YOUR PATH TO PAIN-FREE
SOLE’s award-winning custom moldable footbeds and footwear form to the shape of your feet for support exactly where you need it and are designed to improve alignment and provide the mechanics you need to reduce foot-related pain and prevent further injury.
The orthopedic shape and customization of SOLE provides the neutral alignment and industry-leading shock absorption you need to reduce back pain, prevent injury and put your best foot forward.
Whatever your lifestyle, think about what’s in your shoes and how a little customization could take you a long way to greater comfort, injury prevention and much-needed relief from feet pain.
Plantar fasciitis presents as a pain on the bottom of the heel or mid-foot area and develops gradually over time. May also present pain in the arch of the foot. Can be caused by a biomechanical issue, improper running shoes, use of high heels, increasing activity levels or from tight or weak calf muscles.LEARN MORE
Excessive pronation of the foot leading to degenerative wear and tear and chronic discomfort in the knees. May present as pain in the hips, spine. heel, arch or back pain, corn/calluses and hammer toes.LEARN MORE
Excessive supination of the foot leading to ankle injuries, stress on the knee, hip and/or back pain and plantar fasciitis. May present as pain underneath the foot, pain in the ankles and clawed toes/hammertoes.LEARN MORE
Flat feet or fallen arches can be caused by genetics, torn or stretched tendons, damage to the posterior tibial tendon, bone fractures, nerve damage, rheumatoid arthritis and other medical conditions. May present as swollen feet or pain in the arches and heels. Results in back and leg pain and restricted foot movement causing feet to tire easily.LEARN MORE
Foot discomfort and structural problems such as the hammertoes and bunions caused by the inflammation of RA and lupus also can spread beyond the feet, leading to shin pain, knee pain and lower back pain. May present as tenderness or pain, reduced ability to move, walk, or bear weight, stiffness in the joint and swelling in the joint.LEARN MORE
Your feet are responsible for shock absorption, weight distribution and alignment for your whole body. If anything is off, back issues may present. Muscles in the spine can spasm, become inflamed and fatigued trying to absorb the shock. Over time the repetitive strain on your body from poor alignment causes not only back pain but a host of other orthopedic ailments such as shin splints, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, Iliotibial band syndrome and other issues.LEARN MORE