Customized footbed with biomechanics to prevent and relieve flat feet

What is flat feet?

Some people have feet with no arch at all, which can lead to fatigue and pain from standing and walking for long periods of time. This is because the tendons in the foot do not work to support the arch. The arch of the foot is an important structure of the human foot. With the arch, the foot is flexible. It absorbs the impact of the ground on the foot and locks the midfoot joint, making the foot stiff and better able to propel the body around.
Flat feet is a deformity in which the arch of the foot is low or absent, the foot is turned out, and the arch collapses when standing or walking, causing pain in the foot,
There are two types of flat feet, congenital flat feet and acquired flat feet.

What are the common diseases associated with flat feet?

Many people with flat feet, especially children, are asymptomatic. In some children, flat feet gradually cause changes in overall body posture, and some flat feet may be combined with abnormalities in the bone structure of the foot, such as the vertical talus and tarsal coalition. When walking, flat feet usually cause pain in the back of the foot, which is worse after prolonged standing or walking. In severe cases, this can even lead to extra-articular swelling, especially at the navicular tuberosity, and flat feet can even lead to back pain.

YOUR PATH TO PAIN FREE

Senthmetic biomechanically tailored insoles use the BodyFitAi® artificial intelligence engine and senthmetic's flexible fabric sensors to sense the precise forces on your foot and use ArchQuich to quickly customise them to form an insole that fits your foot perfectly and supports you where you need it.

How orthotic insoles solve this problem?

Using a biomechanically customised supportive insole slowly builds up the arch through external forces, allowing the foot to gradually fire normally. The supportive insole helps to promote a healthy distribution of pressure in the foot without pain. By reacting to the ground, it slowly improves the force lines in the lower limbs and prevents degenerative bone and joint pathologies. Biomechanically customised supportive insoles make you feel more comfortable and effective when standing, walking, running and jumping by changing the angle of your foot when it touches the ground, as well as the weight of the negative point.

Senthmetic Biomechanical Customised Insoles provide strong arch support to improve your flat foot problems.

Senthmetic Biomechanically Customised Insole conforms to the curve of your arch and provides strong support for proper foot pressure. The medial and lateral longitudinal arches are more firmly supported, thus preventing foot injuries caused by arch collapse. Our insoles are heat moldable, which means that support is available wherever you need it, slowly improving your flat feet.

Find your ideal insole here

Senthmetic biomechanically customised insoles use the BodyFit AI artificial intelligence engine and senthmetic flexible fabric sensors to sense the precise forces on your foot and use ArchQuich to quickly customise them to form an insole that fits your foot perfectly and supports you where you need it.

  • Perfect fit

  • Prevents Injury

  • Pain relief

  • Senthmetic ArchQuick 3 Minute Personalized Custom Fit.

  • STEP 1

    Remove the insoles of your shoes if they are removable. Place the orthotics in the shoes and check for fit. Trim the front end of the orthotics to fit the shoes if necessary.

  • STEP 2

    Warm up your insoles in hot water or in any oven (Do Not Microwave). Remove the orthotics after heating time is up.

  • STEP 3

    Place the orthotics in the shoes and put the shoes on. Press your toes against the wall to help lift your toes and hold for 10 seconds to make the insole fit your arch perfectly.

  • STEP 4

    Remove othotics and cool naturally. Your orthotics are now ready for use and can be transferred to other shoes that have a similar shape.

Tip: We have prepared an arch type test paper, you just need to wet your feet and stand on the paper to observe your arch type.

WARNING - Not intended for persons with severe foot deformities or circulatory disorders resulting in infections or foot ulcerations. Consult your podiatrist or medical professional before using. Always consult a medical professional when experiencing persistent pain, discomfort, or swelling.