Podiatric cream forefoot with essential oil of lavender
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Extremely acute pain, felt while standing or while walking, generally located at the second and/or third intermetatarsal space (at the base of the toes). These pains are generated by the compression of the sensitive nerve which innervates the toes.
Its origin is mechanical and it gets worse by wearing shoes too narrow and heels too high.
One solution and among the most efficient to erase the pain is to give enough space to the intermetatarsal space.
The simple solution to eliminate theses pains, efficient, immediate, without side effects and non invasive is to spread enough the intermetatarsal space. It is the role of Support Retro Median Capital of the insoles METASTAR. Due to its special shape it is slipped under the metatarsal heads and lifts them in an arc of circle which gives enough space between the inter-metatarsal joints.
In order to be relieved you must wear the METASTAR insoles specific for this type of pains.
The pains are generated by the hyper pressure at the base of the joints for the second, third or/and fourth toe.
This flexing zone of the foot is highly stressed while walking or running and often complained about.
The causes may be due to:
A decrease in the thickness of the footpad with age;
Fat pad under the foot helping to shock absorption
when too much pressure;
Excessive pressure zone due to the weight of the body
On one or several claw toes or hammer toes;
On a callus;
Thickening and hardening of the skin
due to heels too high.
This type of pain is easily relieved by wearing the METASTAR insoles thanks to their Support Retro Median Capital.
In order to enhance the beneficial effect of the insoles we recommend you as well to wear flat shoes or with heels not higher than 2 cm with wide forefoot.
You will quickly find that the pain will fade and disappear completely in a few days.
It is an excessive production of skin which causes the thickness of the dermis as a reaction to a pressure or a repeated friction.
It is a reaction of the body to a constraint.
This result can be beneficial and protective when spread on the entire surface of the foot sole, while walking barefoot for instance.
However when concentrated and located on one point, the callus is uncomfortable and painful like a pebble in a shoe.
It looks like a yellowish disc on the surface of the skin and its size varies depending on the pressure zone.
Its center is the thickest.
If suffering from diabetes ask a pedicure specialist to monitor the callus.
In order to relieve the pain caused by a callus on the second, third and or fourth metatarsal heads (just behind the joints of the toes) you must wear the insoles METASTAR which will insolate the callus from all pressure and reorganize the press and hold on the ground.
The footpad is a fatty tissue in the deeper part of the skin on the soles of the feet.
Its thickness varies from 1 cm under the forefoot to 2 cm under the heel.
This is the thicker layer of skin in the body.
It protects the bone structure of the foot in contact with the ground like a mattress.
It serves to cushion and absorb shocks.
Any reduction or alteration of footpad affects the comfort while walking and while standing upright.
When the reduction of the thickness is too strong, the pains appear in localized areas of the forefoot.
It will then become difficult to walk normally.
The main causes for the atrophy of the footpad are:
-Ageing which leads to a natural and irreversible decrease.
-Intensive practice of some sports which demand excessively and repeatedly the forefoot.
-Wearing, on regular basis and for several years, shoes with heels too high.
The insoles CAPITONER with their Support Retro Median Capital (SRMC) are efficient to relieve the pains under the second, the third and the fourth metatarsal heads (just behind the toes joint).
Due to the particular profile of the SRMC the pressure is reduced and these sensitive areas are relieved. The SRMC slips under the metatarsal heads in order to uplift them and isolate them from the ground.
This hyper pressure may be the result of:
-a reduction of the footpad (fat pad under the foot which helps to cushion)
-a distortion of the bone structure
-changes in the press and hold on the ground
-or wearing shoes with heels too high
The skin reacts by thickening at the hyper pressure level. It can be seen on a footprint made by a podograph.
With time, if nothing is done, this area may become painful. It could even become a callus.
If suffering from diabetes ask a pedicure specialist to monitor any hyper pressure.
In order to relieve one or several hyper pressures located on the second, the third and or fourth metatarsal heads, you should wear the insoles METASTAR. They will reorganize the press and hold points on the ground and relieve that area of any pressure.
It is a common disease affecting essentially women.
Wearing shoes with heels too high and a forefoot too tight has a big responsibility in this biomechanical disorder of the foot.
It is a distortion of the toe in claw shape due to a muscle-tendon retraction.
It concerns mostly the second, the third and fourth toe.
This retraction of the toes causes painful conflicts inside the shoe on the prominent areas over the inter phalangeal joints and sometimes also on the extremities of the toes. These areas of friction will help privilege the appearance of callus and the pains that accompany them. (If suffering from diabetes ask a pedicure specialist to monitor the callus or calluses).
In order to stop the evolution of the claw toe and avoid the deformations of the joints, you should react upon first visible signs of deformation or upon first appearance of pains.
Support Retro Median Capital (SRMC) of the insoles METASTAR will press on the tendons to relax and help the extension of the toes. Once the points of friction are eliminated the pain will disappear.
Priority should be given to shoes made of soft leather which offer wideness and volume to the forefoot as well as heels of about 2 cm high.