Why our insoles are best for helping with lower back pain

Biocorrect, LLC


Lower back pain has an extremely wide array of causes and contributors. People can suffer due to local injuries, age-related progressive conditions, congenital defects and other factors. While not generally a primary cause, an easy-to-overlook cause can be actually mechanical difficulties that originate all the way down in our feet. 

Misalignments in our feet can add to the stress on our entire kinetic chain in the lower body — including the ankles, knees, hips and even the lower back. Due to the interconnected nature of the musculoskeletal system, unaddressed foot problems can contribute to and worsen lower back pain. One solution that has helped many people is using a pair of high-quality custom insoles.  

How the best pair of insoles for lower back pain can help

While orthotic insoles are not a cure for lower back pain, they can improve alignment throughout the lower body and relieve pressure on the lower back for many. However, it’s important to use a pair that is designed for your individual biomechanics. 

At Biocorrect Custom Foot Orthotics Lab, our goal is to create orthotic insoles with the highest-quality materials that are designed to promote natural foot mechanics and improve functioning up and down the kinetic chain.

Many low back pain sufferers can benefit from our fully custom orthotics, which are fitted to the exact profile of the wearer’s feet and addresses problems that can worsen lower back pain, including: 

  • High arches
  • Low arches
  • Overpronation
  • Supination, or underpronation

By improving alignment in the lower body, pressure and stress will be decreased on the lower back with every step.

Get fitted for insoles for lower back pain from the comfort of your own home

Biocorrect offers a new level of convenience for custom foot orthotics with our at-home moldable foam impression kit. Simply order your orthotics and we’ll first send you this kit that includes detailed instructions for completing a health history form, taking an impression of your feet and sending us digital photographs. With this data we’ll handcraft a pair of fully customized orthotic insoles that can address back pain and a host of other biomechanical issues. 

To learn more and order your orthotic insoles, visit our online store today.