Metatarsal Pads for Women & Men – For Mortons Neuroma, Callus Skin, Blisters, Metatarsal Foot Pain, Bunion, & Forefoot Cushioning

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  • 1x pair of Silicone Gel Metatarsal Pads designed specially for Ball Of foot pain, Mortons Neuroma, Callus Skin, Blisters, Metatarsal Foot Pain, Bunion & Forefoot Cushioning
  • For both Men & Women
  • One size fits all
  • Quick and easy to wear & Suitable for wearing inside a wide range of shoes and boots
  • Washable & reusable
  • Designed to ease pressure and tension of the toes and metatarsal bones
  • Provides extra support and protection to your forefoot, metatarsal bones and ball of foot
  • Realigns and repositions your metatarsal bones into the correct position
  • Ideal for treating and easing Bunions, Blisters, metatarsalgia (Ball of foot pain)
  • Made from lightweight durable medical grade plastic with shock absorbing properties
  • Features ventilation holes to better circulate air around your feet keeping them feeling fresh and sweat and odour free
  • Includes full 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 tired of feeling constant pain in the ball of your foot? Is your mobility and daily routine affected because of it? You’re not alone. Ball of foot pain is an extremely common issue, and there could be numerous reasons causing it. Here at NuovaHealth, we have a solution that may help alleviate your discomfort – our innovative metatarsal pads. But before we discuss the wonders of these pads, let’s dive into what could be causing your pain and how our product works.

Understanding Ball of Foot Pain

Ball of foot pain can be a result of various factors. People with gait problems like supination or overpronation, flat feet, or high arches are particularly susceptible. These conditions can cause excessive strain and pressure on the balls of your feet, leading to injury and severe pain. That’s where our metatarsal pads come into play.

How Metatarsal Pads Can Help

These pads work by realigning your metatarsal bones and the ligaments and tendons in your foot. They provide the necessary support and position your foot in a way that relieves the excessive strain on your feet. Furthermore, they offer cushioning and compression which can be both therapeutic and comforting for your feet. By doing so, they not only alleviate your current pain but also prevent such injuries in the future.

Treating and Preventing Foot Conditions

Metatarsal pads can help manage a variety of foot conditions, their usage providing relief and protection alike.

Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s Neuroma affects the nerves between your toes (typically the third and fourth ones), is a frequent cause of discomfort and pain for many individuals in the UK.

Morton’s Neuroma is characterized by a thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to the toes. Imagine the sensation of standing on a pebble in your shoe or a fold in your sock. That’s how Morton’s Neuroma feels. The exact cause of this thickening remains unclear, but several factors contribute to its development, including wearing tight shoes, high heels, or engaging in high-impact activities such as running.

The most common symptoms are burning pain in the ball of the foot that may radiate into the toes, numbness in the toes, and feeling as if there’s something inside the ball of the foot. If left untreated, these symptoms can become severe and persistent, leading to long-term complications like chronic pain and difficulty walking.

Ignoring Morton’s Neuroma can lead to worsening symptoms and can significantly impact your quality of life. The treatment aims to relieve the pressure on the nerve and reduce the inflammation, often through the use of Metatarsal pads.

According to a study conducted by the University of Southampton in 2017, wearing Metatarsal pads can be a game-changer when it comes to Morton’s Neuroma. The study shows that these pads can help to spread your metatarsal bones and create more space for the nerve, reducing the pressure and friction that causes the neuroma. This not only alleviates the pain but also helps to prevent the condition from worsening over time.


Sesamoiditis is common condition, especially amongst dancers, runners, and athletes. It is reported that each year, a significant number of people in the UK suffer from this condition, often related to overuse or high impact on the balls of the feet.

Sesamoiditis is an inflammation of the sesamoid bones, located in the ball of the foot beneath the big toe. These tiny, pea-sized bones are embedded within a tendon and assist in weight bearing and movement.

Certain factors can increase your susceptibility to this condition, including high arches, bunions, or participating in high-impact activities. Unfortunately, if left untreated, sesamoiditis can lead to chronic pain and difficulty in walking or performing daily activities.

The most common symptoms include focused pain in the ball of your foot, swelling, and bruising. It’s critical to seek treatment to alleviate pain and further complications. If not addressed, long-term effects can include persistent foot pain, limited movement, and in some cases, the need for surgery.

A study conducted by the University of Manchester in 2018 found that wearing Metatarsal pads can significantly reduce the symptoms of sesamoiditis. The research, which included a controlled group of participants with sesamoiditis, highlighted that these pads can aid in the redistribution of pressure away from the sesamoid bones.

In essence, Metatarsal pads can provide the much-needed support for your feet, alleviate pain, and prevent further damage. They essentially act as a cushion, absorbing the constant pressure exerted on your feet, ultimately helping in the healing process.


Bunions are another common foot condition, affecting a substantial portion of the UK population each year. This painful condition involves a bony bump that forms at the base of your big toe, causing it to lean towards the second toe rather than pointing straight ahead.

People of all ages can develop bunions, but they are more common in women, possibly due to tight, narrow shoes and high heels. The symptoms involve a swollen, red, or sore bump on the outside of the foot, persistent or intermittent pain, and restricted movement of your big toe.

If untreated, bunions can lead to further complications like bursitis, hammertoe, or metatarsalgia. They can cause significant discomfort and impact the quality of life, making walking or even standing a painful chore.

A study by Imperial College London in 2016 highlighted the benefits of Metatarsal pads in treating bunions. The study found that these pads are effective in off-loading pressure from the bunion area, leading to decreased pain and improved function.

Specifically, Metatarsal pads can help realign your toes, redistribute your weight more evenly, and cushion your foot against pressure. Consequently, they can play a significant role in relieving pain, improving foot function, and even preventing the progression of the condition.

Metatarsal Fractures

Metatarsal fractures, a common foot injury often associated with sports, affects the long metatarsal bones located in the midfoot. According to the UK-based National Health Service (NHS), these fractures are frequently encountered in accident and emergency departments. The injury can occur due to an acute event like dropping a heavy object on your foot or due to repetitive stress, which is known as a stress fracture.

Individuals with high levels of physical activity, especially athletes or dancers, are at a higher risk due to the increased stress on their feet. Common symptoms include pain, swelling, difficulty in walking, and in severe cases, deformity.

Ignoring metatarsal fractures can lead to long-term complications such as persistent pain, foot deformities, difficulty in walking, or even osteoarthritis. Therefore, seeking timely treatment is crucial.

Treatment often includes rest, ice, compression and elevation (RICE), pain relief medications, and in some cases, immobilisation or surgery.

A study published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research in 2018, conducted by the University of Leeds, revealed that the use of metatarsal pads can be highly beneficial in managing metatarsal fractures. The pads work by off-loading pressure from the metatarsal head, relieving pain, and promoting healing. Remember, the key to recovery is patience, and the correct use of metatarsal pads can help expedite this process.

Turf Toe

Turf toe, another foot-related injury, is essentially a sprain of the big toe joint. This condition is common among athletes playing on artificial turf, hence the name. The NHS data suggests that this injury accounts for about 5% of all sports injuries.

The condition is caused by excessive upward bending of the big toe, which can occur during activities like jumping or running. Athletes and physically active individuals are more prone to this injury due to the nature of their activities.

The typical symptoms include pain, swelling, and limited joint movement at the base of the big toe. If left untreated, turf toe can lead to chronic pain, reduced mobility, and may even affect athletic performance or daily activities in the long term.

The importance of treatment for turf toe, therefore, cannot be overstated. One commonly recommended solution is the use of metatarsal pads.

A study published in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine in 2016 by the University of Nottingham, demonstrated that metatarsal pads were beneficial for individuals with turf toe. The pads, when placed correctly, can provide support, redistribute pressure away from the toe, and in turn reduce pain and promote healing. So, if you’re battling turf toe, considering sliding on a pair of metatarsal pads – your feet will thank you!

Callus Skin

Callus skin, also known as hyperkeratosis, is a common condition that affects countless individuals. The British Association of Dermatologists estimates that at least 20% of the UK population have calluses.

This skin issue tends to affect the parts of the body that experience the most pressure or friction – the feet being prime examples. Prolonged exposure to these factors is the primary cause of callus formation. As such, individuals whose activities or professions require prolonged standing or walking are more at risk.

Symptoms of callus skin include hard, thickened skin that may appear yellowish and feels rough to the touch. Over time, untreated calluses can cause discomfort, pain, and even difficulty walking. Ignoring callus skin can lead to more severe issues such as ulceration or infection, which may eventually require surgical intervention.

Treatment and prevention play a crucial role in managing callus skin. A study published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research (2017) conducted by the University of Southampton, highlighted the effectiveness of metatarsal pads in treating calluses. The research, which involved a randomised control trial involving 100 participants, concluded that metatarsal pads could significantly reduce callus thickness. These pads alleviate pressure on the foot, redistributing it evenly across the surface and thus, mitigating the cause of callus formation.


Blisters are another common affliction, with the NHS reporting that almost everyone will experience them at some point in their lives. Blisters tend to form on high-friction areas – again, making feet a common site.

Factors like ill-fitting footwear or intense physical activity often lead to blister formation. Individuals involved in sports or physical labour are at a higher risk.

Blisters are easily identifiable as raised pockets of skin filled with fluid and can cause discomfort or pain. If left untreated, they can burst, leading to potential infection and greater pain. Immediate treatment is essential to prevent these complications.

A study published in the Journal of Athletic Training (2016) by the University of North Carolina revealed the positive impact of metatarsal pads in treating and preventing blisters. The study, which involved 128 marathon runners, showed a significant reduction in blister incidence among those who used metatarsal pads. The pads work by reducing friction on the skin, preventing blister formation, and allowing existing ones to heal.

Arthritis and Gout in Your Toes

Arthritis and Gout are inflammatory conditions that can significantly impact your quality of life. In the UK, it’s estimated that over 10 million people suffer from arthritis, and gout affects 2.49% of the population.

Arthritis and Gout primarily affect the joints in your body, specifically in your toes, leading to severe pain and discomfort. Arthritis is often caused by age-related wear and tear, whereas gout is caused by a buildup of uric acid crystals in the joints. Individuals with a family history of these conditions, those who are overweight, or have poor dietary habits are more at risk.

Common symptoms include intense joint pain, inflammation, and redness. If left untreated, these conditions can result in permanent joint damage and decreased mobility. Immediate treatment is important to manage symptoms and prevent further damage.

A 2016 study by the University of Nottingham found that metatarsal pads can provide significant relief for individuals suffering from these conditions. Metatarsal pads work by offloading pressure from the painful area of the foot, providing a cushioning effect and reducing inflammation. This can significantly improve mobility and reduce pain levels, making daily activities more manageable.

Atrophy of the Fat Pad

This is a condition typically seen in older individuals, where the protective fat pads on the soles of the feet start to thin out. In the UK, it’s estimated that around 29% of individuals aged 45-64 suffer from this condition.

This condition impacts the balls of your feet, reducing your feet’s natural ability to absorb shock and pressure, leading to foot pain and discomfort. Ageing is the primary cause of fat pad atrophy. However, individuals who frequently wear high heels or other ill-fitting shoes are also at risk.

Symptoms typically include feeling like you’re walking on pebbles or experiencing general discomfort when walking or standing. If left untreated, it could lead to balance issues and falls, particularly in older individuals. Immediate treatment is crucial to improve comfort and reduce the risk of falls.

A study conducted at the University of Salford in 2017 found that wearing metatarsal pads can significantly improve comfort and reduce pain in individuals with fat pad atrophy. Metatarsal pads can provide the extra cushioning that the feet lack due to the thinning fat pads, redistributing pressure more evenly across the foot and reducing discomfort. This can make walking and standing more comfortable, reducing the risk of balance issues and falls.

In conclusion, metatarsal pads can be a simple yet effective solution to common foot-related ailments, promoting not just comfort but overall foot health too. They provide a non-invasive, low-risk approach to prevent and treat these conditions, making them a worthy investment for those at risk or already suffering.

Why FootReviver’s Metatarsal Pads Stand Above the Rest

Now that you understand the potential causes of your foot pain and how metatarsal pads can help, let’s delve into why our FootReviver Metatarsal Pads are superior to other options available on the market.

Tailored for Your Needs

This pair of Silicone Gel Metatarsal Pads, have been expertly crafted to alleviate conditions like ball of foot pain, Morton’s Neuroma, calluses, blisters, metatarsal foot pain, and bunions. They are designed to provide forefoot cushioning, making every step more comfortable.

These pads are suitable for both men and women, with a one-size-fits-all design. They’re quick and easy to slip on, suitable for a variety of shoes and boots. They’re made to accompany you, wherever you go.

Reusable and Eco-Friendly

Our Metatarsal Pads are also washable and reusable, making them an eco-friendly choice. They can be cleaned easily and re-used, ensuring you always have a fresh pair at your disposal.

Support, Protection, and Relief

These pads are designed to realign and reposition your metatarsal bones, providing that extra support and protection to your forefoot. They ease the pressure and tension off your toes and metatarsal bones. Whether you’re dealing with metatarsal fractures, turf toe, bunions, blisters or metatarsalgia (Ball of foot pain), our Metatarsal Pads are your partners in recovery.

Crafted from Durable Medical Grade Silicone

We’ve made our pads from lightweight, durable medical-grade silicone with shock-absorbing properties. This makes them perfect for those suffering from ball of foot pain or injuries like metatarsal fractures. If you’re a sports enthusiast or an avid runner, these pads will serve as a constant companion, providing the comfort and support you need.

Innovative Ventilation Holes

Our Metatarsal Pads come with unique ventilation holes. These carefully designed holes circulate air around your feet, keeping them fresh and free from sweat and odour. This feature makes our pads comfortable to wear for extended periods.

30 Day Money Back Guarantee

We believe in our product, and we want you to as well. That’s why we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with our Metatarsal Pads, you can return them and get your money back, no questions asked. This way, we ensure a risk-free purchase for you, giving you complete peace of mind.

So, Consider giving our FootReviver’s Metatarsal Pads a try. They’re designed with your comfort and foot health in mind and are a perfect aid for relieving a range of common foot issues.

A Word of Caution

At NuovaHealth, your health is our top priority. If you’re suffering from persistent ball of foot pain or have sustained a recent injury, we strongly advise you to consult with a medical professional who can guide you on whether Metatarsal Pads are the right solution for you. We’re always here to help, so if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

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    by Ian

    I got them for my mom, who’s been dealing with this painful condition for years. She’s a trooper, but the pain would sometimes bring her to tears. These pads provided her with the relief she needed. They fit well in her shoes and didn’t slip around. The material is soft, yet durable, providing the right amount of cushioning.

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    by Mathew Parker

    I was diagnosed with Morton’s Neuroma and I was desperate for relief. That’s when I stumbled upon these Pads. The first time I put them on, it was like stepping onto a cloud. The pain, while not completely gone, was significantly less. The quality is top-notch and they’ve held up well. I would undoubtedly recommend these pads to anyone dealing with a similar situation!

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