Two important benefits of wearing custom insoles for knee pain

Biocorrect, LLC


When it comes to custom insoles in your footwear, you probably associate them with addressing foot pain. While this is what they are frequently used for, custom insoles can do a lot more than address foot pain. They can help address knee pain as well.

Issues in your feet and ankles can cause a chain reaction in your legs that creates issues in your knees as well. Wearing custom insoles helps to address these issues, so you may live with less knee pain. 

There are two major benefits to wearing custom insoles for knee pain:

1. Custom insoles help address alignment issues

One of the primary functions of custom insoles is that they help reduce pain in the feet by addressing mechanical and structural issues in the feet. By addressing mechanical and structural issues in the feet, custom insoles can also help with misalignment issues stemming from the feet into the rest of your legs.

Overpronated or supinated feet strain your ankles, which then strain your knees and even your hips and back. Addressing misalignment in your feet helps keep your knees in their proper alignment as well.

2. Custom insoles help reduce shock

Every step you take exerts a small amount of force into your feet. The force is even greater when running and jumping, especially on hard surfaces like pavement. Absorbing a lot of shock in the feet can create pain and other issues that spread into the knees as well. Wearing custom insoles helps to absorb shock and reduce the chances of developing knee conditions related to shock.

Order your custom insoles for knee pain today from ⁠Biocorrect

Are you dealing with knee pain that is likely connected to issues in your feet? It’s time to address these issues so you can enjoy activities again that involve standing, walking, running and jumping. 

Our biomechanical experts at ⁠Biocorrect Custom Foot Orthotics Lab have more than 25 years of experience in creating high-quality custom orthotic insoles. We have a wide range of options for addressing foot and knee pain, including semi-custom and ready-made insoles. Check out our full product line and order your pair today when you visit our online store.