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YOUR FEET COULD BE THE SOURCE OF YOUR PAIN
Lower body pain can slow down your everyday activities. You've probably already tried a lot of ways to fight the pain, but have you ever thought that your feet could be its source? Uneven pressure distribution or misaligned foot positioning can have negative effects that result in pain in your heel or below your arch. Scholl In-Balance Pain Relief Insoles with their unique Motional Control StructureTM provide pressure relief where you need it most.
Feet feel shocks with every step. Unique Scholl gel immediately helps absorb shocks that can radiate up through your lower body.
Your feet carry up to 500 tonnes of pressure throughout the day! When that weight isn't spread evenly, it can lead to painful high-pressure areas. In-Balance Orthotic Insoles contour to your feet and spread weight more evenly, for clinically tested pressure relief.
Misalignment of your foot position can lead to unnatural walking motions. This causes stress to your feet, which can move up your body and result in knee, hip, or lower back pain. In-Balance Orthotic Insoles help to stabilise the position of your feet to support your natural walking style.
Product Claims: Clinically tested. Pressure Reduction.
Size: 1 Pack.
KEY FEATURES• Pressure redistribution and shock absorption
Q. Where can I buy Scholl In Balance Lower Back Orthotic Insole Large? A. Scholl In Balance Lower Back Orthotic Insole Large can be bought online on the Live Healthy Online Store.
Q. What's the origin of this item? A. Scholl In Balance Lower Back Orthotic Insole Large is imported out of Australia and manufactured by Scholl.
Q. What's the expiry date for Scholl In Balance Lower Back Orthotic Insole Large? A. At the very least, each product has a use by/expiration date between 12-18 months from the date of purchase. We never sell expired products. The length of time for the expiration date or "best used before" date depends on the type of product, as well as the brand. Some perishable items (such as certain probiotics) generally have shorter expiration dates.