Pain in the area of the forefoot is very often the result of arthritis. The lack of a protective layer under the heads of the metatarsal bones is a very common problem, for example, in the case of transverse flat feet or haluks. This results in an unpleasant burning sensation and pain after a long walk.
To relieve ailments arising from an overload of the forefoot, it is recommended to wear orthopedic insoles. They perfectly prevent the longitudinal and transverse arch from falling, they are a shock absorber for painful and sensitive feet. Removal of the disc from the front of the insole reduces the direct contact of the painful place with the footwear.