Alpha Orthotics Splayfoot Insole launched in the U.S.

Many women experience foot pain caused by common foot deformities such as splayfoot, hammertoe, and claw foot, especially when wearing shoes. These foot disorders can make everyday activities such as working, doing errands and even going to the grocery store a painful and uncomfortable experience. An ideal pain-relief solution for busy women on-the-go would be supportive, yet fashionable and be adjustable to fit any foot shape and shoe style -- whether casual or dress.

Alpha Orthotics Corporation (www.alphaorthotics.com) announced today the launch of its Splayfoot Insole in the United States. The Splayfoot Insole provides pain relief for splayfoot, hammertoe, claw foot, calluses and metatarsalgia. The Alpha Orthotics Splayfoot Insole is more versatile than other insoles on the market since the metatarsal pad that comes with the insole can be easily adjusted to the position of the mid-foot in a shoe. The insole is easily transferable from one shoe to another since it lies on top of the existing shoe liner and does not need to be glued into place. The Splayfoot Insole launched into Europe in early 2009 and is available online through the Alpha Orthotics website (www.alphaorthotics.com) at a suggested retail price of $29.95. Alpha Orthotics launched Bunion Aid, a flexible hinged splint that relieves bunion pain into the United States in 2008.

"Splayfoot and other dysfunctions where a foot arch is weakened are very painful," stated Gaby Federal, President of Alpha Orthotics Corp. "Our Splayfoot Insole is unique because it is so versatile. It was designed to fit into any type of shoe. Our goal was to create an excellent quality, yet inexpensive pain relief solution for active women who are frequently changing shoes from casual to dress."

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  1. Vancouver Orthotics Vancouver Orthotics Canada says:

    Thanks for sharing this information! The more useful and knowledgeable information about custom orthotics online the better. Keep up the good work!

    Dr. Michael Horowitz,


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