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KNEE PAIN

REDUCE RUBBING AND FRICTION

Knee pain is caused by misalignment and/or overuse of the muscles, ligaments and joints. With a misalignment, pain can be felt on the inside or outside of the knee joint. Pain can travel up to your hips or down through your calves, tightening your muscles and limiting flexibility. Pain that is felt on the outside of your knee can be the result of a strained iliotibial (IT) band, a tendon with thick connective tissue that stretches from the knee up to the hip.

MISALIGNMENT

When your feet are misaligned, an unnatural pressure is placed on your knee joints. Muscles are forced to overcompensate in irregular areas to support each step you take. This results in tightness and achiness. Misalignment can lead to injury of the muscles and ligaments surrounding your knees.

PRONATION

Pronation (flat foot), or the inward rolling of the foot and ankle, can often cause pain on the outside of your knee, as your joint is jamming from a knock-kneed position.

SUPINATION

Supination (high arch), or the outward rolling of the foot and ankle, can often cause pain on the inside of your knee, as your joint is jamming from a bow-legged position.

OVERUSE

Overuse of your knee joints leads to wearing down of the cartilage. This can cause painful rubbing and friction. Pain from arthritis can also limit the mobility of your knees.

ALIGN YOURSELF

AND WALK PAIN FREE

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Insoles can reduce strain on your knees and realign your joints into a more efficient position, protecting against arthritis.

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

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