Knee pain can develop for a large number of reasons, and there are many effective treatment options. If you’re dealing with serious knee pain that has not improved in a short period of time, it’s essential to see your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. Being proactive about your care can not only help you find relief, but it can also prevent the need for more intensive treatments, up to and including surgery.
For many knee pain sufferers, misalignments in the feet can actually play a role in the development of lower body problems, including knee issues. In these cases, orthotic insoles can be a highly effective part of a larger treatment program.
While orthotics can help people from all walks of life, there are people in certain lines of work and who pursue certain activities who can benefit the most from them.
Knee pain is common for the following types of people
Here are some common types of people who often turn to orthotics for lasting relief:
- Athletes — Athletes, from students to elite athletes, all put intense stress on their joints. This means that with each step, a misalignment in the foot can cause additional problems with the knee.
- People with physical jobs — Any job that involves a lot of walking can be a knee pain contributor due to repetitive foot motion.
- Retirees — Active retirees have to deal with degenerative conditions, such as arthritis. While nonreversible, these conditions can be helped with the additional cushioning and natural foot mechanics that orthotics can provide.
Top-quality orthotics for knee pain from Biocorrect
Biocorrect Custom Foot Orthotics Lab is committed to providing people of all ages and backgrounds with the top-quality orthotics they need for more comfort, support and a natural stride. We use state-of-the-art imaging and manufacturing to craft a fully custom orthotic that is designed to address foot pain, knee pain and other problems.
Learn about our range of custom and ready-made orthotic insoles by visiting our online store today. We’re happy to provide a moldable foam impression kit that lets you be fitted for a custom orthotic without leaving your home.