Arch Area Foot Pain, Shoe Inserts

Arch area foot pain is something that most of us experience, at least from time to time. Arch area foot pain can make an activity as simple as walking across the room an extremely unpleasant ordeal. This is especially problematic because walking is one of the best forms of gentle, low-stress cardiovascular exercise, one you can do every day without even thinking about it. Walking also improves your glucose level. Exercise helps your muscles absorb blood sugar and helps prevent it from building up in the bloodstream. Walking gives you better cardiovascular fitness and health. Walking helps you control your weight. You burn calories. You lose weight. You reduce your health risks. Of course, before you begin any new exercise program, talk with your doctor first to make sure it's OK for you. And get a pair of WalkFit® Platinum Orthotics to make whatever walking you do as free of arch area foot pain as possible.

WalkFit® Platinum Orthotics are a type of shoe insert. But they're not just any shoe inserts. These shoe inserts were actually designed by podiatrists. Many popular brands of inserts available at most drug and discount stores are little more than a cushioned insole with almost no built-in heel support and stability. Although they may provide minimal shock absorption while walking, they are not physician-designed orthotic shoe insoles. WalkFit® Platinum orthotic inserts are designed to evenly distribute weight over your foot, effectively reducing foot pain. WalkFit® Platinum molds to the shape of your feet for a custom, comfortable fit. And they're designed with WalkFit® Platinum's exclusive removable inserts, making them perfect for people with low, medium and high arches, male or female.

Metatarsal foot pain is simply a fancy way of saying that the balls of your feet are hurting. If you want an even more impressive name for metatarsal foot pain, it's also called metatarsalgia. The good news is that metatarsal foot pain isn't particularly critical and seldom has any lasting effect. The bad news is that it can make everyday activities, such as walking or standing, quite painful. So, why live with metatarsal foot pain when you really don't have to? One immediate remedy is rest. It also helps when you keep pressure from being applied to your feet. Soaking your feet in ice cold water probably will help reduce the pain. Better yet, why not prevent metatarsal foot pain from happening in the first place? Since metatarsalgia is more of a strain than a disease, it's very simple to avoid and treat. More often than not, metatarsal foot pain is simply a byproduct of bad maintenance and improper foot care. WalkFit® Platinum Orthotics, developed by a podiatrist, can help. In fact, in a scientific study, over 90% of foot pain sufferers who tried WalkFit® Platinum experienced noticeable relief.

Give metatarsal foot pain the boot. Order your WalkFit® Platinum Orthotics today for only $19.95!