Insoles For Neuropathy
Neuropathy affecting the feet is known as peripheral neuropathy. It is the result of nerve damage, can sometimes be associated with diabetes as well as cancer treatments, and can cause a number of painful symptoms. Insoles for neuropathy can help to ease these symptoms.
What causes neuropathy?
Peripheral neuropathy, sometimes associated with diabetes, is a condition caused by damage to the nerves outside of the brain or spinal cord. Peripheral neuropathy occurs in the extremities such as the feet or hands. The information on this page will focus on the feet.
How is neuropathy different from Morton's neuroma?
Neuropathy is damage to the nerves while Morton's neuroma is thickening of the tissue around one of the nerves leading to your toes. For help with Morton's neuroma, check out our information about Morton's neuroma insoles.
For Neuropathy We Recommend:
The A series provides a moderate degree of cushioning support, which helps to relieve the pain of neuropathy. It is very suitable for daily wear of regular shoes, such as sports shoes, work boots and walking shoes. The A series uses 3angni's patented alignment technology to provide the structure and comfort you need.
What are symptoms of diabetic neuropathy?
Neuropathy in the feet, often associated with diabetes and cancer treatment, can cause pain, hot and cold sensations, tingling and numbness.
Can neuropathy go away?
If the neuropathy is caused by a medication for treating cancer, and the patient stops taking the medication, the neuropathy can resolve. Similarly, if a disease process such as diabetes is causing the neuropathy, and the disease is brought under control, the neuropathy can be cleared. Cushion inserts for neuropathy can help ease symptoms.
Do insoles help with neuropathy?
Although not as well studied as insoles for plantar fasciitis, shoe insoles for neuropathy have been shown 1 to ease pain and symptoms by stimulating the nerves and providing cushioning support to areas of pain.