Bauerfeind ViscoPed insoles are the original full length insole for targeted relief of metatarsal pain (pain under the ball of the foot), tired, aching feet, sore knee joints and back pain. Full-length viscoelastic insoles incorporate areas of softer density in the heel and under the ball of the foot, in the metatarsal region. Raised metatarsal pads aid in desired realignment of metatarsal heads. The arch is mildly contoured for gentle needed support.
Viso Ped Features:
Sold as a pair
Provides shock load reduction throughout the entire length of the insole
Ventilation holes allow for air circulation to prevent heat build-up
Five sizes may be easily trimmed for optimum fit
Comfortable and long lasting
Easy to clean with soap and warm water
Available in pairs to prevent leg length discrepancies
Can be switched from one pair of shoes to another
Viscoelastic medical-grade silicone provides peak shock load reduction to ankle, knee and hip joints For an insole without the raised metatarsal pad see ViscoPed S. Does not contain latex or absorb odors
Commonly helpful with such conditions as:
Metatarsalgia - A general term for irritation of the metatarsals; aching pain in the metatarsal bones of the foot result from anatomical changes in their alignment.
Fat pad atrophy - Also known by thinning of the fat pad, this condition is characterized by a decrease in the size, or wasting away of the layer of body fat that is normally present to protect the metatarsal phalangeal heads; can also occur in the heel.
Foot pain (plantar pain)
Diabetic foot - Frequently results from neuropathy, or nerve damage, in the feet which can lead to a dulling or loss of sensation, making one unable to feel pain, heat or cold; Viscoped should be worn only in non-ulcerative conditions.
Morton's neuroma - An irritation that is caused by compression of a branch of the plantar nerve between the heads of the metatarsal bones and sometimes occurs when the second toe is larger than the big toe.
Back and joint pain
Hyperkerastosis - Thickening of the outer layer of skin. It may occur as an inherited disorder, affecting the soles of the feet.
Splayfoot - A condition in which the feet are abnormally flattened out.
Forefoot and toe deformities
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