Every step you take puts pressure on your legs, hips and spine. Pronation is the biomechanical shock absorption motion of the ankle, foot and lower leg. As a person walks, runs or stands, the ankle flexes inward or pronates to absorb the shock and control balance. When there is a problem with the foot’s pronation (over pronation), the foot’s gait cycle is imbalanced, causing unnecessary strain on the heels, legs, knees (knee pain) and lower back.
Over pronation occurs when the ankle or foot excessively flexes inward or the arch flattens too much. The resulting unstable position places added stress on the medial (inside) portion of the foot during the mid-stance and/or toe-off phases of the gait cycle. The body over compensates from the lack of stability in the foot. The knees and lower back absorb the shock, causing lower back pain and knee pain.
ErgoJoy therapeutic inserts help align your feet into their proper positions. Your shin bone becomes misaligned when your foot improperly settles in the longitudinal arch. This misalignment continues up to the spinal column, causing discomfort to the knees, hips, legs, lower back and upper back.
Consider ErgoJoy therapeutic insoles while searching for insoles for knee pain.
ErgoJoy offers liquid insoles for both standard shoes as well as sandals. ErgoJoy insoles help your body appear taller while improving your posture and balance. It can lead to improved coordination, stamina and metabolism all while helping you burn calories, improve circulation and strengthening muscles. Our insoles can help with arch pain, back pain, calluses & corns, club foot, diabetes, flat feet, heel spurs & heel pain, hot feed & cold feet, knee pain, metatarsalgia, Morton’s Neuroma, neuropathy, plantar fasciitis and poor circulation.
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