- Shock Guard Technology to protect ball of foot from impact.
- Provides immediate and all-day relief.
- Treats pain at the source.
- Designed for casual shoes, sneakers, work boots/shoes.
Ball of foot pain can result from constant and excessive pressure to the area.
Dr. Scholl’s Pain Relief Orthotics for Ball of Foot Pain with Shock Guard Technology sits behind the ball of foot, allowing it to lift and separate the long bones of the arch, transferring pressure away from the ball of foot area.
Step 1: Place on top of current insole. No trimming required.
Replace insoles every six (6) months or at the first signs of wear.
The ball of the foot is the portion of the foot between your arch and toes, where bones called your metatarsals are located. As you walk, your weight is transferred from your heel to the ball of your foot, and if the weight is unevenly transferred to the metatarsals and over the ball of your foot, pain and swelling of the area can occur. You may have it if you experience pain in the ball of foot area. Frequently, painful calluses may also occur in the skin of that area.*
*Not a medical diagnosis. For information purposes only. If you have diabetes, poor blood circulation, or fragile skin, or symptoms are severe or persist, consult your podiatrist or physician before using this product.
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