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Is There A Link Between Insoles And Back Pain?

Is There A Link Between Insoles And Back Pain?

by MASS4D® Insoles July 22, 2018

It is common for people to mistakenly believe that insoles lead to increased pain in the lower back. On the contrary, insoles help to relieve any stress caused by foot posture problems on the back. When your feet move properly, you can expect to feel an improvement in your condition as well.

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Knee Pain

What is Knee Pain?

by MASS4D® Insoles February 25, 2018

Your knees play an important role in helping you perform all kinds of movements such as walking, jumping, running or kicking. As the largest joint in the body, the knee forms a vital connection between your upper and lower leg.

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Low Back Pain

What is Back Pain?

by MASS4D® Insoles February 11, 2018

While the pain is felt differently by everybody, back pain often ranges from mild-to-severe or sharp-to-dull. It is always advisable to get any pain or discomfort that lasts for more than three days checked by a specialist for diagnosis.

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Pregnancy Feet

What is the Effect of Pregnancy on the Feet?

by MASS4D® Insoles February 04, 2018

A lot of changes take place in your body when you become pregnant; these changes affect you physically, mentally and emotionally in the form of weight gains, hormonal imbalances and sleepless nights.

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Short Leg

What is a Short Leg?

by MASS4D® Insoles December 24, 2017

When you have a leg that is shorter than the other, it is usually an indication of a structural or functional problem. This means, you may either have a leg that is actually shorter in length (structural), or the length of both legs only appears different because of problems elsewhere in the body (functional).

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Skiing Injuries of Lower Body

Skiing Injuries of the Lower Body

by MASS4D® Insoles December 24, 2017

Like any other fast-paced sport, skiing carries a risk of injury which should be considered while preparing for ski season. Develop your own protective measures to remain injury-free on the slopes by learning about the risk factors responsible for some common lower body injuries in skiing.

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Runner's Knee

What Causes Runner’s Knee?

by MASS4D® Insoles December 10, 2017

Runner’s knee, also known as patellofemoral pain syndrome, is a painful knee condition that commonly affects runners. This pain is felt mostly at the kneecap and is often described as being either sudden and sharp or dull and chronic.

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How Osteoporosis Affects Your Bones

How Osteoporosis Affects Your Bones

by MASS4D® Insoles December 03, 2017

Osteoporosis is a common bone condition that increases the risk of fractures especially in the wrists, hips and spine due to a gradual loss in overall bone density and strength. 


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Back pain and calf tightness

How Back Pain and Calf Tightness are Linked

by MASS4D® Insoles October 29, 2017

Calf tightness and low back pain are both associated with flat feet. When calf muscles tighten, there is difficulty in straightening the knee while walking. This restricts movement in the lower body and gradually increase the risk for low back pain.

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Compartment Syndrome

Causes and Symptoms of Compartment Syndrome

by MASS4D® Insoles October 15, 2017

Compartment syndrome is a condition that develops due to swelling and/or irritation within a compartment of muscles. Common symptoms of compartment syndrome in the lower leg include numbness, swelling and difficulty in moving the foot.

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Malalignment Syndrome

Causes and Symptoms of Malalignment Syndrome

by MASS4D® Insoles October 08, 2017

A host of posture problems are collectively termed as malalignment syndrome by health care professionals. Correcting the postural imbalance can help improve visual appearance and full-body movement.

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Lower Body Injuries Mountain Biking

Lower Body Injuries in Mountain Biking

by MASS4D® Insoles September 28, 2017

Mountain biking is a high-impact form of cycling. The amount of stress on the lower body is subject to the type of terrain and other factors. Lack of understanding of terrain, improper gear and poor pedalling form can expose mountain bikers to lower body injuries.

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