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Dr Foot Pro Hallux Rigidus Insoles (3/4 length) Pair
Dr Foot Pro Hallux Rigidus Insoles (3/4 length) Pair
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Dr Foot Pro Hallux Rigidus Insoles (3/4 length) Pair


25.00 ($41.25) (Euro 29.87)
 


Please Select Size Below:
Extra Small (U.K shoe size 3-4) (U.S.A shoe size 4-5)   
Small (U.K shoe size 5-6) (U.S.A shoe size 6-7)   
Medium (U.K shoe size 7-8) (U.S.A shoe size 8-9)   
Large (U.K shoe size 9-11) (U.S.A shoe size 10-12)   
EXLarge (U.K shoe size 12-14) (U.S.A shoe size 13-15)   



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Dr Foot Pro Hallux Rigidus Insoles have a 4 degree forefoot 1st metatarsal post to redistribute pressure away from the 1st metatarsal joint, only use these insoles if you have been diagnosed with Hallux Rigidus.



Hallux rigidus is arthritis of the main joint of the big toe in the ball of the foot. It is a wearing out of the joint surfaces. It is called "hallux rigidus" because its main feature is stiffness ("rigidus") of the big toe ("hallux"). Some people get stiffness in this joint with little or no obvious arthritis - this is called "hallux limitus" because the toe has limited movement but is not absolutely stiff.

Dr Foot Pro Hallux Rigidus Insoles have a 4 degree forefoot 1st metatarsal post and are designed to fit into normal shoes, lateral cutaway provides an easy fit for almost any type of shoe. The wearer will adjust quickly and find the device comfortable to wear. This insole provides the functionality and stability of the full-length insole but can be placed into all types of footwear for men and women.

They help reduce stress at key weight points, keep each foot properly aligned and cradle and stabilize your heels. A strategically placed heel insert made of poron foam absorbs the pounding foot shock of each step.

Dr Foot Pro 3/4 Length Insoles provide the support you need to insure treatment of hallux rigidus.
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