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The Diafoot Orthotics Products

It is estimated that 20% of the population suffer from a condition called over-pronation due to flat feet>or fallen arches. This condition presents itself in varying degrees of severity, with some people over-pronating more than others.

The fact that so many of us suffer from over-pronation due to fallen arches can be contributed to the hard, flat surfaces we walk on daily. Other factors that play a role include age, weak ankles, and excess body weight . As a result, over-pronation is much more prevalent in people in their fifties and older, and also in overweight persons.

The Diafoot footwear orthotics correct the problem of over-pronation, and can help reduce or eliminate many common aches and pains. Orthotics are an effective and inexpensive solution to the over-pronation problem. Buying a The diafoot footwear of orthotics can be a worthwhile investment in your health, since they can prevent many serious lower body problems.

How Are The Diafoot Different From Regular Footwear


There’s a significant difference between regular insoles and orthotics. Regular insoles are purely designed to provide a cushioning effect and shock absorption. They may feel comfortable at first, however they do not address any biomechanical problems, i.e. they are not designed to correct over-pronation. On the other hand, orthotics are a functional device, designed to correct and optimize our foot function. Some insoles also feature an arch support, however they tend to be mostly made of soft materials. As a result, the support they provide is often too weak to have any effect

How do orthotics exactly work? First of all, orthotics do a lot more than support the arches. Orthotics realign the feet and ankles, and restore deficient foot function. In addition, orthotics enable a more even weight distribution, taking pressure off sore spots (e.g. the heels, the ball of the foot, corns in between toes, and bunions). They also provide some degree of shock absorption, but this is not their main purpose. The main purpose of an orthotic insole is to improve foot function, in many cases reducing pain and preventing serious problems.

The diafoot footwear help to correct many other lower body ailments, such as:
  • Heel Pain, Heel Spurs (Plantar Fasciitis)
  • Ball of Foot Pain
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Knee Pain
  • Lower Back Pain-and injuries in the future.

The Diafoot Diabetic and orthotic insoles were developed by foot specialists to provide longitudinal and metatarsal support, and to correct posture and body biomechanics. The Diafoot orthotics greatly reduce over-pronation, preventing foot strain and injury while providing much improved walking comfort.

The Diafoot unique design and material composition provides the ideal combination of support and cushioning, resulting in ultimate walking comfort and effective relief of common lower body aches and pains.

Heel Pad

The main use of the heel pad is to increase heel cushion and defect pressure.

heel faciititus, calcaneul stress fracture, heel spur syndrome, heel callus
Neuroma Pad

This pad is designed to deflect any pressure away from the inter digital space (I.D. space), by separating the metatarsal bones.

neuroma pain
Metatarsal Pad

It is used to deflect pressure from the metatarsal heads by redistributing weight and increasing the surface area under the arch.

claw toes, hammer toes, retracted toes, Morton's neuroma, sesamoiditis, plantar callus, transverse metatarsal arch collapse Alleviating the level of the ground to the first metatarsal to create a better rocker bottom effect and reducing the range of motion.
Morton's Extension

Alleviating the level of the ground to the first metatarsal to create a better rocker bottom effect and reducing the range of motion.


This pad is designed to deflect any pressure away from the inter digital space (I.D. space), by separating the metatarsal bones.

Metatarsal Bar

Used to deflect pressure from the metarsal heads by evenly distributing weight and increasing the surface area under the arch, also used for pretatarsal arch collapse.

The Metatarsal Bar, or Met Bar, can relieve your foot pain instantly!

Its unique design cushions and supports the entire metatarsal area, i.e. the width across the ball joint, to make walking easier and pleasurable once again.

Ideal for treating metatarsalgia - a common foot disorder that causes pain in the metatarsal area. Often the pain is due to excessive pressure over a long period of time and isn't helped by ill-fitting footwear.

The Met Bar also helps treat "Burning feet" - a common complaint that often has no physical signs (although there may be some redness and swelling present). Diabetics are often affected with burning feet due to neuropathy (impaired nerves) and could benefit greatly from using the Met Bar.

Ideal for trainers and all roomy shoes


  • Prefabricated Poron Pad (sm, med, lg size - based on foot size)

  • Location

  • Centred on 2-4 metatarsals extending 3-4mm beyond distal edge of device


  • Metatarsalgia
  • Forefoot callusing

Ease Pain of Heel Spurs
standard spl rubber, can be
made in other material and thickness
U-Shaped Heel Cushions
Protect Heels and Make Shoes Fit Better
U-Shaped Heel Cushions help relieve painful heel spurs and inflammation by taking pressure

Toe Separator

These 1/2 inch wide firm toe separators can be used between the first and second toes to control bunion pain and drift of the big toe.

These firm latex pads are a staple in podiatry offices. Used for bunions, hammertoes, and soft corns found between the big toe and second toe. These pads are also used to cushion the toe and for the control of drift of the great toe bunion deformity. They can also be used to maintain correction following bunion surgery. Please note, this is a very firm pad used primarily to position the great toe. If you'd prefer a softer pad, please try our soft gel Bunion Spacer. Washable and reusable. 3 pads

Soft Corn Pads

Soft Corn Pads are shaped to fit in between toes to relieve rubbing, pinching, cramping, and pain associated with between-toe corns and calluses.These soft latex pads are a staple in podiatry offices. Used for soft corns found between the toes and to cushion painful toes following toe fractures. These pads are 1/4 inch thick and are typically used for problems between the lesser toes. For larger cushions,

Soft Corn Pads are washable and reusable.

Thomas Heel

  • Medial heel wedge tilts the heel into varus and may be helpful in treatment of symptomatic pes planus and plantar fascitis;

  • This heel should not be used if calcaneus is in a varus position;

  • this heel should extend from mid portion of navicular one the medial side to a line that intersects the longitudinal axis of the fibula on the lateral side;

  • Therapeutic Socks

    * Wide welt top is less constrictive, yet holds up under the pressures of walking, jogging, and more active sports.* Comfort Toe prevents pressure sores and chafing during activities.* Extra cushioning in the sole, heel and toe provides comfort and helps absorb shock.* Superior wicking action wicks moisture away from the foot towards the outer layers of the sock, and an added anti-microbial treatment helps fight infection, odor and athlete's foot.* Our sock is full-cushioned for those wanting all over comfort.* Content: cotton, stretch nylon, lycra.