Foot support

Under Splay feet is understood the deviation of the bones of the middle foot. The traverse arch is depressed so that a callus clearly appears below the metatarsophalangeal joint of the second and third toe.

The reason for splay feet is not lack of movement but is usually the result of wearing high heels. Furthermore, there is also a hereditary predisposition due to eg a disposition towards weak tissue and weak ligaments.

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The reason for splay feet is not lack of movement but is usually the result of wearing high heels. Furthermore, there is also a hereditary predisposition due to eg a disposition towards weak tissue and weak ligaments.

Normally splay feet cause few problems. It may, however, be the cause of hallux valgus. Hallux valgus and hammer toes are not only a cosmetic problem but can also be very painful.
Also in the case of splayfoot the advice is: walk as often as possible barefooted. Furthermore, the traverse arch should be supported by a pad. This could be part of an insert or foot support.

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Hallux valgus night splint

Hallux valgus night splint
11,95 EUR
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Synthetic support to correct bunion and deviating big toe. Intended to be worn particularly at night. Number: 1 (right or left). Size: 1 (34-36), 2 (37-40), 3 (41-46).


Splayfoot support from Rathgeber

Splayfoot support from Rathgeber
15,98 EUR
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Elastic support with splayfoot pad to support the foot’s transverse arch. As a result of the compressive effect of the elastic strap the affected bones in the metatarsal area are relieved. Number: 1 pair. Design: uni. Size: 17-26 (corresponds to the foot’s circumference in cm closely to the metatarso-phalangeal joint of the big and little toes.


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