Physiotherapists are often the first port of call for patients with what turn out to be pronation related conditions of the foot, ankle and knee. We have the perfect, chairside solution for a quick and effective intervention.
Patients can be treated immediately with no need for referral elsewhere.
The Salford Insole
The Salford Insole was designed with busy clinics in mind – a highly effective, evidence based prefabricated orthotic, developed specifically to manage pronation. UK researched, UK made, no MOQ. Wide size range, including children’s.
Increasingly popular in busy Physiotherapy Clinics in the UK.
Blue Firm Salford Insole
The “go to” device for the most active people. Firm support, smooth surface.
Orange Flex Salford Insole
Same proven shape, slightly less firm. Produced in response to requests from clinicians for a slightly more accommodating device.
Salford Insole with Lateral Wedge Technology
The Salford Insole, but with lateral support. Tested on patients with Medial Knee Pain, this device is also perfect for supination related conditions such as lateral ankle instability and chronic lateral ankle sprain.
What are other clinics saying?
I’ve been using the Salfordinsole range for some years now and having studied at Salford around the time of release I was privy to the process and effort that went into this product. Specialising in the lower limb as an extended scope podiatrist, I treat a lot of hips and knees as well as feet and ankles.
I’ve used the orange device many times and what I find most useful is that it does positively affect the outcome measures compared to the vast majority of orthotics that I’ve tried using. It is also very slim, easily fitting in a football boot, trainer and even cycling shoes.
I would recommend the services and products from Salford insole and look forward to working with the team for many years to come.
- Stuart Campbell, Total Sports Podiatry
The biggest selling point for me is the durability and single piece construction – I can explain to patients that they will not deform as foam does, will remain as they are from new and function consistently.
- Neil Williams, 360 Foot Care
Lots of positive feedback from patients. Slim construction, shape and comprehensive range of individual sizes make them suitable for more styles of footwear, including business shoes (often better than full custom). Single material construction means they are washable and hygienic.
- Karlyn Harfoot, Harfoot Podiatry, Hong Kong
As a podiatrist I have been prescribing Salford orthotic insoles for ten years. They are one of the most accommodating and robust full-length orthotics on the market, fitting into most shoes without any compromise on correction or support. Great for school shoes and narrower footwear.
Salfords are always my 1st choice of orthotics for children. They adapt so quickly. The great benefit of Salfords over other orthotics is they are easy to sanitise and so durable. Unlike other flexible orthotics they don't deform and lose their effectiveness. A downside of the orthotics are when children outgrow them, there is still lots of life left! Salfords go on and on. Offer great return on investing in one's feet!
- Katrina Waller-Jarrett, Compleet Feet & Aesthetics
We use Salfords for a range of foot problems relating to even the most severely over pronating feet and I feel personally that full length orthotics are the most effective due to a more stable fit within the shoe. Salfords are designed to fit in a wide range of shoes, boots and sports footwear, with the blue and orange versions offering variations of firmness and flexibility.”
At InStep Podiatry we like to offer a product that will last as long as possible to maximise the value to patients - Salfordinsoles are by far the most cost effective, long lasting insole on the market and I am confident offering my customers a five year guarantee with free replacement if they wear, split or fall to pieces - this has never happened. “Salfords” keep their form perfectly no matter the amount of abuse they are put through.
- Neil Boyle, InStep Podiatry