Your Solution for Neuropathy Pain

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Protalus for Neuropathy Pain

Neuropathy can be painful and persistent but you can find relief.

Most people don't realize neuropathy pain can be influenced by poor circulation in the foot. Poor circulation is often the result of improper alignment of the ankle.

By correcting ankle alignment, Protalus insoles increase circulation and bring you noticeable relief from your neuropathy pain.

T-100 Elite

Rated 4.6 out of 5
Based on 505 reviews

Our best seller! The T-100 ELITE has a universal fit for flat feet and high arches. Perfect for sneaker, athletic, and casual shoes.

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This size is currently on backorder. Expected ship date  November 18.
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Quick Facts

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Protalus works

Protalus puts your ankle in a natural position, properly distributing pressure, increasing circulation and providing the best circumstances for nerve health.

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Comfort that lasts

Protalus insoles require no break in and can last up to one full year.

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Neuropathy hurts

More than 20 million people in the U.S. experience neuropathy pains in their feet.

Neuropathy Pain & Circulation

Protalus insoles increase your circulation and give you the results you need.

Oxygen Supply

Metabolic Waste


Nerve Inflammation

Compromised Healing

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Oxygen Supply

Nerves require a constant supply of oxygen and nutrients to function properly. Poor circulation limits the delivery of oxygen and essential nutrients to nerve cells, leading to oxidative stress and damage.

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Metabolic Waste

Proper circulation helps remove metabolic waste products from nerve cells. When circulation is impaired, waste products can accumulate, further damaging nerve tissue and interfering with nerve function.

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Pain Signals

Poor circulation can heighten the perception of pain in neuropathic conditions. Nerves that are damaged or not functioning optimally may send abnormal pain signals to the brain, and reduced blood flow can intensify the sensation of pain.

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Nerve Inflammation

Inadequate blood flow can contribute to inflammation of the nerves, exacerbating neuropathic symptoms. Inflammation can cause additional damage to nerve tissue and worsen pain and discomfort.

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Compromised Healing

Poor circulation can hinder the body's ability to repair and regenerate damaged nerve tissue. This can prolong the recovery process and make it more challenging for nerves to recover from injuries or inflammation.