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  • Shoe Insoles for Bunions: How to Select the Best

    Posted on November 30, 2015

    Bunions, or hallux valgus, happen when the big toe bends towards the other toes causing the base of the big toe, or MTP join, to jut outward. Bunions add pressure to the surrounding tissues in the foot and create inflammation. Tight narrow shoes and high heels create the perfect environment for bunions. That is why

  • Shoe Insoles for Runner's Knee: How to Select the Best

    Posted on November 30, 2015

    Runners knee may reveal itself by an aching dull pain under or around the front of the kneecap, or patella. Runners knee pain can occur when walking up or down stairs, kneeling, squatting or sitting for a long period of time. Normally, athletes who add pressure through their knees by activities such as running, jumping

  • Shoe Insoles for Flat Feet: How to Select the Best

    Posted on November 30, 2015

    Flat feet, which is also known as pes planus, is a condition where no arch is present. Flatfeet can be flexible or rigid and can occur from a genetic condition or happen later in life. Flat foot pain is very individual and some people do not experience it.
    If you are experiencing foot pain and think

  • Shoe Insoles for Fallen Arches: How to Select the Best

    Posted on November 30, 2015

    Fallen arches, is also referred to as pes planus, pronation of feet or flatfoot. It is a common condition that is normal in infants and toddlers. As children grow older, the tendons in the foot tighten and form an arch. Some people’s feet may never develop properly and this is when fallen arches occur. Essentially, there

  • Running Shoe Insoles and the Heartbreak of Overpronation

    Posted on November 28, 2015

    Every runner knows to look out for the major threats to life and limb. Cars turning on red (and passengers who fling their doors open after parking). Curbs that will trip you up and have you doing a face-plant on the sidewalk.

  • Shoe Insoles for Turf Toe: How to Select the Best

    Posted on November 24, 2015

    Turf toe, or hallux rigidus, is an injury to the base of the big toe. It is a type of degenerative arthritis that can evolve over time. Adults usually start to notice symptoms of turf toe between the ages and 30 and 60 years old. It can result from previous injuries sustained in sports such

  • Shoe Insoles for Morton's Neuroma: How to Select the Best

    Posted on November 24, 2015

    Morton's neuroma, which can also be called Morton's metatarsalgia or intermetatarsal neuroma, is a painful condition in which the nerve between the 2nd and 3rd toes becomes irritated. It can manifest itself by either pain, or numbness, or both. It is also common among runners as well as people who are up on their feet

  • Running Shoe Insoles Today Keep Plantar Fasciitis At Bay

    Posted on November 16, 2015

    “If ignorance is bliss, then is folly to be wise” goes the old saying. Most runners are not looking for trouble, but sometimes it finds them.

  • Running Shoe Insoles Return From Exile in Siberia

    Posted on November 9, 2015

    If you run, you will eventually feel it. A sharp pain, a dull soreness. Something will go “wrong” and you will want to find a way to make it “right”. This is an inevitable consequence of the way modern man (and woman) runs.

  • Hockey Shoe Insoles Landing Page Updated and Improved, Announces RxSorbo

    Posted on November 3, 2015

    RxSorbo, a leading online retailer of top-rated shoe insoles, is pleased to announce that the landing page for hockey shoe insoles has received an October update in order to help players find the most appropriate insoles that can aid the performance while out on the rink.

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