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Pedag Correct Plus Insoles for Bow Legs & Knock Knees

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"I like my new Pedag Correct Plus Insoles and will order two more pairs on Monday. They are great for my bow-legs and Supination. I really appreciate TheInsoleStore.com and your fantastic customer service! Thanks!" -Sam The Pedag Correct Plus Insoles are a firm 3/4-length orthotic insert that helps to corrects the flex and roll action of your foot due to correction of bowlegs, knocked knees, supination, and compensating for worn heels on the shoe. Find your perfect insole today, at TheInsoleStore.com

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Arch Support Inserts for Casual and Dress Shoes

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TheInsoleStore.com has added to their line up the Pedag Correct Plus Insoles as well as the Pedag Balance Arch Supports the Pedag Step Arch Support Inserts. Tyler McCracken, President, states: "We have been continually increasing our line up of corrective shoe inserts for leg length discrepancies, Achilles tendinitis, Heel Spurs, Heel Cushioning, bow legs, and pigeon toes. With the Pedag leather inserts, we are able to add German quality Leather Arch Insert pieces for Men, Women, and Children whom seek flat feet or low arch support insert by using the Pedag Balance Arch Supports or those with Neutral to High...

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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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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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Unbalanced, Mis-aligned Feet Can Cause Your Knee Pain

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Many people suffer with knee pain, particularly those who are athletic or very active. One of the most overlooked sources of knee pain is foot imbalance and misaligned feet due to over-pronation or over-supination. Our feet take a lot of abuse, and as a result there are many opportunities for structural failure in the foot. One of the most common areas of foot failure is the medial arch. The feet are incredibly complex and dynamic pieces of machinery. They are designed to move and adapt depending on how we use them and what we require of them. But over time...

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