Originally designed to meet the mechanical challenges of the high risk foot, this low profile, contoured surface provides ultimate comfort to all users. Pressure Perfects’ shock absorbing properties have widened its usage to include many sporting and recreational activities including walking, hiking, running, racquet and multi-directional sports where supportive cushioning adds to performance.

In tests held at a gait analysis laboratory, we were able to demonstrate a reduction in pressure at the forefoot. The Pressure-Time Integral (PTI) describes not only the pressure at a specific point on the foot, but how long that pressure lasts at that specific point. PressurePerfect was designed to reduce pressure at the forefoot, where many diabetic foot ulcers occur. Our test showed that in prescribing PressurePerfects, we were able to reduce PTI by between 22% and 39%! Excellent results for an off-the-shelf device.

The top cover material of the Pressure Perfect insoles is a superb balance between shock absorbency and durability.

Many other insoles designed for these purposes suffer from "bottoming-out". This means that they may not recover their shock-absorbing properties before the next step is taken - their top sheeet may remain almost permanently compressed so the function is completely lost in

gait.

                      

 

As the car approaches the bridge, it slows to go up the incline. Calcaneal plantarflexion is reduced when the heel meets the mid-foot saddle.

At a safe speed, the car crosses the hump of the bridge. The foot is stabilised when fully loaded on the saddle.
Once over the hump, the car accelerates away. The 1st ray drops into the recess and encourages the MTP joint to bend, the heel raises and sagittal movement within the foot has been maximised.

 

When recovering from a sports injury patients want to be back to normal levels of activity as quickly as possible. By encouraging them to engage with their own treatment rehabilitation time is reduced.

Many of our partner clinics work with the patient to develop a foot rehabiitation regime - it can be quick and simple and in most cases even done in front of the TV at home. Why not try the simple

The "Toe Exercises" shown below - require no equipment and are surprisingly effective at increasing intrinsic muscle strength.

 

"The Pressure Perfect insoles give excellent support in heavier winter boots,walking and hiking boot and ski boots. Knee and lower back posture feels much more comfortable and the increased shock absorption reduces fatigue too."

A. Bennett, Saddleworth

 

"I have used your Pressure Perfect Insoles on a couple of occasions now and I am impressed with their performance. My fell shoes offer very litle support and in previous events any road running in them has caused me some joint pain afterwards. Using your insoles I could feel the difference immediately and left me with no pain at all afterwards so thanks for your help."

M. Cain,  Oldham.

Triathlete

Very impressed with the shock absorbency on these, my patients think they're great. I am using them for marathon running - have ordered more since

GS Lancashire

Podiatrist

If you have been fitted with a pair of Pressure Perfect Insoles by your NHS clinic and wish to purchase another pair then please visit www.healthystep.co.uk

Professional clinicians including Podiatrists, Physiotherapists and Chirporactors please call us on 01457 839 549 to set up a trade account - alternatively e-mail us by clicking here.


Sizes (approx.)
Code Size UK EU
PRE04 Small 3-5 36-38
PRE03 Medium 6-8 40-42
PRE02 Large 9-11 43-46
PRE01 Extra Large 12-14 47-49
PRE01X Extra Extra large 15-16 50-51

This size chart is intended as a guide only