More than 70% of people in the world have got a tendency for their foot to roll-over inside, and gradually flatten?
As the foot flattens out on the ground, the supporting tissues that run along the bottom of the foot (the plantar fascia) are stretched. If these forces are excessive they can lead to stress and inflammation of the tissues, causing pain under the heel when weight is placed on the foot.
Pain in the back of the heel can be caused by inflammation of the tissue that connects the calf muscle to the heel bone (Achilles tendon). The pain can result from the position and movement of the foot causing the tendon to be stretched. It can also be caused by injury.
As the foot flattens out on the ground, the leg turns slightly to follow the movement of the foot. If the movement of the foot causes the leg to turn further than the knee can comfortably accommodate, the resulting forces on the knee may lead to stress and pain.
Pain in the lower back can be common and can have many causes, including the way a person walks. As the foot flattens out on the ground the leg turns inwards and this can affect the alignment of the hips, pelvis and the lower back. This can lead to stresses in the tissues which may lead to lower back pain.
Claim back your Footprint Orthaheel® is an innovative biomechanical solution made from the highest grade materials and technology available to help realign the lower limbs through to the hips, to restore the feet and body back to a neutral position just as nature intended.
Phillip J. Vasyli,
Before usage, make sure the product is comfortably accommodated within the shoe: if necessary remove the existing insole. If any discomfort occurs, remove the orthotics for one or two hours, then wear again and repeat until comfortable. If pain persists, discontinue use and consult a professional for advice. For best results, replace every 12 months.
To clean, simply wipe with a warm soapy cloth (do not soak)
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