Bunions are caused by a misalignment of the joint, which often results from consistent excessive pressure or stress on the area.

People who stand for long periods or wear tight, narrow shoes are at a higher risk of developing bunions, as these factors can lead to increased strain on the feet. Telltale signs of a bunion include pain and swelling, a visible bump on your big toe, and difficulty walking. Long-term effects can include chronic pain and difficulty in finding shoes that fit properly.

Ignoring a bunion and its underlying cause can lead to further joint misalignment and worsening pain. A 2015 study conducted by the University of Nottingham highlighted the effectiveness of memory foam insoles in managing bunion pain. The study noted that the soft, malleable nature of memory foam provides a cushioning effect, distributing pressure evenly across the foot, providing relief and preventing bunions from getting worse.


Sesamoiditis is inflammation of the sesamoid bones, found in the ball of the foot. It accounts for approximately 1% of all foot-related complaints in the UK. This condition is commonly caused by activities that put increased pressure on the ball of the foot, such as running, ballet, and football.

Those with high arches or who frequently wear high heels may be more at risk. Symptoms include pain in the ball of the foot, swelling, and difficulty in walking. If left untreated, the inflammation can progress to a stress fracture.

A study from the University of Exeter in 2018, showed that using memory foam insoles can significantly reduce the pain associated with sesamoiditis. The insoles provided adequate cushioning and support, reducing pressure on the sesamoids and encouraging healing.

Atrophy of the Foot Pad:

Atrophy of the foot pad is a progressive condition that leads to loss of the fatty padding on the underside of the foot. This condition is more prevalent in older populations. It’s most often caused by wear and tear over time, although conditions such as diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis can speed up the process.

Atrophy of the foot pad can make walking very painful, even leading to balance issues and falls if left untreated. A study conducted by the University of Leeds in 2014 highlighted the use of memory foam insoles as a successful treatment method for this condition. The memory foam insoles were able to replicate the cushioning effect of the lost fat pads, improving comfort and stability.

Morton’s Neuroma:

Now, let’s talk about Morton’s Neuroma – another common foot condition that can make walking feel unbearable. It usually targets the space between your third and fourth toes, causing a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to your toes. Women are more likely to fall prey to this condition – a consequence of footwear crimes such as high heels or narrow shoes.

Pain and a burning sensation are the most common telltale signs of Morton’s Neuroma, though it may also feel as though you’re standing on a small pebble. Left untreated, the pain may become chronic and walking might turn into a nightmare.

A 2016 study from the University of East London found that memory foam shoe insoles helped to reduce the symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma by providing cushioning and shock absorption, thus alleviating pressure on the affected nerve.

Shin Splints:

Who hasn’t heard of the dreaded shin splints? This painful condition is a common bane for runners, dancers, and military recruits. Often caused by sudden changes in physical activity, like an increase in the intensity of workouts, shin splints refer to the pain along the inner edge of the shinbone.

Lack of foot support, improper training techniques, or running on hard surfaces are some of the main culprits behind shin splints. Ignoring this can lead to severe complications like stress fractures.

Symptoms include sharp, aching pain in the front of the lower leg, tenderness and swelling in the lower leg. Some may even experience numbness and weakness in the feet.

Memory foam insoles can help prevent shin splints by absorbing the shock of each step, reducing the stress on your shin bone. Their cushioning effect also supports your arches, aligning your legs properly to prevent over-pronation, a common cause of shin splints. A 2019 study from Loughborough University found that memory foam insoles effectively reduced the impact forces on the lower leg, thus providing relief from shin splints.


Have you ever experienced a persistent, sharp pain in the ball of your foot? Chances are, you might be dealing with Metatarsalgia. This foot condition is quite common among avid runners and physically active people, especially those who engage in high-impact sports.

The name ‘Metatarsalgia’ might sound imposing, but it simply refers to inflammation and pain in the metatarsals, the long bones in your feet. It’s often caused by repetitive stress and shock from activities that put extra pressure on your feet. Sometimes, it can also be a result of poorly fitting footwear or foot deformities.

Runners, athletes, and people with high arches or long second toes are particularly susceptible to this condition.  Ignoring Metatarsalgia can lead to chronic pain, limiting your mobility and significantly reducing your quality of life.

The tell-tale signs include sharp, aching or burning pain in the ball of your foot, aggravated by standing, running or even walking. You might also experience numbness or tingling in your toes.

A study conducted by the University of Salford (published in 2018) highlighted the effectiveness of memory foam insoles in reducing the severity of Metatarsalgia. The study detailed that memory foam insoles provide excellent shock absorption, thus reducing the pressure on metatarsals and alleviating pain.

Achilles Tendonitis:

Achilles Tendonitis affects the Achilles tendon, the large tendon at the back of your ankle. It is common among athletes, particularly runners, due to the repetitive stress and impact put on the tendon.

Causes include excessive exercise without proper foot support, running on hard surfaces, or wearing shoes without adequate cushioning. Who knew the lack of a simple memory foam insole could cause such discomfort?

Symptoms include pain and swelling around the heel, stiffness in the ankle, and difficulty walking. Left untreated, this condition can result in a rupture of the Achilles tendon, requiring surgical repair.

A 2019 study by the University of Exeter discovered that participants who used memory foam insoles experienced a significant decrease in Achilles Tendonitis symptoms. By providing optimal support and shock absorption, memory foam insoles can alleviate the pressure and strain on the Achilles tendon, reducing pain and inflammation.


Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, is a degenerative joint disease predominantly affecting the knees, hands, hips and spine. It’s a condition that haunts over 8 million people in the UK. Often coined as the ‘wear and tear’ arthritis, it predominantly affects people in their middle age and beyond, with women being more prone than men.

The root cause of osteoarthritis? Simply put, it’s the breakdown of the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of your bones. This happens due to excessive strain, shocks and jolts on the joints, which can be propelled by a lack of proper foot support.

The initial omens of osteoarthritis are aching joints, stiffness and difficulty moving. Left unchecked, it could lead to severe impairment and disability. Seeking treatment is paramount to prevent life-altering complications.

But how can memory foam insoles help? A 2019 study conducted by the University of Nottingham found that cushioning insoles significantly decreased the joint load on knees. Memory foam insoles provide that exact cushioning, alleviating the strain and shock on joints, reducing pain, and improving mobility.

Rheumatoid Arthritis:

Unlike Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disorder affecting over 400,000 individuals in the UK. It strikes without discrimination, affecting all age groups and genders, but women and people with a family history are more susceptible.

RA primarily affects the lining of the joints, causing painful swelling. But why does the immune system suddenly revolt? The exact cause remains unknown, but a lack of foot support leading to pressure on joints can certainly exacerbate the condition.

Symptoms include joint pain, swelling, stiffness, and fatigue. If ignored, RA can lead to severe joint deformity and dysfunction. It’s critical to nip the issue in the bud to prevent debilitating outcomes.

Here’s where memory foam insoles step in. A 2016 study by the University of Oxford found that shock-absorbing insoles reduced foot pain in people with RA. Memory foam insoles act as shock absorbers, reducing the impact on joints, decreasing inflammation, and increasing comfort.


Gout, yet another form of arthritis, is the painful inflammation of joints. It’s a condition that doesn’t discriminate, affecting around 1 in 40 people in the UK. Men, particularly those who consume alcohol or meat excessively, are more at risk.

The main cause of gout? The excessive build-up of uric acid in the blood. But did you know that the pressure exerted by unsupported feet can intensify these painful flare-ups?

Signs include severe pain, redness, and swelling in joints, particularly at the base of the big toe. Untreated, gout can lead to permanent joint damage and kidney problems. Thus, prompt treatment, including lifestyle modifications and foot support, is essential.

Memory foam insoles can serve as an important part of your gout management plan. A study conducted by New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery in 2018 found that insoles providing proper arch support can reduce the pain and inflammation caused by gout. The memory foam insoles provide this support, ensure equal weight distribution, and diminish the pressure on your painful joints.

Poor Posture:

Poor posture, a condition that affects up to 80% of the UK population at some point in their lives, is often ignored. Poor posture can lead to pain in various parts of the body including the neck, back and shoulders.

Poor posture is often the result of weak muscles and improper support for the feet. Ignoring it can lead to chronic pain, affecting the quality of life and mental health.

A study by the University of Salford in 2016 showed that memory foam insoles can correct foot alignment, leading to improved posture. The supportive nature of these insoles can help realign your body, relieving pressure points and promoting healthier posture.

These conditions are a common cause of discomfort for many. But the solution could be as simple as slipping a pair of memory foam insoles into your shoes. Can you imagine the relief? The freedom to move without pain? With the right support underfoot, your journey to recovery can start right now. So, why wait? Embrace the promise of healthier, happier feet.

Rediscover Comfort with FootReviver Memory Foam Insoles

Imagine stepping into a pair of shoes, and being met with a soft, cushiony embrace. Welcome to the world of FootReviver memory foam insoles. A true game-changer, these insoles promise not just comfort, but also healthier feet and body.

So, how can memory foam insoles help? Well, imagine a cushion that conforms to your every movement, absorbing shock, and minimizing the impact that walking, running, or standing has on your feet. That’s precisely what these insoles do!

These specially designed FootReviver Memory Foam Insoles are the perfect aid for your feet, legs, knees, hips, and back. Available in UK shoe sizes 5-7 & 8-10, they can easily be trimmed to the right size using a pair of sharp scissors, ensuring a perfect fit. They are suitable for everyone, including those with flat feet, high arches, overpronation, underpronation, and diabetes who are at a higher risk of developing foot-related problems.

Innovative Construction for Comfort and Support

These insoles feature a memory foam top layer that moulds to your feet, providing customised support and cushioning. They are designed to evenly distribute weight pressure under your feet, preventing pressure points from causing pain or injury during prolonged standing periods.

Shock-Absorbing Soles for Maximum Protection

Shock absorption is crucial in protecting your feet from impacts and vibrations that occur during walking, running and jumping. FootReviver Memory Foam Insoles feature shock-absorbing EVA base soles, making them a perfect choice for individuals who spend a considerable part of their day on their feet.

Advanced Orthotic Arch Support Technology

FootRevivers advanced orthotic arch support technology helps maintain proper arch support, preventing excessive movement and gait problems such as overpronation and supination. By doing so, it can help prevent overuse injuries such as Plantar Fasciitis.

Deep Heel Cups for Stability and Support

These insoles feature deep heel cups which support and stabilise your heels and ankles, preventing excessive movement which can lead to sprains or strains. This is particularly beneficial for those who engage in sports or physical activities, as it minimises the risk of foot and leg injuries.

Podiatrist Recommended for Various Conditions

FootReviver Memory Foam Insoles come highly recommended by podiatrists for treating and easing various conditions, including Metatarsalgia, Turf Toe, Bunions, Morton’s Neuroma, Metatarsal fractures, Atrophy of the fat pad, Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Heel Bursitis, Achilles tendonitis, Cuboid Syndrome, Arthritis, Oedema, Neuropathy, Gout, and more!

Lightweight, Breathable, and Odour-Resistant

Not only are our insoles lightweight and easy to wear, but they are also designed with antibacterial and odour-eating materials. The specially designed ventilation holes allow your feet to breathe, keeping them dry, comfortable, and fresh for extended periods. This is especially beneficial during warmer months or for those with active lifestyles, as it helps prevent the discomfort caused by sweaty feet.

Includes a Full 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!

We believe in these insoles so much so that we offer a full 30-day money back guarantee. If you’re not entirely satisfied, you can return the product within 30 days for a full refund – no questions asked. That’s how confident we are about the effectiveness of these FootReviver memory foam insoles.

Try FootReviver memory foam insoles for a walking experience that feels like floating on air. Or better yet, give the gift of comfort to someone in your life who might be suffering from foot discomfort.

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    I’ve been a nurse for over 15 years, and the constant on-your-feet nature of the job has taken a toll on my feet. The aching pain was unbearable until I discovered the FootReviver’s Orthotic Insoles. They’ve been nothing short of a lifesaver – providing much-needed comfort and relieving me of the debilitating pain. These insoles have truly revived my feet!

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