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New flat insoles are usually easy to adjust to but an insole with an arch support or medial posting can take several weeks to adjust to. The bigger the changes in arch position the longer that period often is. Can be uncomfortable.

Consider easing yourself into a pair, by putting them in shoes for a couple of hours and then set those shoes aside. Build your tolerance by 2 hours daily.

All insoles will take up room in your footwear, so factor this in when deciding on which shoes will have the insoles.

It is a truly essential rehab aid for lots of conditions:
1. Plantar fasciitis
2. Achilles tendonitis
3. Tibialis posterior tendonitis
4. Arch pain
5. Overpronating feet
6. Pes planus (flat feet)

Neutral position: 4 degree insole

Prescription like orthotics especially designed by podiatrists for plantar fasciitis....
Integrated first metatarsal cut-out to facilitate the Windlas Mechanism. Metatarsal....

High arch: 6 or 8 degree insole

Low insole: 2 degrees (flat)

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