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Established in 1992, Air Insole is a footwear component manufacturing company. Air Insole quickly gained dominance in the market by obtaining contracts with major footwear companies such as Nike and Asics.
In 2010 Air Insole developed its proprietary brand, Air Insole. With two patents for design and utility, Air Insole is currently being sold in both domestic and international markets. Air Insole would like to thank all of its customers for their loyal support over the past 20 years.
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Air Insole is The Best Running Shoes For Plantar Fasciitis.


Air Insole is the Best Flat Feet Insole. You can pick the right insoles for flat feet.




Air Insole is leading company of innovative value and technology.

In using them, you feel softness like walking on the snow. You feel warmness in your feet by the thick air layer. They are designed to balance the body by patent. They help to relieve foot and knee aches. They are made for the walkers and workers standing long-time. You can experience them before buying them. Most comfortable layed under the insoles of the shoes.

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Air Insole made in likeliness of airbag where air is injected into the insole has recently been developed and is being sold. Air Insole Walking is name of product patented in US and uses air moving system.

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Insoles For Plantar Fasciitis

The air wraps the entire plantar, pushes up the arch to correct balance of body, and effectively eases pain caused by Plantar Fasciitis.

Insoles For Flat Foot

Arch support straightens the ankle that has collapsed inward towards body to its correct position and this eases pain in the ankle and knee joint.

Insoles For Plantar Pain

Air Arch insole absorbs shock that can affect the ankle or knee when foot steps on the ground and it helps ease pain in foot and joint.

Insoles For Foot Pain

Air is inserted as two independent rooms in the Air Insole Walking. Air moves from back of the heel to toes and comfortably wraps the entire plantar.

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Insoles for Foot Pain

What is Plantar Fasciitis? It involves pain and inflammation of a thick band of tissue, called the plantar fascia, that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes.

Plantar Fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes. It supports the arch of your foot and plays an important role in the movement of feet.

Plantar fasciitis is caused by straining the ligament that supports your arch. Repeated strain can cause tiny tears in the ligament. These can lead to pain and swelling. There has been an increase of patients with this disorder due to rise of physical exercise, and disorder is more common in people who are 45 years old, and twice more likely for women. Risk factors include overuse such as from long periods of standing, an increase in exercise, and obesity. It is also associated with inward rolling of the foot and flat foot.

Foot’s arch is low close to the floor. Normal arch has and maintains an inside curved shape. Note in flat foot the arch is low towards the floor.

The ankle is turned inward towards the body. EH Pronation is also called internal rotation whereas the ankle is collapsed inward towards the body and out and from behind view it is noted that the ankle is bent and several toes are turned outward away from the body.

Foot becomes tired easily and there’s pain after extended time of walking or running. With flat foot, muscle tires easily because unlike normal foot, more muscle usage is required every time plantar touches the ground. The ability for arch to absorb shock when walking drops and the stimulus of the connected part of plantar fascia and heel bone causes pain in plantar when walking or exercising for an extended time.

Neglect can lead to Plantar Fasciitis which causes pain in the sole of heel. Repeat of force from excessive stretching of a thick band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes causes inflammation on the part that connects band to heel bone and also pain when walking.

Illness caused by pressure on the nerves between toes for various reasons which in turn causes thickening of nerves. Unlike other Morton’s Neuroma cases, there is no outer physical change and condition cannot be determine by the naked eye and an immediate examination at hospital is necessary.

Symptoms of Morton’s Neuroma Toes
•Feeling of burning and tingling sensation on the front of foot when putting on shoes
•Numbing sensation on toes
•Decrease of sensation on toes
•Continual pain on toes area (especially on third and fourth toes)

Morton’s Neuroma Diagnosis
•Interview and physical examination, ultrasound, MRI scan, etc.
•Questionnaire for accurate case history and adding pressure on area with pain to check for pain and sensation are important part of examination
•Ultrasound, MRI, etc. other imaging examination

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