It is often said that the average person walks more than 115,000 miles in a lifetime and this takes a toll on the legs, in terms of wear and tear resulting to injuries and other illnesses and deformities associated with overuse. Protecting the legs from daily shock is therefore paramount especially for people who undertake intense activities in their daily lives such as athletes, joggers, sportspeople and hikers. Orthopedic surgeons place a high emphasis on care of the feet by using ergonomic footwear especially because the human posture even when standing and walking affects the frame and the backbone that supports it. Because of the different requirements specified by different activities, it is advisable, and more economically sensible, to use adjustable shoe inserts that can be adjusted to take care of the different needs from jogging to running.
Shoe inserts are insoles which are often removable and used for a … Read More