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What orthotic do I need?

How to choose the right orthotic insoles for you

Insoles come in a variety of different shapes and sizes. People wear them for different reasons. A lot of people who use orthotic insoles have foot pain they want to relieve. Some use insoles to help support their recovery from an injury, while others use them to make their shoes more comfortable as they’re moving around throughout the day.

The challenge is figuring out how to choose orthotic insoles for you. It can get overwhelming trying to find the right orthotics for your feet when there are so many options. Our table selection guide is a quick and easy way to find the right insoles for you by the pain you may have.

 

Do You Need Full Length Insoles?

Full length insoles extend the entire length of the foot and can replace worn out insoles in your shoes. If you wear a wide width shoe, you’ll want to go with the Wide Fit Full Length Insoles for maximum cushioning and support. If you’re suffering from Morton’s Neuroma or pain in the ball of your foot, or need metatarsal relief, Pinnacle Plus offers maximum cushion and 100% support.

If neither of these apply to you, the next step is to decide how much support you need from your insoles.

 

Maximum Support

If you require as much support and cushioning as you can get from your orthotics, there are a couple options available to you.

  • Pinnacle Maxx Insoles are ideal for preventing and alleviating pain associated with moderate over-pronation, plantar fasciitis, and other common foot conditions. These specific insoles work for both casual and athletic shoes.

 

Moderate Support

If you want a good balance of support and flexibility with maximum cushion in your athletic shoes, these are your go-to orthotic insoles:

 

Minimal Support

If you just need insoles that provide maximum cushion, the ArchLite Insoles are for you. These insoles are an ideal alternative to arch support insoles if you need more cushioning and less support.

If you don’t need full length insoles, your other option is 3/4 length orthotics.

 

Do You Need 3/4 Length Insoles?

Designed to take up minimal space in everyday casual and dress shoes Archright Casual premium orthotics designed to increase support and hep with shock absorption.  They are 3/4 length. The arch support given will help relieve many common symtoms including  foot pain, knee pain, and lower back pain

 

Click on a condition below to learn more about that condition and solutions My Foot First provides.

Alternatively click on a product to go straight to the product detail page of that product to view more information and make purchase.

 

Comfortlast Pinnacle Pink Pinnacle Plus Pinnacle Maxx Pinnacle Full Slenderfit Wide Fit Full Archrite Casual Archrite Functional Ultrastretch Sock Powerstep Protech Pro Classic + Foot Comfort Pressure Relief
Flat Feet/Fallen Arches   Yes Yes Yes     Yes Yes Yes   Yes Yes    
Mild Overpronation   Yes Yes   Yes   Yes Yes Yes   Yes Yes    
Moderate Overpronation       Yes     Yes Yes Yes          
Heel Pain Yes Yes Yes Yes   Yes Yes       Yes Yes Yes Yes
Plantar Fascitis Yes Yes Yes Yes   Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes    
Heel Spurs Yes Yes Yes               Yes Yes Yes Yes
Mortons Neuroma Yes   Yes Yes   Yes Yes           Yes Yes
Metatarsalgia Yes Yes Yes Yes   Yes Yes       Yes Yes    
Corns & Bunions Yes Yes Yes Yes     Yes       Yes Yes Yes Yes
Knee Pain/Ankle Pain   Yes Yes Yes     Yes       Yes Yes Yes Yes
Achilles Tendonitis                 Yes Yes        
Muscle Tightening/Cramps                   Yes        
Sensitive/Sore/Athritic Feet                         Yes Yes
Hammer Toe / Claw Toe     Yes Yes     Yes       Yes      

NB:Foot orthotics are not suitable for people with severe foot deformities, diabetes, circulatory disease such as PVD or foot ulcerations on the soles of their feet. Always consult a medical professional if you experience pain, discomfort or swelling.

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