therapeutic design offers the best shoes for metatarsalgia and ball of the foot pain
- Premium orthotic insoles provide anatomical arch support that properly align the foot, reducing pressure on the metatarsal heads and ball of the foot.
- Multi-layer padding and cushioning midsole absorb shock forces and provide pressure relief at the ball of the foot.
- Ergonomic sole with a mild Rocker Bottom design evenly transfers the weight from the heel to the forefoot, easing pressure on the ball of the foot.
- Extra depth design and a wide toe-box eliminate pressure on the forefoot area.
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How metatarsalgia is prevented and treated?
Since the most common cause of metatarsalgia is poorly fitting shoes, it stands to reason that the best treatment and prevention for this foot condition is to wear metatarsalgia shoes. The best shoes for metatarsalgia and ball-of-foot pain are shoes that fit properly and have a low or moderate heel. They should also have orthopedic insoles that provide arch support and extra cushioning for the ball of the foot.
Resting, icing and elevating the foot are also helpful treatment measures.