Good Feet Store - Check First With a Qualified Medical Professional First
TIGARD, OREGON -- I purchased a pair of inserts several months ago. I developed pain in one leg and returned the inserts for a less rigid pair. They seemed to help at first, but eventually the pain became serious enough to affect my mobility. I removed the inserts and substituted inexpensive ones from the drug store. The pain was greatly reduced. I cannot say for sure if the inserts caused or aggravated the pain (I have osteoarthritis), or if it was caused by something else. However, considering the cost of the inserts and the fact that they are non-returnable, I would recommend checking with a podiatrist or other health care professional before investing in them.