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The importance of orthopedic shoe insoles
The structure of the human foot is very complex. It consists of 28 bones, combined with suction muscles, tendons and ligaments. The shape of each person's foot is not the same, and the degree of ligament relaxation is not the same. Custom orthopedic insoles are curved or soft. Hardness and other aspects can achieve an anastomosis with the soles of the feet, just like myopia patients wearing myopia glasses-although myopia can not be cured, but glasses can further protect the eyes. Custom made orthotic insoles can provide the support and corrective force closest to their needs for different flatness and plantar soft tissue thickness. After wearing, they can straighten the ankle and adjust the lower limb force line. It can reduce the chance of joint strain and relieve muscle fatigue and pain when walking. .
Design principle of orthopedic insole
In the age group of 3-14 years old, the arch bones of the foot are in the development period, which is the golden period of arch formation. If you wear shoes improperly or are too obese and have poor sitting posture, it will affect the normal development of muscles, ligaments and bones, and most likely lead to flat feet. Foot diseases such as internal horoscope, hind foot varus, X leg, children's skeletal gait correction shoes, orthopedic shoe insoles use the principles of human biomechanics to support the arch of the foot scientifically, which is conducive to the normal development of muscles, ligaments, and bones, and helps children grow healthy.
Foamwell is one of the leading orthotic insole manufacturers in China. There are heel locking corrective insoles with different amplitudes. It provides the support and corrective force closest to its needs for different flatness and plantar soft tissue thickness. It has heel inclination and foot arch support. The insoles designed with support and heel socket shape can straighten the ankle and adjust the force line of the lower limbs.