Orthopaedic Support To Suit Your Needs
The range boasts a variety of thicknesses, from slim fit to active fit, and you can even cut the exterior down. This means that you can make the shoe fit you; not the other way around. What’s more, they even offer relief insoles to suit a range of foot conditions, from plantar fasciitis to heel pain and achilles tendonitis.
With cushioning underfoot, the Vionic Orthotics offer arch support, a heel cup to help hold the foot in place, a metatarsal raise and underfoot cushioning. This helps with the alignment of the foot, promoting a natural gait.
Durable, Lasting Support For Sports & Everyday Use
Enhance your active lifestyle with a re-enforced, hardened plastic shell for added motion control and stability. There is even a cushioned dot in the heel for added shock absorption. This will help mitigate the impact of the ground on your feet, reducing the pain associated with existing foot issues.
Additionally, whether you’re exercising or working all day, the anti-bacterial, odour-absorbing cover means that you don’t have to worry about any lasting smells.
Ultimately, the insole is designed to fit seamlessly into any shoe you own. So why wait - shop the range to slot everyday comfort into your life!
Vionic Orthotic Insoles FAQs
How Long Do Vionic Orthotics Last?
Essentially, this depends on your level of activity and the context in which you wear them, such as during sports or for everyday wear. It also depends on the frequency with which you wear them.
What Is The Difference Between Orthotics And Arch Supports?
Orthotics are designed to support a range of foot problems, such as gait issues, providing support to multiple areas of the foot. Whereas, arch supports specifically focus on supporting the arch of the foot. This eases symptoms of issues such as arch strain.
Do Orthotics Really Help With Plantar Fasciitis?
Yes, as they provide arch support and cushioning, as well as promoting an even gait. This will all help to create balance and reduce the stress and tension on the plantar fascia, which causes the condition.
Why Do My Feet Hurt Using Orthotics?
This is likely due to the orthotic being incorrectly fitted to your foot. It could also be because you are using the wrong type of orthotic insole for your specific foot condition. Additionally, it may be that the shoes you are wearing are too tight to accommodate for the size of your chosen orthotic, leading to discomfort.
Alternatively, if your insole is new, it is likely to require breaking in, as your feet adjust to the new level of support.