Special insoles for a heel spur
Differ from ordinary insoles with a special anatomical hole in the area of the heel spur.

Heel spur (plantar fasciitis) is a disease associated with inflammation of the tendons, ligaments and muscles in the heel area, resulting formation of bone in the heel area that damages the soft tissues, causing pain and discomfort.

Individual insoles unload the static and dynamic load from the plantar surface of the calcaneus.

The unloading ring under the heel spur is made of special materials that absorb pressure on the soft tissues.

Such insoles effectively relieve pain, and contribute to the correct positioning of the heel when the foot is in valgus or varus position.