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What are the best insoles for sesamoiditis?

Asked 2 years ago

Can anybody recommend a good insole for sesamoiditis with medium arch support? Thanks!

Upstep Staff

Upstep Staff

Friday, November 12, 2021

With sesamoiditis, you require more cushioning and support than over-the-counter insoles provide. This is why I recommend custom orthotics for this condition, which can often be debilitating.

If you're looking for a custom orthotics provider, Upstep offers a range made from high-quality layers of gel and foam to give you the shock absorption and cushioning you require. As they use a mold of your foot in their design, Upstep's insoles conform closely against the arch of your foot and redistribute weight away from the sesamoid bones.

In addition, Upstep has custom insoles for various types of sports. So if your condition is caused or aggravated by a certain physical activity, our orthotics will give you the best support and comfort you need.

Riley Peck

Monday, November 15, 2021

Don't buy over-the-counter insoles as they are not designed for sesamoid injuries. I recommend getting custom orthotics that can address your specific needs. The best insoles for sesamoiditis treatment have arch support, plus padding in the forefoot area and around the big toe joint.

Abel Austin

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

The ideal type of insole for Sesamoiditis is a metatarsal pad or a ball of the footpad, which can be purchased separately or fitted into an insole. When it comes to Sesamoiditis, gel materials for the insole, as well as a top anti-microbial layer, are your greatest options because you want the best cushioning and shock absorbency for the balls of your feet.

Rylan Hodge

Monday, June 06, 2022

Upstep insoles are perfect for treating the symptoms of sesamoiditis. They are made from shock-absorbing materials like gel and foam, which provide cushioning and support to the sesamoid bones and foot when walking. The reduced load on the injured sesamoids relieves pain symptoms and speeds healing.

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