Metatarsal Pad - Felt

Felt Metatarsal Pads have long been used by podiatrists and shoe repair shops to comfort forefoot pain. These adhesive-backed pads ease metatarsal pain and ball-of-foot pain. By Myfootshop.com. One size. 8/pkg.
SKU: 729
Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
$8.95

Felt Metatarsal pads are one of the most popular pads used by podiatirsts and pedorthists. Adhesive-backed Felt Metatarsal Pads   ease metatarsal pain and ball-of-foot pain by reducing pressure on the forefoot, relieving symptoms of metatarsalgia, forefoot calluses, Morton's neuroma and sesamoiditis. The quarter-inch-thick pads fit inside shoes, or apply the pads directly to the foot to support, comfort and protect metatarsal heads and shafts.

Measurements: 2 1/2" from tip to base, 2" wide and 1/4" thick. Great for dress shoes when arch supports can't be worn. Effective in all shoes.

Felt Metatarsal Pads are part of a family of metatarsal pads that we carry at Myfootshop.com. If you have any questions regarding which met pad may be best for your needs, be sure to contact usfor advice prior to purchasing.

Indications - Foam Metatarsal Pads are used in the treatment of forefoot pain, forefoot capsulitis, callus, Morton's neuroma, metatarsalgia, forefoot bursitis and forefoot fractures.

Felt Metatarsal pads are one of the most popular pads used by podiatirsts and pedorthists. Adhesive-backed Felt Metatarsal Pads   ease metatarsal pain and ball-of-foot pain by reducing pressure on the forefoot, relieving symptoms of metatarsalgia, forefoot calluses, Morton's neuroma and sesamoiditis. The quarter-inch-thick pads fit inside shoes, or apply the pads directly to the foot to support, comfort and protect metatarsal heads and shafts.

Measurements: 2 1/2" from tip to base, 2" wide and 1/4" thick. Great for dress shoes when arch supports can't be worn. Effective in all shoes.

Felt Metatarsal Pads are part of a family of metatarsal pads that we carry at Myfootshop.com. If you have any questions regarding which met pad may be best for your needs, be sure to contact usfor advice prior to purchasing.

Indications - Foam Metatarsal Pads are used in the treatment of forefoot pain, forefoot capsulitis, callus, Morton's neuroma, metatarsalgia, forefoot bursitis and forefoot fractures.

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