Arthritis

Foot Shox Insoles Relieve Arthritis-Related Foot Pain, Knee Pain and Back Pain

Translated from Greek, the word arthritis literally means “fire in the joints.” The ailment that afflicts more than 40 million Americans can cause excruciating foot pain, knee pain and back pain. Arthritis is not a single ailment; it’s actually more than 100 diseases that cause pain in nearly every part of the body.

Four forms of arthritis are the most prevalent causes of arthritic foot pain, knee pain and back pain: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, spinal arthritis and traumatic arthritis.

Osteoarthritis: If osteoarthritis is the culprit, the cartilage that cushions your joints gradually softens and wears away. Your bones then rub against one another, triggering arthritis-related pain. Osteoarthritis tends to damage your larger, weight-bearing joints, causing foot pain, knee pain and back pain. Osteoarthritis is the leading cause of disability in middle-aged and older people.

Rheumatoid arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory disease triggered by your immune system malfunctioning and turning on your body. Rheumatoid arthritis destroys joint cartilage and lining, which causes foot pain, knee pain and back pain. Rheumatoid arthritis is the most crippling form of the disease affecting people of all ages.

Spinal Arthritis (Ankylosing Spondylitis): Spinal arthritis afflicts some 300,000 Americans, mostly men. Spinal arthritis causes severe back pain that often moves up to the neck, which can make turning the head, bending or stooping very difficult.

Traumatic arthritis: Traumatic arthritis develops after injuries, such as broken bones, torn ligaments and sprains in your feet, knees and back. Traumatic arthritis damages the cartilage over time and causes foot pain, knee pain and back pain.

Doctors recommend a variety of arthritis treatments, including physical therapy, low-impact exercises, anti-inflammatory medications and surgery for the worst conditions. However, shock-absorbing insoles are often an overlooked remedy.

The pounding impact associated with walking and standing on hard surfaces aggravates and worsens arthritis-related foot pain, knee pain and back pain. Foot Shox insoles relieve arthritis foot pain, knee pain and back pain better than any other insole product on the market. That’s because Foot Shox insoles are made entirely of LIQUID FILLED, the #1 shock-absorbing insole material in the world. An independent lab rated LIQUID FILLED #1 for absorbing painful impact forces — superior to latex foam, gel, sponge rubber, neoprene, vinyl sponge or viscoelastic.

Orthopedic Research Labs recruited patients involved in an exercise research program at the Arthritis Research Institute to test Foot Shox insoles. All the patients suffered from foot pain, knee pain and back pain caused by arthritis. After wearing Foot Shox insoles for a month, 95% of the patients in the test said their foot pain and joint pain was eliminated or reduced.

Dr. Aaron Sivan, Ph.D. in exercise physiology, supervised the Foot Shox insoles test. “We introduced the Foot Shox insoles, and we let people exercise with them for four weeks. They had less discomfort and less stress on the knees and feet to a significant degree, “ Dr. Sivan reported.

The more shock absorption in your insoles, the less arthritis foot pain, knee pain and back pain.