Insoles and Beyond is a family-owned, family-operated small business dedicated to providing you with the best in orthotic shoe inserts. These shoe inserts, which are commonly called “innersoles” or just “insoles,” are a critical component in promoting foot health and wellness. Everyone in our family has dealt with foot pain of some sort or other, whether it’s plantar fasciitis and heel pain from sports activities, the various and sundry complains of a ballet dancer, to the pain of neuropathy, to just plain old tired feet from being upright all day. We’ve all tried numerous solutions to foot pain, and we want to make the best of these solutions available for you. Here are a few of the hot-button issues we want to help you address, each of which applies to at least one person in our family:
Plantar fasciitis is a nasty beast that can debilitate you in no time flat. If you are taking up a new sport or you are beginning to introduce high-impact activity, you especially need to take care and get some inserts for plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition that affects the plantar fascia, a ligament that runs along the bottom of your foot connecting the heel to the toes. The best way to keep plantar fasciitis at bay is to wear arch support inserts, also known as plantar fasciitis inserts. We have inserts for high, medium, and low arches, with varying levels of firmness and cushioning, so you’ll be able to find the right level of support and cushioning for just about any pair of shoes you’ve got.
People with high arches can have an especially difficult time finding the right level of foot arch support. Not having enough arch support leads to ankle instability, pronation, plantar fasciitis, and a host of other problems that can cause pain all the way up in the neck. Fortunately, it’s not very difficult to find insoles for high arches, and we carry quite a few here. We even have high arch support insoles for high heels!
People who have flat feet often need flat feet insoles to keep their feet moving properly and pain-free. Having flat feet means there is little-to-no arch, which can be challenging for foot health because so much of being pain-free relies on the arch and the support of it. Some folks with flat feet prefer an insole with a pretty low profile, but others like a medium or even high arch support. Either way, we have all of the best insoles for flat feet, and we will be happy to help you figure out what works best for you.