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How can I fix the problem of the insoles only helping the good foot, yet the bad foot hurts without them?

Asked 3 years ago

What can I do if I use insoles and it helps one foot (the good foot, which is now also starting to hurt) but makes the bad foot very sore? And if I don’t wear them it hurts my good foot but makes my bad foot feel slightly better. I suppose the solution would be to wear an insole for the good foot and not the bad, but that doesn’t sound a good idea because my feet wouldn’t be balanced? I hate this condition! Not being about to walk without pain, even for a short time, is frightening

Petal Mashraki

Wednesday, July 07, 2021

If you have custom orthotics, they are made for the specific issues of each foot. Left and right are not necessarily identical. It is not a good idea to wear an insert only in one shoe. Depending on how long you've had your orthotics, it could just be that you need more time to break them in.

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