Are Shoe Inserts Uncomfortable?

Should shoe inserts hurt?

The ALINEs are super comfortable, and they actually help you if you’re standing on concrete all day to have a more comfortable bottom of the foot and not have so much fatigue. ALINEs are designed to help replicate walking on semi-soft ground, like dirt or sand. Wearing them every day inside your shoe can help alleviate some hip, knee, heel, and ankle pain. 

Can shoe inserts help heel pain?

One of the things that is great about the ALINE is that the heel has a supportive area where the majority of your weight hits so that you don’t get soreness on the bottom of your heel. The other thing is because the ALINE cups your heel and puts it into the correct position, the arch is actually very comfortable, so it’s not pushing into your arch and creating any pain.

How long can you use shoe inserts?

After you get comfortable with having ALINEs in your shoes, you can wear them for as long you are on your feet.  Additionally, when you step on the ALINE it helps your foot to have a wave motion which is a natural stride. So they’re fantastic to walk all around in your shoes. They can even hold up if you decide to go on a walk tour or to explore a new area and they will not give you sore feet. They’re really, really great for keeping your feet comfy!

Are expensive shoe inserts worth it?

Custom orthotics can range anywhere from $200 to $800. Usually getting fittings and creating additional appointments can take up a lot of your time. Fortunately, this March, HealthWorks Family Chiropractic is celebrating Arch Madness. Our normal price for ALINEs is $99, but we are discounting them to $75 with a free fitting. 

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