Tendonitis of the foot, or peroneal tendonitis, happens when the larger tendons in the ankle and foot become inflamed due to added stress. A typical way this happens is a too-steep ramping of exercise after winter downtime. Anyone who suspects they have foot tendon problems, should see their doctor for a full assessment and diagnosis. The physician may recommend a shoe insert or shoe insole for foot tendinitis pain.
RxSorbo make insoles which are based on Sorbothane. Developed by materials scientists to mimic human flesh Sorbothane® is a one-of-a-kind visco elastic polymer. The company describes the material as a solid which ”flows” naturally like a liquid so it absorbs up to 94.7% of impact shock and provides comfort “better than any other insole material available today”.
“Runners and people in sports that require a lot of running are typical of those at risk in developing tendinitis in their legs,” explained Rj Yozwiak, Manager of RxSorbo. “Now that Spring is close, we expect to see an upsurge of interest in this topic, so have proactively written up a guide for selecting the best shoe insoles that aid in the recovery from tendinitis.”
People go to RxSorbo for shoe insoles for foot maladies from Plantar Fasciitis to Morton’s Neuroma to metatarsalgia to many other conditions. From shoe inserts for running and triathlon to top-rated insoles for dress shoes to gym shoes, and of course to cycling, reviews of the company’s shoe insoles indicate they are among the best shoe insoles.
• Cambrelle Antimicrobial top layer to help wick moisture and prevent odour
• Specially designed air channels to aid in cushioning and keeping your feet cool
• These insoles are thin! So they are great where space is an issue or you can’t remove your stock insole.
• Perfect for sporting cleats
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