Orthopedic heel pads are products that change the ground to fit the wearer's feet shape. Just as many people need to wear glasses (technically called vision correction), people with biomechanical abnormalities of the lower extremities or feet mechanical problems caused by these abnormalities need to wear the correction product, a foot orthotic insole.
Corrective heel cups are designed according to foot biomechanics. Its unique dual-density 100% EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) structure allows for the creation and incorporation of a wide range of modifications and deflections in the orthotic insole, making it a customizable orthotic insole that can be molded in plaster and fixed directly to the patient's foot, and providing adequate foot space and protection. Orthopedic heel pads can be heated and molded into the patient's feet or plaster mold, or they can be sanded and shaped using a bench sander. And a variety of bending angles can be shaped under heat and pressure (again, these angles can be eliminated by heating).
The orthopedic heel pads are biomechanically made in the normal human model ( that is, they are made according to normal human mechanics), with a 5° heel inversion angle for maximum force and walking, and a 42° sagittal tilt for balance and coordination with pelvic support and stability. The custom-made insoles are good for foot health, enhancing walking time and exercise energy. It incorporates unique angles and curves in its design, and the patented dual-density system provides patients with the dual benefits of supporting and comfort.