Insoles and health
- Jan 26, 2018 -

Insoles and health


         It is well-known that the human foot is the "cornerstone" of the body and the foot is stable. The torso, joints and viscera on the foot are stable and healthy. This is like the foundation of the building, only to lay the foundation, cover the house was strong. However, more and more sickness has now been confirmed as a result of the instability of the foot structure. From the historical evolutionary process, the earliest humans walk barefoot on the soft sandy land. When we walk on a soft surface, the soft surface provides adjustable compensation through the collapse of the outer side, squeezing the inside The surface supports the foot. Yet in modern times, humans have changed this environment and created new, more "solid" pavements, such as concrete and stone pavements, by using hard surface coverings. Our body designs are adaptable and able to walk in a variety of different types of terrain. When these environments do not provide the required surface compensation, our body is readjusted to allow the foot to rotate to form a compensatory mechanism, that is, when the ground is too hard to provide any "bounce", the foot collapses through the medial side and the arch is flattened To be compensated, try to get the ground contact. However, this compensatory mechanism results in instability of the foot while walking, causing adverse effects on body structures (ankles, knees, hip joints, pelvis, spine, etc.). In this way, there will be a variety of illnesses, such as: cervical and lumbar spondylosis, knee and ankle sprain, plantar fasciitis, thumb valgus, Achilles tendinitis, calcaneal spurs and so on.

         In short, we should not walk on hard surfaces such as concrete. But this is easy to say, but hard to do. Therefore, as we walk on a hard surface, we need to use a support surface to change the hard surface to accommodate our foot shape, allowing us to avoid excessive foot rotation throughout the gait cycle. Our orthopedic insoles feature a unique dual-density 100% E-VA (ethylene vinyl acetate) structure combined with unique angles and curves in the design to provide patients with the dual benefits of support and comfort, as well as to create and join insoles With a wide range of modifications and declination, evaluating and treating patients in entirely different ways provides the patient with the ultimate solution to any pain.

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