Standard orthopaedic insoles are produced using foam or computer impressions. This method takes an impression of the foot with weight on it which reproduces the foot’s misalignment. As a result, you get an impression of the misalignment but not a mould to correct it.
We take your feet in our hands
In contrast to the insoles produced under weight bearing we take the foot with no weight on it as the measurement. The trained Jurtin orthotic technician takes the foot in their hands and returns the heel to its correct, original position. The insole is then fitted directly to the corrected foot using vacuum technology. The heel is straightened and corrected. It cannot tilt inwards or outwards and therefore provides the whole body with an upright and stable posture. Afterwards, the insoles are made in the workshop and you can go home with the finished insoles already in your shoes after your appointment.
Instant well-being at every step of the way.
The aim is to allow feet to roll normally and actively again as you walk and to stabilise the body’s posture and activate the muscles. As even the most minimal misalignment of the heel has an effect on the body’s whole posture under weight bearing. There are various positive effects, for example, they can prevent ganglions and ease knee, hip or back pain. Less strain is placed on joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Physiological pelvic misalignment can also be statically balanced. Jurtin medical® Systemeinlagen give support where the problem starts, namely at the heel.
Jurtin insoles can particularly provide relief for flat valgus foot, heel spur, ganglion (hallux valgus) and metatarsalgia.
Jurtin medical® system insoles, at last, insoles that work!