Poor foot alignment and biomechanical imbalances during gait can have a detrimental effect on not just your feet but your entire body and can cause knee, hip, and back problems. The most common biomechanical imbalance that can cause injury is overpronation. Pronation is a natural part of walking. Pronation occurs when your foot rolls inward slightly as your foot strikes the ground during the gait cycle. It is designed to help support your feet, shift weight and pressure and absorb shock. If your feet overpronate it means that your feet roll inward too much, this can cause excessive pressure on your feet and prevent your feet from properly supporting and absorbing shock during gait. Those who have flat feet are more prone to developing over pronation and foot pain and injury as a result. However, simply wearing a pair of our arch support insoles can help. Wearing a pair of Footreviver arch support insoles can help to stop your feet from overpronating when you walk by supporting your foot in the correct position and restore balance to your feet during gait. Our insoles are perfect for treating a whole range of different foot injuries caused by biomechanical imbalances including Metatarsalgia, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendinitis, Shin splints, Jumpers knee, Runner’s Knee as well as hip and lower back problems.