Maybe you need an insole?
It's a good idea to look into whether your wrong posture can be relieved with an insole.
In many cases, an insole can help alleviate your discomfort. An insole aims to relieve, support, correct and, to some extent, train the feet. This means that pressure is distributed so that pain and discomfort lessen, and thereby your gait is improved.
There are many different types of insoles that can relieve your bump. If you have misalignments such as flat feet or hollow feet, there is a greater risk of developing problems with your feet, and in such a case you can really benefit from an insole.
Standard insoles can truly help a lot of people. Read more about our insoles Korrektor® and our shock-absorbing soles Protektor®.
Sometime, a standard insole is not enough and there is need for an insole that is especially made for you so that you are supported exactly where your feet need it.
It is important not to go too long with the pain - see a doctor - podiatrist, orthotists or a physiotherapist to get an assessment of the cause and get suggestions for treatment.
You can get the world's best insole – but if the insole and footwear are not a good fit, you won't get the help you need. If you use insoles, it's especially important that the footwear has plenty of space, a stable heel cover and that it's firmly attached to the feet.