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Corrective insoles

Corrective insoles

Orthopedic insoles

The supinator is an integral part of good, properly designed footwear. However, a large number of shoes still do not have such devices. Therefore, in order to prevent overload of the foot with prolonged standing, walking and performing physical exertion, one must take care of one's own health and use insoles.

Flexible as a wave, the insole springs when walking, descends and rises, fulfilling the role of the spring, involving the muscles and ligaments of the foot in the work process. Their activity normalizes blood circulation. They will make walking more comfortable, anticipate the overload of the foot and the possibility of developing various foot diseases. Orthopedic insoles can be called a kind of "regulating corset" for the foot. Those muscles that suffer from excessive overstrain, they relax, returning the foot to the correct position. And those who did not work, on the contrary, lead to a tonus.

The orthopedist selects orthopedic insoles, depending on the specific deviation of the foot, the weight of a person, the condition of his spine, and other features of the body.


Indications for wearing individual orthopedic insoles:

-          Flattening;

-          Heel spur;

-          Valgus deviation of the first toe ("bumps on the feet");

-          Shortening of limbs (absolute and relative);

-          Syndrome of diabetic foot;

-          Pain in the foot, ankle, knee, hip joints, back;

-          Post traumatic states of lower extremities;

-          Pregnancy.


Types of insoles

·         Serial (standard);

·         Individual;

·         Supinators;

·         Pronators;

·         Calculations of the transverse arch (olive);

·         Soft profiled;

·         Soft not profileed;

·         Semi-rigid;

·         Rigid;

·         Pidpyatochniki (0.5 - 1.5 cm for the compensation of shortening).


Effects provided by the orthopedic insole

-          Maintaining the transverse and longitudinal arches of the foot;

-          Increased stability when standing and walking;

-          Significant improvement in the spring function of the arches of the foot and smoothing the shock load at the moment of support;

-          The most effective interaction of the foot with the supporting surface and the formation of a force pulse, which is clearly directed forward, when repelled;

-          Formation of a smooth gait (due to optimization of the movements of supination and pronation of the feet);

-          Improve circulation of the feet;

-          Prevention of fatigue of the feet;

-          Prevention of the development of pathological conditions of the musculoskeletal system;

-          Reduction of the load on the spine, hip, knee and ankle joints;

-          Elimination of scoliotic deformities of the spine, elimination of discomfort and pain in the back (due to equalization of the pelvis and correction of the length of the limb when making the insole);

-          Improvement of the general well-being of the patient;

Orthopedic insoles of individual manufacture, meet all the necessary modern requirements, taking into account the anatomical features and the necessary correction of all the arches of the foot. This radically distinguishes individual insoles from those that are manufactured industrially by the average statistical patient with an average pathology. Simulation of the individual instep is made using a previously made plaster cast.


        Subreport                                         Modeling uses polyurethane foam.                            Gypsum cast

The insoles we make are one of the finest orthopedic insoles, so you do not have to buy larger shoes.

Rules for wearing and care for individual orthopedic insoles.

·         Orthopedic insoles are made of natural and safe materials - leather, cotton, wool, plastic liners and special latex rubber.

·         Insole reduces impact and weight loads on the foot and spine, maintain anatomically correct position of the foot. They are placed in the shoes so that the heel of the instep lock rests against the back of the shoes, and the position of the inserts coincides with the anatomical arches of the foot.

·         When wearing orthopedic insoles during the first 3 to 5 days, there may be uncomfortable sensations associated with the "weaning" of the foot from the correct operation of the arches. After a short time, discomfort disappears.

·         After 8 to 10 months (depending on body weight and walking intensity), the arch supports lose their properties and should be replaced with new ones.

·         When contaminated, individual orthopedic insoles are washed with warm water and soap, and dried without the use of heating devices. At high temperature of water or drying at heating devices, the supports are losing shape and elastic properties. The effect of their use is significantly reduced.