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Gel Heel Cup Support Cushion Shock Pad


Sold By: Footreviver

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Suffering from heel pain? Do something about it and fit these inside your shoes to ease that pain once and for all! Cushions, supports and pads your foot.

Ones size fits all perfect for athletes and people who are always on their feet.
Helps to support the heel of your foot.
Silicone gel massages your heels and stops the build up of damaging pressure underneath your heels by spreading this pressure evenly across your whole foot, helping you to stay comfortable in your shoes all day long.
Absorbs shock and prevent shock from damaging your heel and Achilles tendon
Cups around your heel giving you extra stability and comfort to prevent foot sprains and strains.
Arch support helps to realign your foot preventing over pronation and supination common causes of plantar fasciitis and heel pain.
Supports and reduces strain and tension in the Achilles tendon helping to prevent and treat Achilles tendinitis.
Lightweight durable and compact design makes these inserts perfect for adding into any type of shoe quickly and easy for fast and effecting foot pain relief.
Added heel grips help to stop your feet from moving around in your shoes and rubbing against the sides of your shoes which can cause blisters to and corns to develop.
If you are not happy with these heel cups you can send them back to us within 30 days tog et 100% refund!

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A common cause of heel pain in adults is because of foot injury called plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis can cause mild to severe foot pain in your heel and arch and is due to damage to the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a fibrous ligament that spans the length of your foot supporting your metatarsal bones. It is designed to perform a number of different function the most important being to pronate your foot when you walk. The plantar fascia is also meant to absorb shock and stop this shock from damaging the rest of your foot. However your plantar fascia is only designed to cope with so much strain and shock. If you put the plantar fascia under too much pressure it can become overstretched and inflamed resulting in plantar fasciiits. Plantar fasciitis can causes mild to sever foot pain on your heel and arch with the severity of the pain is dependant upon the damage to the plantar fascia. If the underlining causes of plantar fasciitis are not properly dealt your plantar fasciitis will only worsen.

You are more likely to damage the plantar fascia if you have flat feet, high arches, your feet over pronate or supinate when you walk, you regularly run or stand for long periods on hard surfaces, obese or wear unsupportive and tight shoes that place extra pressure on your arches.
Wearing a pair of arch support insoles can help to treat and ease plantar fasciitis. Arch support insoles are designed to take strain off the arch allowing your feet to recover. Arch support will also help to correct biomechanical imbalances from occurring and will help to make your feet function more naturally and in a way that causes the least amount of damage. Arch support insoles will also usually be made out of shock absorbing materials which will help to stop shock from damaging your feet and heels.

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