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What is Foot Arch?
What is Flat Feet?
How often should I wear the Foot Balance Supports?
What if I experience pain while wearing the Foot Balance Support?
What types of shoes can I wear the Foot Support with?
Do the Foot Balance Supports move in the shoes?
Can I wear the Foot Support in open-backed shoes or scandals?
How long wll my Foot balance Supports last?
How does this compare to other shoe inserts and arch supports?




What is Foot Arch?

A) If you look at an adult foot from the inside, you'll usually notice an upward curve in the middle. Basically the foot arch is formed by the bones, ligaments, and tendons of the foot and are essential for both movement and weight bearing. The human foot is an incredibly complex mechanism that has two very important functions: 1. Weight bearing. 2. Movement.

In order to perform these functions, the foot requires a high degree of stability as well as flexibility. The multiple bones and joints of the foot give it the necessary flexibility, but in order to fully support any weight, the bones of the foot need to form an arch.

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What is Flat Feet?

A) Flat feet (also called pes planus or fallen arches) is a postural deformity in which the arch of the foot collapses, with the entire sole of the foot coming into complete or near-complete contact with the ground. In some individuals (an estimated 20–30% of the general population) the arch simply never develops in one foot (unilaterally) or both feet (bilaterally)

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How often should I wear the Foot Balance Supports?

A) There are no precise rules for how long or how often you should wear the Balance Supports. Over time, you will learn to listen to your feet and understand what durations are best for you. It is ideal to wear them all the time. The FSI System has been created to offer people the correct support for all activities throughout the day.

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What if I experience pain while wearing the Foot Balance Support?

A) If you experience any pain at all while wearing the Balance Supports, take it out immediately. If pain persists, see a doctor. Any pain or discomfort may mean that you have the wrong size. Call us and we can arrange the right size for you.

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What types of shoes can I wear the Foot Balance support with?

A) Thanks to the very thin design of the Balance Supports, they will fit comfortably into all types of shoes. However we do not recommend using in heels over 5cm (or 2 inches) as this can unbalance the foot.

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Do the Balance supports move in the shoes?

A) The Foot Supports are designed with a roughed piece under the heel to prevent it from moving. If you get the correct size and the foot supports sit correctly behind the ball joint, this will also prevent them moving around. Another way to prevent them slipping and to still have the balance-ability through the FSI Foot Support; is to use them in conjunction with one of our cushions. The Impact Absorbers are designed to work with the FSI Arch Suppports, so if the supports are placed underneath the cushions, no movement will occur. The final solution to prevent supports moving is to only use the FSI special velcro under the heel of the arch support and in the heel area of the shoe. With the FSI velcro in place the arch supports will never move.

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Can I wear the Balance supports in open-backed shoes or sandals?

A) Yes, you can.  Use the small (1" circle or square) FSI Special Velcro pieces at the heel of both shoe and Balance Supports. Attach the "soft" Velcro piece in the shoe heel seat, and the prickly piece to the underside of the Balance Supports heel.

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How long will my Balance supports last?

A) Your Balance Supports are designed to last a lifetime. We have done extensive research and quality testing to make the Balance Support as strong and durable as possible. If you feel that after about 8 months your foot supports have lost some of their vitality and effectiveness for you please come back for a replacement pair. We are happy to exchange these for you at a reduced price to ensure the stability and confidence you expect from the Foot Supports. If you mail your products back you can have a new replacement pair.

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How does this compare to other shoe inserts and arch supports?

A) The Balance Supports raises the bar when it comes to the design, comfort and healthy benefits of wearing shoe inserts and arch supports. Arch Supports (our previous company with over 130 stores across USA and other parts of the world) have been developed, patented, produced and sold around the world for many years now. The Balance Supports has taken the best lines and optimal features from these products and incorporated them into a new design that is far superior to anything else on the market.









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Flat feet or Fallen Arches

Occurs when the arches of the feet flatten out (often when standing or walking), causing foot pain and other problems. Flat feet can be treated with shoe inserts or shoe insoles (orthotics), shoe adjustments, rest/ice, using a walking cane or brace, or physical therapy. Occasionally, surgery is necessary.

Test Yourself for Flat Feet. You can easily test yourself to see if you might have fallen arches or flat feet. Follow these three steps: 1) Get your feet wet 2) Stand on a flat surface where your foot print will show 3) Step away and look at the foot prints. If you see complete imprints of the bottom of your feet on the sutface, then you are likely to have Flat Feet


If you look at an adult foot from the inside, you'll usually notice an upward curve in the middle. This is called an arch. Several tendons in your foot and lower leg work together to form the arches in your foot. When the tendons all pull the proper amount, then your foot forms a moderate, normal arch. When tendons do not pull together properly, there is little or no arch. This is called flat foot or fallen arch.

Many young children have flat feet, a condition referred to as flexible flat feet. When the child stands, the feet look flat. But when the child rises to his or her toes, a slight arch appears. In most cases, as children grow older, the arches develop.


Symptoms of Flat Feet and Fallen Arches: Many flat footed people may experience the following symptoms: 1) Feet tire easily 2) Painful or archy feet especially in the areas of the arches and heels 3) The inside bottom of your feet become swollen 4) Foot movement, such as standing on your toes, is difficult 5) Back and leg pain.

Here are the most common causes of Flat Feet in adults: An abnormality that is present from birth, Stretched or torn tendons, Damage or inflammation of the posterior tibial tendon, Broken or dislocated bones, Some health conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis and Nerve problems.

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