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The wedges are used to change the surface that your foot is articulating on. To create a situation where your foot has an opportunity to experience its natural articulations. With this comes the opportunity for change!How many wedges do I need for my feet?
Re overwedging; usually there are no signs at the foot but the lateral ankle or either side of the knee make their presence felt over time if there are two many. Providing arch support is good, the huge majority need wedge number of zero to 3 on each foot and it can be different for each foot.What are in the shoe wedges?
ITS (In The Shoe) wedgeswhich are fitted under the forefoot of a cycling shoe insole. Steve Hogg Heel Wedges are fitted into the heel cup of a cycling shoe underneath the insole. The first thing you need to wrap your head around, is that in many cases, each of these wedgesis correcting the rear foot, directly or indirectly.Why wedge the rearfoot?
Wedging is to correct rearfoot misalignment in the main and forefoot misalignment occasionally. If you wedge with out supporting the dropping arch, all you are doing is changing the plane through which the arch drops. Marcsays: August 17, 2011 at 1:49 pm