Orthotic insoles for knee pain

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  • 1x Pair of orthotic insoles designed to protect your knees from shock, pressure and strain – Consider slipping a pair of FootReviver orthotic insoles into your running shoes or even your everyday slippers. These insoles are designed to provide the advance orthotic support to your feet, thereby easing knee pain. By maintaining proper foot alignment and absorbing shocks, they prevent undue stress on the knees, keeping them safe and sound.
  • For both Men & Women
  • Available in a 5-7 & 8-10 UK shoe sizes (trim to fit)
  • Made from shock absorbing EVA material that helps deplete shock and protect your lower limbs from damage every time your foot strikes the ground when walking, running and jumping
  • Helps correct the way your feet function and restores biomechanical balance to your feet and lower limbs which will help you to place less strain and pressure on your knee joints
  • These orthotic insoles are recommended by Podiatrists and Physiotherapists to help treat and ease a wide range of injuries and conditions affecting your feet and lower limbs such as Bunions, Morton’s Neuroma, Metatarsalgia, Atrophy of the Fat pad, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, Heel spurs, Heel Bursitis, Shin Splints, Patella tendonitis, Meniscus Tears, Patellar tendon sprains and strains, Runners & Jumpers knee, Chondromalacia or irritated kneecap Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
  • Features specially designed arch and heel support that keeps strain and pressure off key ligaments and tendonitis which are found in your feet such as your plantar fascia ligament to help prevent overuse injuries such as Plantar fasciitis
  • Breathable ventilation holes help keep air circulating around your feet to keep them dry and prevent the build-up of bacteria and odour
  • Ideal for wearing for your everyday activities, running, cycling, football, Rugby, basketball or just for standing for long periods on hard surfaces to properly protect, support and ease 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.

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If you’ve ever suffered from knee pain, you understand how it can upend your daily routine and restrict your mobility, transforming simple tasks into challenging struggles. It casts a shadow over your wellbeing, health, and overall quality of life.

Yet, the key to relief might be at your feet, quite literally! This is where FootReviver Orthotic Insoles come into play. More than just an accessory to your footwear, these insoles are potentially the gateway to a life less burdened by knee pain.

Understanding the Domino Effect: From your Feet to your Knees

To understand how orthotic insoles can help, we need to first understand the problem. The pain in your knee is likely not a solitary issue but the result of a chain reaction that begins from the ground up – quite literally. The way you walk, also known as your gait, is a crucial element in this chain. Any irregularities in your gait can result in excess load and pressure on your knees.

When you have a poor gait, your feet aren’t able to absorb shock or distribute weight properly. This results in undue pressure landing squarely on your knees. Now, imagine this excessive pressure being thrust on your knees, not just once, but repeatedly, every single day. The result, over time, is not a pretty picture. But what are the specific conditions that stem from this? Let’s take a look at a few…

Patella Tendonitis

Patella Tendonitis, commonly known as ‘Jumper’s Knee’, is an injury that often occurs due to repetitive strain on the patella tendon. This condition is particularly prevalent in sports that involve a lot of jumping and landing, hence its colloquial name. The injury is exacerbated by improper foot alignment, which can put undue stress on the tendon.

Data in the UK reveals that patella tendonitis makes up about 20% of all running injuries, with symptoms typically including pain just below the kneecap, stiffness, and a reduction in strength in the quadriceps muscles. Interesting research has shown that targeted strengthening exercises can help support recovery, with patients typically reporting improvements within six weeks of commencing a treatment programme.

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is another knee condition that can be influenced by poor foot alignment. The iliotibial band is a thick, fibrous band that runs along the outside of the thigh, from the hip to the knee. When functioning properly, it helps stabilize the knee and assist in bending it. However, if one’s gait is off – due to improper foot alignment, for example – it can cause the band to rub against the outer part of the knee, leading to inflammation and pain. This condition, common among runners, manifests as a sharp, burning pain on the outer side of the knee, especially during or after long periods of running.

Osgood-Schlatter Disease

Osgood-Schlatter Disease is a condition often diagnosed in adolescents who are experiencing growth spurts. It results from a strain put on the patellar tendon (the tendon connecting the kneecap to the shin bone) which can be aggravated by improper gait or foot alignment. During a growth spurt, the bones, muscles, and tendons are changing rapidly, and the increased pull on the patellar tendon from repetitive motion can cause it to detach from the shin bone, leading to inflammation, swelling, and a painful bump below the kneecap. Activities that involve a lot of running or jumping can exacerbate this condition, making it particularly prevalent among young athletes.


Arthritis in the knee is a degenerative condition that’s often linked to foot issues. It’s characterised by the wearing down of the protective cartilage at the ends of the bones, which can be fuelled by an uneven distribution of weight caused by misalignment of the foot.

In the UK, nearly 10 million people suffer from some form of arthritis, with the knee being one of the most commonly affected areas. The typical symptoms of arthritis include joint pain, swelling, stiffness, and a decrease in range of motion. Intriguingly, scientific studies have suggested that simple lifestyle changes, such as weight management and low-impact exercises, can significantly reduce the symptoms and progression of the disease.


Meniscitis, a term less familiar to many, refers to inflammation of the menisci – two C-shaped pieces of cartilage that act as cushions between the thigh and shin bones. When our foot alignment is off, it can disrupt the natural movement of the knee, causing excessive wear on the menisci. This causes inflammation, leading to pain, swelling, and difficulty in movement.

The Runner’s Predicament

Runners are particularly susceptible to these knee issues, mainly due to the lack of proper foot support in their footwear. The cumulative impact of every footstrike can send shockwaves up to the knees, damaging the delicate structures within. But there’s a solution at hand – orthotic insoles!

Standing for Extended Periods

Increased pressure and weight on your knees isn’t just a result of poor gait. Think about the times when you’ve stood for extended periods. Whether it’s cooking, washing dishes, or even just having a chat with your friend, long periods of standing can cause pressure and weight to build up in your knees.

This build-up, over time, can lead to wear and tear of the joint, damaging the protective cartilage that cushions the knee. Without this cushion, your bones are left to rub against each other, causing painful conditions like osteoarthritis.

The Resulting Pain and Damage

Unfortunately, once the damage is done, it can be challenging to reverse. Routine activities become daunting tasks as the pain worsens. Walking up stairs turns into a herculean effort, and even a leisurely stroll in the park might seem like running a marathon.

Understanding the causes of knee pain is essential to finding the right solutions. Being conscious of our gait, and taking care not to stand for long periods without rests, can go a long way in preventing and managing knee pain.

The Shielding Power of Orthotic Insoles

Orthotic insoles work by providing a supportive base that helps maintain correct foot alignment. This reduces the strain on the knees by ensuring the forces from footstrikes are distributed evenly. Furthermore, orthotic insoles have excellent shock-absorbing properties. They dampen the impact of each step, preventing the shock from resonating up into the knees and causing damage.

Introducing the FootReviver Orthotic Insoles: A Highly Effective Solution for Knee Pain

Pain in the knee can be debilitating, hindering you from experiencing the zest of life. This is where FootReviver Orthotic Insoles can genuinely make a difference. They address the root of the problem by correcting your gait and providing crucial arch support. This, in turn, helps to evenly distribute the weight and pressure exerted on your feet, thereby reducing the strain on your knees.

The ingenious design of these insoles also ensures excellent shock absorption, significantly reducing the impact of each footfall. Thus, the overall load on your knee joints is minimized, leading to significant relief from knee pain.

In a nutshell, FootReviver Orthotic Insoles are more than just something hat you put in your shoes. They can very well be the key to reclaiming your mobility, boosting your health, and enhancing your wellbeing.

Efficient Shock Absorption

Every step you take, every move you make, these insoles are there, cushioning your feet. Crafted from high-grade EVA material, they absorb shock like a pro, shielding your lower extremities from potential damage during walking, jumping, or running activities. The power to protect your knees from shock, pressure, and strain is at your feet, quite literally!

Corrects Biomechanical Balance

FootReviver Orthotic Insoles are not just about comfort, they’re also about correcting foot function. By restoring biomechanical balance to your feet and lower limbs, these insoles encourage you to stride with less strain on your knee joints, subtly readjusting your walk to a healthier form.

Arch and Heel Support

FootReviver provides exceptional arch and heel support, alleviating pressure on key ligaments and tendons such as the plantar fascia. This feature helps guard against overuse injuries like Plantar Fasciitis, ensuring your feet are not just comfortable, but also safe.

Podiatrist and Physiotherapist Approved

FootReviver Orthotic Insoles come highly recommended by podiatrists and physiotherapists alike. With diverse capabilities, they’re effective in treating a wide array of afflictions ranging from bunions, Morton’s Neuroma, Metatarsalgia, and even knee ailments such as Meniscus Tears and Patellar tendon sprains.

Breathability and Lightweight Design

FootReviver Orthotic Insoles are like a breath of fresh air for your feet. With integrated ventilation holes, they facilitate air circulation to keep your feet dry and bacteria-free, reducing odour. Plus, they’re lightweight, making them an ideal choice for everyday activities, sports, or simply standing for long periods on hard surfaces.

These insoles are designed to offer the ultimate comfort and protection for your feet and knees. So, if you’re grappling with knee pain, take a decisive step towards relief. Equip yourself with a pair of FootReviver Orthotic Insoles and stride towards a pain-free life. After all, the path to wellness starts from the ground up.

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    by Nick Pierce

    A decent pair of insoles. Provides lots of support and cushioning has done my feet and knees a world of good 👍

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