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Metatarsal pads - a short cut to all you need to know
Metatarsal pads - a short cut to all you need to know

My foot care blog is a deep resource for so many different topics in foot care.  But sometimes I hear from users of themetatarsal pad blog that they have a hard time accessing the information they need. In this blog post I've aggregated all of the information related to metatarsal pads found in the blog. I hope...

Metatarsal pads – to skive or not to skive
Metatarsal pads – to skive or not to skive

Skiving provides a finished edge to the metatarsal pad – but does that matter?Felt metatarsal pad

What is skiving?

Metatarsal pads come in different shapes, sizes and densities.  One question often asked by customers is in regards to the beveled edge of the metatarsal pad.  The beveled or skived edge is a finishing ...

Metatarsal Pads – which one is best for my foot pain?
Metatarsal Pads – which one is best for my foot pain?

Metatarsal pad firmness – do I need soft or firm?

Metatarsal pads come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. But the characteristic that may be most important for your needs is the relative firmness of the metatarsal pad. Just like a mattress, metatarsal pads come in soft, medium-firm, and f...

Metatarsal Transfer Lesions | Causes and treatment options
Metatarsal Transfer Lesions | Causes and treatment options

The forefoot is designed to work as a unit. With each step, the multiple bones of the forefoot are intended to distribute load bearing in an equal distribution. In theory, each metatarsal head should carry an equal amount of load. A metatarsal transfer lesion occurs when one metatarsal head carries more than its fair share of load.

Metatarsal Pads | Which one is right for me?
Metatarsal Pads | Which one is right for me?

Metatarsal pads - which one is right for me? This article explores the different types of metatarsal pads and their indications and uses for forefoot pain, metatarsalgia, forefoot capsulitis and forefoot bursitis.