Frequently Asked Questions
The insoles should only be worn for 2-3 hours at first, and you should increase this time gradually until the foot is completely accustomed. Over the first two weeks you may experience some discomfort.
Custom insoles can be used with different shoes, but you should bear in mind that they take up some space in the shoes and they may not feel fully comfortable with all shoes.
The insoles can be moved to different shoes, but it is recommended to wear them with the shoes that you use most often in your everyday life.
No, if the shoes are tight the original insole can be removed.
The insoles cannot lift the arch of your foot permanently, but they significantly relieve pain and discomfort. They are used to prevent deterioration. The only correction that could occur is in children.
Yes, a foot problem can affect other joints as well.
You can find a description of the cleaning methods on the packaging of your insoles.
Frequently Asked Questions - Orthopedic Shoes
Yes, most shoes are designed with more interior space and have the ability to add an individual orthopedic insole.
Wearing this type of shoes is recommended for:
- People who need everyday comfortable shoes;
- People with wide legs, thick toes or overweight;
- People who suffer from swelling and heaviness in the legs;
- People who need orthopedic insoles and shoes in which to put individual insoles
- Hallux Valgus and other deformities
- Pregnant women;
- People who work upright;
- People with diabetes
Follow the foot measurement diagram attached to each shoe. It is recommended that the feet be measured in the evening after they have swollen to their final size. Measure both steps.
Yes, orthopedic shoes are suitable for people with wide feet. To make sure that they fit your feet, adhere to the specified sizes for each model.