Slimflex Simple Plantar Fasciitis Arch Support | Medium Hardness Suits Most | Designed to Remedy Flat feet

Orthotic Insoles with highly versatile 3/4 length medium density (50 shore) EVA device.

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Product Description

Medium Density orthotic insoles (Shore A50) A great all-rounder. Offers an ‘average’ level of support and control which can be increased if required when using wedging.

How They Help: Designed for flat feet, the high arch support bridges the gap between your shoe and the arch of your foot preventing arch stretching, hence Plantar Fasciitis. Orthotic Insoles with ¾ design allows the insole to easily fit into narrower shoes.

Pain Relief: Arch support orthotic insoles are, correct over-pronation and realigning body posture to alleviate plantar fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis and metatarsalgia Contoured for superior support and a comfortable fit.

Different To The Rest: These orthotic insoles were not designed for retail, but for real patients with severe foot problems. Non-covered for max control, so no need to wash or deodorise. Research backed - NHS product. They just work!

Orthotic Insoles For All: Shoe orthotic insoles men and women can enjoy, which offer arch support and align feet to prevent and treat many common injuries, particularly plantar fasciitis. Large feet and kids sizes also available.

Positions Foot - Reduces Strain: Arch Support orthotic insoles to relieve pain and stop harmful overpronation and supination, correcting alignment and support the foot. Used clinically for severe foot problems. Trusted Slimflex brand.


Clinical Features:

  • Designed for quick and effective chairside fitting, the Slimflex Simple is an excellent, cost-effective orthotic.
  • Integrated first metatarsal cut-out to facilitate the Windlas Mechanism.
  • Metatarsal raise and sustentaculum tali support.
  • Flat base for adhering wedging.
  • Deep heel cup for greater control.
  • Fully heat mouldable and grindable.


Indications & When to use:

  • Due to the level of customisation that is achievable with the Slimflex Simple, the treatment options with this device are endless.
  • Slimflex Simple is recommended where speed of orthotic turnaor und is of prime importance and where chairside treatment is the chosen solution to biomechanical pathologies.

Customisation Options:

  • Heat mouldable and grindable, the Slimflex Simple allows for quick modification and patient customisation. The flat base also allows for postings.
  • Simple medial and lateral posts.
  • Heel lift additions.
  • Metatarsal raise/bar additions.
  • Arch and rearfoot reinforcements.
  • Shape modification.

Size Chart:

Size Size UK Size EU
Childs Small 12 - 13.5 30 - 32
Childs Large 1 - 2.5 33 - 35
X-Small 3 - 4.5 36 - 38
Small 5 - 6.5 39 - 40
Medium 7 - 8.5 41 - 42
Large 9 - 10.5 43 - 44
X-Large 11 - 12.5 45 - 48
XX-Large 13 - 14.5 49 - 51

 

Rearfoot Control - why?

By controlling the rearfoot (calcaneal correction), not only the foot is supported from the moment it contacts the ground, but also during the initial stage of gait. Often by realigning the rearfoot, the mid and forefoot require less compensatory motion. (for an STJ axis deviation, the prescriber will choose the amount of rear foot correction, either intrinsically or extrinsically.

 

1st Ray Cutout

A first ray cut-out allows the first ray to plantarflex more effectively.

When the first ray is allowed to plantarflex the windlass mechanism functions normally and compression is reduced in the first MPJ and tension is reduced in the plantar fascia.

Most commonly used with functional hallux limitus and supinators. A 1st metatarsal cut-out drops the first metatarsal down (into plantarflexion) and forces the forefoot into pronation,achieving a better toe-off and conversely a better heel strike.