What is Arch Support?

Typically, arch support inserts are devices placed into your shoes to support the arch of your foot in order to reduce – or even eliminate – pain. Good Feet Arch Supports, in particular, are designed to support all four arches of the foot, placing the feet in the ideal position, and aligning the body from the feet up.

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Heel Cup

Cradles and cushions to absorb step shock and align the foot

Underside Waffling

Evenly distributes body weight to reduce stress on the legs

Outer Longitudinal Support

Reduces pressure on your ankles, knees, hips, and back

Align the Feet. Align the Body.

Arch support inserts can benefit the body by:

  • Distributing pressure evenly across your foot
  • Providing additional stability and balance
  • Aligning the body up the kinetic chain
  • Reducing or preventing pain

By supporting the body up the kinetic chain, Good Feet Arch Supports can relieve foot, knee, hip, and back pain.

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Who Needs Arch Supports?

If you work on your feet, live an active lifestyle, or have foot, knee, hip or back pain – you should try Good Feet Arch Supports. Come in for a free fitting and test walk today. 


Live the life you love. Don’t let your feet get in the way.


Foot Pain

Your foot is a complex network of bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments and it has the burden of carrying your entire body weight. It makes sense that your foot is prone to injuries and pain.

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Knee Pain

The most common causes of knee pain are related to aging, injury or repeated stress on the knee. Even walking incorrectly due to foot pain or misalignment can cause injury, pain and inflammation in the knee.

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Hip Pain

Hip pain can be due to an injury or common conditions like arthritis that cause pain over time. Poor biomechanics or body alignment can also contribute to or cause hip pain.

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Back Pain

The low back is a complicated structure consisting of muscles, bone, joints, ligaments, and nerves and if any of these becomes out of place or injured, you can experience pain.

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is inflammation of the fascia along the bottom of the foot and can cause terrible pain in your heel. Arch support inserts can help alleviate the pain associated with this condition.

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