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Blog posts tagged with 'metatarsal pads'

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? This article explores the different types of metatarsal pads and their indications and uses for forefoot pain, metatarsalgia, forefoot capsulitis and forefoot bursitis.

Which Thickness of Reusable Gel Foot Pad is Right For Me?

Reusable gel metatarsal pads and reusable gel dancer's pads come in two thicknesses. Which thickness is right for you? This article discussed the varied thicknesses of these reusable foot pads and their indications.

Metatarsal Pads - Proper placement

Metatarsal pads treat a host of forefoot problems including capsulitis and Morton's neuroma. but placement of these versatile pads can be tricky. This video helps to orient users of metatarsal pads to proper placement of the pad.

Morton's Neuroma | Conservative Care

Morton's neuroma can be treated in a number of different ways. This article explores the conservative methods of care used to treat Morton's neuroma.