Is your stock insole removable?
Select yes if your footwear has an insole that can be removed. Simply check the insole in the shoe to see if it easily slips out
Select no if your footwear has an insole that is cemented or sewn in and cannot be easily removed
Where do you have the most pain/discomfort?
Select your problem areasWe want you to have the ultimate relief
What does your 100% look like? WE WANT YOU TO HAVE THE ULTIMATE RELIEF
Protalus is a biomechanical footbed designed to: Reduce ACUTE PAIN and REPETITIVE STRESSES, to your feet, ankles, knees, hip and back reduce CHRONIC PAIN and FATIGUE throughout your body, Increase PERFORMANCE, including ENDURANCE, STRENGTH, and MOBILITY and Increase COMFORT.
The way Protalus footbeds accomplish this is through:
Unique footbed SHAPE that puts the ankle in a more neutral position, providing a healthier arch, greater mobility, and a balanced kinetic chain.
Unique MATERIALS that dampen shock, increase comfort and allow for a thinner and lighter structure.
A preview from our eBook... Available for download now!
Understanding how to prevent your foot pain means understanding its cause. Unfortunately, this can be a complex and confusing subject. When preparing to write this book, we made the decision to partner a leading orthopedic surgeon with an experienced educator to make sure these concepts are presented clearly and accurately so that you will be able to leverage this knowledge for yourself. Of course, this book is not a replacement for a doctor’s examination or treatment plan, but the more you understand about your own musculoskeletal system, the better you will be at addressing the factors that contribute to your discomfort.
Compare Protalus to Other Popular Insoles
While a deep heel cup is not the only factor in the design of an effective insole it is one of the most important as the medical community has known for decades that controlling the position of the heel and ankle is the key to fixing misalignment. Misalignment at the ankle can lead to several foot conditions and pain in weight-bearing joints like the ankles, knees, and hips. Use the tool below to see how Protalus insoles stack up against the others.