HOW ORTHOFEET MEN'S METATARSALGIA SHOES WORK TO HELP ALLEVIATE BALL OF THE FOOT PAIN?
Orthofeet shoes are biomechanically engineered with unique therapeutic features that have proven to help ease Ball of the men's Foot Pain (Metatarsalgia). The Ortho-Cushion ® System features premium Orthotic insoles with anatomical support and unsurpassed cushioning that properly align the foot and reduce pressure on the ball of the foot.
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" These shoes are amazing! I wore these shoes all day, and had no foot pain. I have plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia and neuropathy, and had no pain all day. The arch support is perfect, much more comfortable than my $400 orthotics. When they came in the mail, I immediately tried them on, couldn't believe when I stood up-- it was heaven! I am a nurse. I have been telling everybody I work with about these shoes."
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The Orthofeet Advantage
Orthofeet's orthotic shoes are bio-mechanically engineered with unique features that are not found in any other shoe!
The innovative shoe construction along with the anatomical orthotic insoles have helped millions of users improve mobility, enhance comfort from heel to toe, and get ultimate protection for persons with neuropathy.
" The Foot Pain is Gone! This is my second pair of sneakers and I love them. I have very wide feet and have tried for years to find a comfortable sneaker. My Plantar Fasciitis and Metatarsal pain are both gone after six months. So grateful."
-- J. Kamm
BIOMECHANICAL ORTHOTIC INSOLES
- Anatomical arch-support reduces over-pronation (flat feet), straightens the foot, and decreases the pressure on the ball of the foot.
- Superior cushioning alleviates pressure on the bottom of the foot.
WIDE, EXTRA DEPTH DESIGN
- Wide toe-box offers a loose, comfortable fit, and eliminates pressure on the front part of the foot.
- Extra-depth design accommodates thick insoles and orthotics, and alleviates pressure on the ball of the foot.
INNOVATIVE ORTHO-CUSHION TM SYSTEM
Orthofeet's Ortho-Cushion TM is engineered with unique comfort features:
1. Contoured orthotic insole with anatomical arch support.
2. Gel padding under the heel.
3. Ergonomic sole with air cushioning.
1. Soften every step you take.
2. Reduces pressure under the heel.
3. Adds spring to your step.
4. Works wonders to alleviate heel pain & plantar fasciitis.
Orthofeet orthotic shoes have proven to help millions of users improve mobility & enhance comfort from heel to toe.
Bottom Line: Choosing proper footwear can help you go about your daily activities with less pain, better mobility and comfortable feet.
Ball of the foot pain, also known as metatarsalgia, refers to pain in the metatarsal area of the foot, i.e., the ball of the foot. When the protective pad that cushions the metatarsal heads at the balls of the feet gets worn away or damaged from overuse, metatarsalgia or ball-of-foot pain can arise. This pain can be acute, chronic and recurrent, and often occurs as a sharp pain or burning sensation.
What causes it? The most common cause of ball-of-foot pain is ill-fitting shoes. In contrast to specially designed shoes for metatarsalgia (ball of the foot pain), shoes that have narrow toe boxes are very damaging to the feet, especially after prolonged use. When the shoes we wear are uncomfortable, they can affect our gait, which often leads to ball-of-foot pain. Other possible causes include arthritis, joint irritation, injuries to ligaments, Morton’s neuroma, and pinched nerves.
How is it 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 men’s shoes for metatarsalgia and best men’s shoes for ball-of-foot pain are shoes that fit properly and have a low or moderate heel. The best men’s walking shoes for metatarsalgia and best men’s walking shoes for ball of the foot pain should also have orthopedic insoles that provide arch support and extra cushioning for the ball of the foot. Frequently resting, icing and elevating the foot are also helpful treatment measures.