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Just like it is important to build a house on a Vertigo And Dizziness Program Review properly balanced foundation, your own foundation - your feet - must be in their most ideal position. If you have foot, back, leg or neck pain, you too could join the many people who have found relief. Whether you call them shoe insoles, or arch supports, be sure to have some personally fitted to your feet. Okay, so the battle between custom fit arch supports vs. over the counter arch supports may not attract any Vegas odds, but if you're suffering from foot pain, it's a fight you'll want ringside tickets to.

Too often, our foot upkeep is overlooked, and if you have some kind of foot malady, such as flat feet, plantar fasciitis, hammertoes or bunions, you need extra help to put your feet back into their most "ideal" position. Arch supports can offer almost instant relief from a variety of foot problems, but not all are created equal. Hence, the battle of the bunion busters - custom fit vs. over the counter. Round 1- What Are Arch Supports? Arch supports are pre-fabricated devices which are inserted into your shoes to help align your feet and support the four arches in your foot. They are designed to align the foot structure and create more balance and support.

Round 2- Over the Counter Over the counter shoe inserts are bought over the Internet, from the grocery or drug store, or anywhere you simply order them or pull them off a rack without having them personally fit to your feet. They very often come in extremely limited sizes or style options, if not "one size fits all." In some cases they are really nothing more than cushions, pretending to look like arch supports. Round 3- Custom Fit Custom fit means that they are personally fit to your feet. As you can imagine, no two feet are the same. In fact, even two feet that may be the same shoe size could be dramatically different in arch size. Of course, the only way to get the perfect fitting arch support would be to have a trained fitter actually fit them to your feet.

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