ViscoPed® S Shock Reducing Insoles - Latex Free
ViscoPed® Shock Reducing Insoles - Latex Free
(Item # VISCOPEDS)
Comes in Pairs
|The Most Comfortable Insole on the Market
ViscoPed "S" has softer comfort areas at the pressure points of the
foot. A must for people who spend a lot of time on their feet; whether
standing, walking or running. Full-length viscoelastic silicone
insoles, incorporating areas under the ball of the foot, aid in the
desired realignment of metatarsal regions.Lower density areas, under
the ball of the foot, aid in the desired realignment of metatarsal
heads while allowing for additional cushioning.Softer silicone in heel
region for shock load reduction has additional cushioning on the medial
side, the area most sensitive to plantar fasciitis pain.
ViscoPed is available with raised metatarsal pad to aid in the
therapeutically desired realignment of metatarsal heads.
- Reduces shock
loads throughout the entire length of the foot and provides peak shock
load reduction to joints and the back thereby relieving strain to the
joints and surrounding soft tissue.
- There is a
slight contouring of the arch for gentle support.
holes allow for air circulation to combat heat build-up
- Comfortable and
- Seven sizes may
be easily trimmed for precise fit
- Always available
in pairs to prevent leg length discrepancies, ViscoPed S may be
converted from one shoe to another
- Easily cleaned
with soap and warm water
not contain latex or absorb odors.
Can be used to treat:
- Metatarsalgia - A general term for
irritation of the metatarsals; aching pain in the metatarsal bones of
the foot result from anatomical changes in their alignment.
- Back and joint pain
- Diabetic foot - Frequently results
from neuropathy, or nerve damage, in the feet which can lead to a
dulling or loss of sensation, making one unable to feel pain, heat or
cold; Viscoped should be worn only in non-ulcerative cases.
- Forefoot and toe deformities
- Hyperkeratosis - Thickening of the
outer layer of skin. It may occur as an inherited disorder, affecting
the soles of the feet.
- Foot pain (plantar pain)
- Fat Pad Atrophy - Also known by
"thinning of the fat pad", this condition is characterized by a
decrease in the size, or wasting away of the layer of body fat that is
normally present to protect the metatarsal phalangeal heads; can also
occur in the heel.
- Plantar pain due to arthritis or
peak shock (Relating to the sole of the foot)