Soles, for whom?
Unless otherwise advised by a healthcare professional, everyone can (should) wear insoles, regardless of the type of footwear and the type of activity.
In addition, it has now been demonstrated that RHENWING insoles prevent or relieve typical pathologies of the lower limb and more specifically of the foot. Examples:
- Calcaneal spur
- Plantar fasciitis
- Hallux valgus
- Achilles tendon pain
- And many others…
How do I know if I should wear insoles?
In the case of certain pathologies diagnosed clinically, or following surgery on the lower limb, the healthcare professional will prescribe the wearing of so-called orthopedic insoles in order to relieve the pathology in question or the pain it causes. RHENWING insoles can be worn under medical prescription.
Even in the absence of a diagnosed pathology, it is advisable to wear insoles by all people who suffer from muscle and / or joint fatigue at the end of their working day (walking, standing, trampling, etc.) or after '' a physical or sporting activity.
Also, if your feet regularly suffer from blisters or chafing, it is most likely due to the fact that your shoes are not suitable for the shape of your feet. Wearing custom insoles, such as self-molding and / or thermoforming RHENWING soles, will eliminate this phenomenon in all your shoes of equivalent shape.
Figure 1: RHENWING insoles prevent and relieve typical pathologies of the lower limb
Why wear soles?
There are many reasons to wear insoles:
No matter what type of shoe you wear, you'll notice that the sockliner is a very often overlooked component of technology. However, the sockliner is the first component in contact with your foot, and has its full role to play in optimizing the mechanical properties of your shoes - cushioning and stabilizing the foot - and thus promoting your comfort. As a result, you guarantee a feeling of well-being throughout the day.
Your shoes, as well as their initial sockliner, are designed in a standard way to suit as many people as possible. However, it is quite common that these are not adapted to the shape of your feet and generate friction or even blisters. RHENWING soles are self-formable and / or thermoformable, which will eliminate this phenomenon. Plus, you'll get a personalized footprint of your foot in all your shoes of an equivalent standard fit.
Very few shoes support the arch of your feet. RHENWING HYBRID soles provide thermoformable and dynamic arch support, respecting the natural cushioning and roll of the foot, and further promoting its cushioning and stabilizing properties.
Wearing personalized insoles with selective anatomical cushioning, such as RHENWING insoles, allows the foot and ankle to be repositioned in their natural axes. The foot and ankle being the support of the articular and muscular chains of the human body, repositioning of these generates repositioning of the entire musculoskeletal system in its natural axes. This has an extremely beneficial effect in the long term, preventing or relieving degenerative joint and muscle pathologies, such as osteoarthritis.
Figure 2: Repositioning of the natural articular axes of the human body
If you are hikers, runners or trail runners, you have probably already suffered from a bruise under your fingernails. This is an accumulation of blood under a nail that has suffered a shock or repeated small trauma. This phenomenon appears, for example, after an outing with a lot of negative elevation, during which your toenails hit the welts of your shoes with each step. RHENWING soles are made up of a real self-molding exoskeleton around the natural supports of the foot - a world-patented technology - capable in particular of braking the metatarsal heads and preventing the toes from hitting the welt of the shoe.
One of the main benefits of wearing insoles is the reduction of the impact and shock wave generated when the foot (especially the heel) comes into contact with the ground. This additional damping reduces, among other things, your muscle and joint fatigue; which therefore promotes your recovery. This is why it is advisable to wear insoles throughout the day, and especially during and after exercise.
Finally, RHENWING soles, unlike most sockliner initially incorporated into your shoes, are made of a coating that meets OEKO-TEX standards, with antimycotic qualities, and absorbs moisture up to 10 times its size. volume with a dry touch and dries in less than 2 hours.
You will understand, anyone who respects their body must respect their feet. For that, nothing better than to adopt as soon as possible the wearing of technical insoles!