Orthotic insoles are devices that help people with foot problems, such as flat feet, Morton’s neuroma, bunions, and hammertoes, by providing relief and stabilization. Orthotic insoles have been shown to provide relief from many foot problems, especially those related to arch support and stabilization. They often come with a walking or standing platform to help reduce the stress on the feet and ankle.
Orthotics are typically worn inside shoes. It is important to select the correct orthotic for the individual’s own foot problems. For example, one person with Morton’s neuroma may need a different orthotic than someone with flat feet because the two conditions are caused by different structural problems in the feet. Different types of orthotics come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials.
Orthotics can provide relief from many foot problems. They often come with a walking or standing platform to help reduce the stress on the feet and ankle.