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Spenco Polysorb Total Support Insoles: An Arch Support for Over-Pronation & Supination

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The Spenco Polysorb Total Support Original Insoles are a fantastic insole for those seeking more support than what a cushioned insole provides but not the rigidity of a pure over the counter orthotic arch support. The Insoles provide superior targeted cushioning, support, and motion control for those seeking an insole for every-day wear or athletics. I really wasn't quite sure what to expect when I first tried out the Spenco Total Support Original Insoles. The first thing I noticed was that they are 1/2 the thickness of a traditional cushion or gel insole and at least 1/3 smaller than a...

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Orthaheel Insoles: Are They For You?

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With all the brands of insoles on the market, it helps if you understand the main mission of each of the orthotic companies. Orthaheel is a brand name but its also descriptive of the orthopedic design of these orthotic insoles, including on the heel where theres extra padding for increased shock absorption. They also have a deep heel cup. These Orthaheel Insoles have been clinically proven to keep your foot aligned so that excessive pronation and supination doesn't occur. They're made with a hardened plastic shell to fulfill that function. Excessive pronation of the foot leads to flat feet, plantar...

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How to Think About Insoles When Its Time to Consider Them, Part 4

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When you have foot pain, you may not have thought of this, but there are actually insoles for pain relief. Quite a few of them have been accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association, which means that they are practically verified instruments for pain control. What differentiates insoles for pain from ordinary insoles? Its the overall design of them. Insoles for pain will never be simple cushions. When you go to the store and buy some of the cushioned insoles at the drug store, what you'll find are generally cushion insoles. These do not support the natural anatomical curves of...

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"Good Pronation Control"

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"I am a chiropractor with a congenital collapsed left arch which was bad enough to get rejected by the army in 1970 at my pre-induction draft physical. I have tried many orthotics over the years. The Form Maximum Support Insoles gives me enough rigid support to reduce the excessive pronation without being too rigid where the soft tissues around the plantar arch get sore, which can happen with rigid plastic orthotics." -Rick

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Why Spenco Orthotic Arch Supports?

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Very few people actually have neutral arches. Podiatrists and other foot care specialists estimate that 85% of all people either have low arches (flat feet) or high arches. Considering this fact, it is no wonder so many people experience some foot pain resulting from improper foot arch function. As we walk or run, our foot adjusts to the movement, which is called pronation. Pronation allows for our foot to slightly turn right before impact to allow for the surface we are walking or running on and to permit our foot to strike the ground heel first and then hinge forward...

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