Underpronation is the ‘canary in the coal mine’ for foot maladies common among runners and other athletes.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 29, 2016
RxSorbo, a leading online retailer of top-rated shoe insoles, is pleased to announce that the informational web page concerning underpronation has been updated. In this update the anatomy of underpronation is explained, and the role of shoe insoles in treatment described.
“Underpronation is the ‘canary in the coal mine’ for foot maladies common among runners and other athletes,” explained Rj Yozwiak, Manager of RxSorbo. “First just a twinge is felt, then soreness but it doesn’t stop there if symptoms are not heeded and treated. Fortunately, if caught early, walking shoe insoles can have a big impact, keeping bad from getting worse.”
Underpronation and Shoe Insoles
Underpronation, also known as supination, is when the foot rolls insufficiently as it lands on the ground while running or walking. Underpronated feet do not provide enough well-distributed shock resistance to the feet. When running this may cause added stress to the tendons and muscles. This can lead to plantar fasciitis and tendinitis, which is undesirable.
When one sees signs of underpronation, a visit to a physician is advisable, for a full evaluation and diagnosis. Doctors normally recommend quality orthotics, or shoe insoles, to treat and re-balance underpronation in the feet.
Choosing the Best Walking Shoe Insoles for Underpronation
When one begins to feel pain in the balls of the feet or in the knees after exercising, then underpronation can be suspected. To check for underpronation, look at the bottom of ones running shoes, if the outside edges of the shoes are worn down more than the insides, that is diagnostic of underpronation.
To view the newly updated underpronation page and walking shoe insoles relevant to its treatment, visit http://amzn.to/28VSily on Amazon. For detailed information, visit the updated page on underpronation and shoe insoles at http://www.rxsorbo.com/rx-blog/foot-ailments-underpronation.
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