Overcome Knee Pain
Personal Fit For A Personal Solution
Most people have had some type of knee pain. Knee pain is responsible for about 1/3 of all doctor’s visits for muscle and bone pain. And it’s no surprise because directional movements made during activity can strain the knee. Symptoms can develop from every day wear and tear.
Common Causes & Symptoms
One of the most common forms of knee pain is pronation and supination, which cause the knee to rotate out of alignment. Symptoms may include:
Pain behind or around the kneecap
Pain when the knee is bent
Pain when walking, squatting, kneeling, running or just sitting
Pain that worsens when walking downstairs or downhill
Popping or grinding sensations in the knee
Restriction of mobility
While some knee pain may be a result of severe injury and should be seen by a doctor for evaluation, many people find that assistance in skeletal alignment is all it takes to relieve the strain of knee pain. Proper alignment of the skeletal kinetic structure is key to correcting common knee pain. The best way to align and support this problem is accomplished by a good orthotic. A properly fit orthotic from Surethotics can help to keep feet in a neutral position which will help eliminate the harmful rotations that cause stress on the knee joint.
Our Full Length orthotics provide support and protection for your foot. They are especially effective in shoes where maximum shock absorption and durability are required. We recommend these for high-impact activities such as walking, running, hiking, golf and for those who work long hours on their feet. The padding and cushion extend from the heel all the way to the toes. They absorb impact and stabilize the feet. Because of the custom fit and size, you’ll want these to remain in the shoes or boots you use the most.
Our Metatarsal or half-length orthotics provide the same support and protection as the Full Length orthotics. They are shorter and have a thinner profile which makes it easy to slip in and out of different pairs of shoes. Our Metatarsal orthotics are a great choice for use in more low-volume shoes such as dress, stylish or every day shoes.