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Foot Pain

Where is Your Pain?

The human foot is a complex unit of 26 bones, 30 major joints, 107 ligaments, and 19 muscles and tendons. No two people’s feet are alike and because of the complexity of the foot, it is difficult to determine the exact cause of pain. There are, however, similarities in signs and symptoms of specific types of foot problems. Our goal is to help you determine the possible cause of your pain and to make suggestions as to how to help. When dealing with the foot, it is important to be specific with your pain points in order to properly diagnose the cause.

Ball Of Foot

Pain and inflammation in the ball of your foot can be caused by pronation or supination, unsupportive footwear, overuse/injury from high-impact activities and/or tight heel cords. This pain is often found in women who wear high-heeled shoes, for the pressure on the forefoot is increased when the heel is elevated, and consistent use of high heels creates a tight heel cord.


Arch pain can develop in people with flat feet whose ankles roll inward while standing or walking. Pain occurs when your arches are forced to bear more pressure than comfortably capable. Arch pain is a common indicator of plantar fasciitis. It is also an indicator of progressively flattening or pronating feet. This problem is often genetic and can progress from any age or stage of life.


Heel pain develops from poor biomechanics and over-pronation of the feet. When your ankle rolls inward, it causes your arch to collapse. This stretches the muscles and strains the supporting structures of your foot. Pain is the result of tearing, inflammation and overstretching of your plantar fascia. Common conditions associated with heel pain include plantar fasciitis, heel spurs and Achilles tendonitis.



The foot moves in three planes of motion – up and down, side to side, and rotationally. So, our insoles are designed with a three point system. Our proven tri-planar technology aligns your body with every step you take. We don’t try to correct the problem of misalignment by placing an artificial arch under your foot. We go further by controlling the rotation of your ankle. We move your ankle into a more aligned position up to 32% more, reduce over-pronation up to 27%, and align your tibia (shin) into a more aligned position up to 40% more than the average insole. Learn more about the science behind our insoles.


Our tri-planar insoles align your feet against pronation, supination, pain and fatigue.

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Stretching several times daily will help alleviate foot pain. View our recommended stretches.

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