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  • Footminders orthotic insoles were developed by a group of podiatrists after years of research to reduce over-pronation and to provide relief for foot pain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, and other common lower body ailments.
  • Footminders orthotics were developed by podiatrists (foot specialists) to provide longitudinal and metatarsal support and to correct posture and body biomechanics. Footminders orthotic insoles greatly reduce over-pronation, preventing foot strain and injury and providing excellent walking comfort.
  • There’s a Footminders orthotic insole for every type of footwear. Our products were developed by a group of podiatrists after years of research to reduce over-pronation and to provide relief for foot pain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, and other common lower body ailments
  • Footminders Casual Orthotics provide superior arch support, and are suitable for any type of men’s footwear and wider fitting women’s footwear. An easy and cost-effective solution to heel pain, knee, back pain or tired, aching feet and legs.
  • Footminders Comfort Orthotic Insoles are full-length podiatrist-designed arch supports for wider and loose-fitting footwear. This biomechanical arch support is ideal for any sports activity, including running, as well as golf, tennis etc.
  • Footminders Catwalk Orthotics are designed to fit in most women’s fashion shoes, including pumps, high heels, sandals and boots. These insoles are ideal for women who suffer from ball of foot pain (Metatarsalgia & Morton’s Neuroma), callous and corns, and aching legs.
  • The foot is designed to adapt to the different types of surfaces and absorb shock and impact during walking and running. However, most of us suffer (to a degree) from abnormal foot function which can throw the whole body off, causing pain and injury. An estimated 70% of the population suffer from ‘over-pronation’ – or rolling inwards of the feet and ankles, and collapsing of the arches.
  • Footminders orthotic insoles were developed by foot specialists to provide longitudinal and metatarsal support and to correct posture and body biomechanics. Footlogics orthotics greatly reduce over-pronation, preventing foot strain and injury and providing improved walking comfort.
  • Customers from around the world rave about the efficacy of Footminders Orthotics products in relieving foot pain, heel spurs, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, and many other common foot health ailments.
  • Scientific medical research conducted over the past decade has determined that althouugh necessary in some cases, the vast majority of people would benefit just as well with our standard, economical orthotic insoles instead of the expensive custom insoles that are so often recommended by many providers in the foot health care industry.
  • Foot pain is very common. About 70% of people will suffer foot pain at some time in their lives. The foot is a complex structure of 26 bones and 33 joints, layered with an intertwining web of more than 120 muscles, ligaments, and nerves.
  • Heel pain (heel spur) is by far the most common foot problem, with many thousands of people suffering. Fortunately, for most people with heel pain or heel spurs, affordable heel pain relief solutions are now available.
  • Plantar Fasciitis is also called “policeman’s heel”, and among its symptoms is a painful inflammatory condition causing heel pain, and in some cases, heel spurs. It can also result in arch pain.
  • Arch pain is a very common type of foot pain. Symptoms of arch pain include pain when getting up in the morning and pain with long walks or prolonged standing. Arch pain in the morning is due to the ligaments under the foot (Plantar Fascia) becoming contracted and tight as you sleep through the night.
  • Arch pain is a common lower body ailment. The majority of us have a normal arch, and only 5-10% have a high arch. However, most people with a ‘normal- to-low’ arch actually suffer from ‘over-pronation’ during walking, running and standing.
  • Heel spurs are a very common foot problem all over the world. Fortunately, for most people there’s an effective and affordable treatment solution for heel spurs.
  • Tired and aching feet and foot pain are very common, especially as we get older. Everyone can relate to having tired, aching feet after doing a lot of walking or an entire day on their feet because of work.
  • Callous and corns are a sign of constant friction and rubbing on the foot. Callous usually develop under the ball of the foot, under and around the heel area and under the big toe. A corn is a form of callous with a hard central core and develops on top and between the toes. Podiatrist-designed Footminders orthotics help reduce the formation of callous and corns by biomechanical realignment of the foot.
  • Pain under the ball of the foot is known in podiatry circles as Metatarsalgia, and is a common complaint with women wearing high heels and fashion shoes. Pain in this area of the foot may also occur when wearing hard shoes without any cushionig inside, such as work boots.
  • Achilles Tendonitis involves inflammation of the Achilles Tendon. The Achilles Tendon is the longest tendon in the body, connecting the calf muscles to the heel bone behind the ankle joint. When the calf muscles contract, they pull on the Achilles Tendon, causing your foot to point down and helping you rise on your toes.
  • Knee pain is very common problem. There are a number of different types of knee pain, and some of them can be relieved by using orthotic devices on your feet. A good example is Chondromalacia of the Patella, or Patello-femoral Syndrome.
  • A common cause for lower back pain is simply poor body posture. People who suffer from low back pain, especially after standing for longer periods, or walking long distances, should consider their feet as a likely cause
  • Proper foot care is very important for people with diabetes due to the typically poor circulation that people with this condition suffer. Here are some important foot care tips for people with diabetes
  • Shin Splints refers to a painful condition in the shin. Pain or inflammation occurs either in the front or inside section of the shin bone. Common causes include strenous physical activity and improper posture while running. Treatments.include rest, stretching, and appropriate footwear with heel and rear foot support.
  • A bunion is an enlargement of the joint at the side of the big toe. The big toe is bent inwards and a bony lump forms on the outside. Over time the lump becomes larger and the bunion can become painful. Arthritis and stiffness can eventually develop.
  • Morton’s Neuroma results from continuous or repeated compression of the nerve between the third and fourth metatarsal bones. Morton’s Neuroma is very similar to Metatarsalgia, but it also involves other symptoms such as numbness and a tingling sensation in the toes. This condition can be quite uncomfortable and painful at times.