HighStep DocInsole Review 2021 – DocInsole Benefits

HighStep DocInsole is one of the eternal truths of womanhood — every cute pair of shoes that you fall desperately in love with will have a high heel. Designers just love to create gasp-worthy high heels, but that beauty can come with a steep price (no pun intended).

The dreaded high heel pain. As much as I hate the sore feet, I can’t say no to a beautiful pair of heels. And I’ve tried everything to make them more comfortable. I’ve used all sorts of insoles and gel pads. I’ve tried stretching them out — I even asked my boyfriend to wear them for an hour or so while playing video games just to try to stop them from pinching my feet

HighStep DocInsole Review

What Is HighStep DocInsole?

 if your body is cramped up in an uncomfortable position, it doesn’t matter if you’re surrounded by pillows. A non-ergonomic chair is going to cause pain even if it’s soft. The same goes for your shoes.

HighStep DocInsole inserts are actually designed to keep your foot in a more comfortable, supported position. This is especially important in high heels, since the weight of each step is so unevenly distributed! Wearing high heels changes the way that your feet absorb pressure. Forcing the balls of your feet to do a lot more work than they are designed to do and leading to pain.

HighStep DocInsole were created to give you maximum arch support and increased foot stability, helping to more evenly distribute that pressure throughout the rest of the foot, not just on the balls of the feet.

What Is HighStep DocInsole

Benefits Of DocInsole

Experience the following foot health benefits as a result of using DocInsole products.

  • Corrects balance when walking
  • Decreases shin splints
  • Stabilizes ankles
  • Relieves plantar fascistic
  • Relieves neuroma
  • Prevents bunions from forming or worsening
  • Helps alleviate arthritic painful joints
  • Alleviates common foot and back pain
  • Prolongs endurance
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Prevents common pain caused by high heels
Benefits Of DocInsole

DocInsole products are now FSA-eligible!

FSA Flexible Spending debit cards (also called FlexCards) can now be used to purchase DocInsole products! FSA stands for Flexible Spending Account (or Flexible Spending Arrangement) and is a pre-tax benefit account where contributions can be used to pay for eligible health care expenses that are not covered by your insurance. That means using pre-tax income on everything like co-pays, medications, orthopedic goods and NOW DocInsole orthotic insoles.

FSA accounts are “use it or lose it accounts” and funds must be used up by the end of the year. Any funds remaining in the account on December 31st are lost. Buying DoctorInsole orthotic insoles is a great way to utilize your FSA contribution!

Think about it 

if your body is cramped up in an uncomfortable position, it doesn’t matter if you’re surrounded by pillows. A non-ergonomic chair is going to cause pain even if it’s soft. The same goes for your shoes.

DoctorInsole inserts are actually designed to keep your foot in a more comfortable, supported position. This is especially important in high heels. Since the weight of each step is so unevenly distributed! Wearing high heels changes the way that your feet absorb pressure. Forcing the balls of your feet to do a lot more work than they are designed to do and leading to pain.

DocInsole HighSteps were created to give you maximum arch support and increased foot stability. Helping to more evenly distribute that pressure throughout the rest of the foot, not just on the balls of the feet.

FAQ

How do I use DoctorInsole HighSteps?

Simply slide them into your high-heeled shoes or boots and you’re good to go! There may be a “breaking in” period while your new insoles become acquainted with your feet and weight balance. Wear them for as long as is comfortable for the first two or three days. After that, the unique shell will have shaped itself to your feet, providing you with stability and comfort where you need it most! Any discomfort during this breaking-in period will fade as your body becomes used to the corrective nature of the insoles.

Can I wear them in shoes other than high heels?

DoctorInsole offers a wide range of inserts for any type of shoe, including heels, flats, work shoes, and athletic shoes. DoctorInsole HighSteps are specifically designed for high-heeled comfort. It MultiSteps are a perfect choice for non-heeled shoes for everyday use. DoctorInsole FitSteps are designed for high-impact activities.

Do I need a different set of HighSteps for each pair of heels I wear?

Nope! While it is recommended that you keep DoctorInsole inserts in one pair of shoes during the breaking in period, you can transfer them to another pair of shoes once they have conformed to your feet. Just make sure that you only transfer the inserts to similar types of shoes.

How long will my HighSteps last?

That depends on you! DoctorInsole inserts can be expected to last for at least six months under typical wear conditions. If you’re hiking 16 miles per day or training for a high-heeled marathon, that will affect the lifespan of your inserts. To lengthen the lifespan of your HighSteps, do not use HighSteps in flats or athletic shoes or leave them out in extreme weather conditions. Treat them with love and they will love your feet right back!

When should I replace my HighSteps?

Great question! Your HighSteps should be replaced when you start to notice a decrease in comfort or support. If you find yourself dreaming about the first time you met your HighSteps insoles, chances are you are ready to meet a new pair!

Can I wear tights or pantyhose with HighSteps?

Definitely! Accessorize however you like!

Will people know that I’m wearing orthotics?

Not unless you tell them. DoctorInsole HighSteps are as discreet as you are.

Are DoctorInsole inserts doctor-approved?

It’s right in the name! DoctorInsole inserts were invented by a doctor and are endorsed by podiatrists around the world!

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