UK'S BEST INSOLES FOR
A spin-out company of
School of Podiatry
The Podiatrists' Choice
These uniquely effective insoles for Fallen Arches have a precise and accurately profiled arch and a deep heel cup, fully supporting every aspect of your foot.
Supplier to UK Podiatry
UK University Researched
Extensive Patient Trials
Developed by UK Podiatrists
'Fallen Arches' occur when the foot's normal arches drop or collapse completely and the sole of the foot comes into complete contact with the ground when under load.
The term for this flattening of the foot is overpronation.
Whilst pronation is a normal part of the gait cycle and helps to provide shock absorption at the foot, overpronation transfers this shock to the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the foot, ankle and knee, so an intervention is extremely beneficial.
You might be thinking “why me?”
Fallen Arches can affect any active individual.
Our feet are not designed for walking on hard surfaces and most footwear lacks adequate support.
So why the Salford Insole?
The Salford Insole for Fallen Arches is uniquely effective at preventing overpronation and provides unrivalled arch support.
Developed by UK podiatrists and based on University research, it is widely prescribed by clinicians throughout the UK.
It has a firm and accurate arch profile and a deep heel cup, fully supporting every aspect of your foot and allowing natural foot function. This will immediately improve stability and mobility.
The insoles will work consistently and indefinitely.
Accurate and consistent arch support
Prevents pain and discomfort
The Professionals' Choice
The Salford Insole for
I'd pretty much given up on insoles helping with pain relief until I came across these. Thanks for the advice and explanation.
- Luke, Nottingham
I've tried lots of insoles that claimed to offer arch support over the years and none have been as good as these. I can't believe how much much more stable I feel.
- Geoff, Lewes
I've tried lots of insoles for arch support over the years and none have been as good as these. I can't believe how much more stable I feel.
- Geoff, Lewes