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Indications Allround Allround Light Allround Light C+ Control Heel Spur Light Comfort Junior Slim Active Hard-boot Business Silver (Women) Business Silver (Men)
Achilles Tendonitis
Ankle instability
Calcaneal spur/Plantar Fasciitis
Cavus
Calcaneal Bursitis
Club / flat / splay foot
Flexible pez-planus
Hallux rigidus
Hallux valgus
Kohler’s Disease I
Kohler’s Disease II
Lateral ligament lesion
Plantar Fibromatosis
Lower back pain
Meniscus lesion, medial / lateral
Metatarsal stress fracture
Metatarsalgia
Morton’s neuroma
Knee pain
Pes adductus
Tractus syndrome (Iliotibial band syndrome – ITBS)
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Areas of use Allround Allround Light Allround Light C+ Control Heel Spur Light Comfort Junior Slim Active Hard-boot Business Silver (Women) Business Silver (Men)
Business shoes
Soccer shoes
Hard-shell shoes
High heels
Sandals / slippers for non-fixed insoles
Comfortable shoes / shoes for non-fixed insoles
Sneakers
Sports shoes with flexible soles
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Special Features Allround Allround Light Allround Light C+ Control Heel Spur Light Comfort Junior Slim Active Hard-boot Business Silver (Women) Business Silver (Men)
Stepping / rear foot cushioning
Improves circulation
Oder inhibition
Increased torsion in the forefoot
Reduced torsion in the forefoot
Strengthened with reinforced carbon
Enhanced forefoot cushioning

Guidelines for adapting igli carbon insoles

The recommendations given here for adapting igli carbon insoles are intended to convey the basic philosophy behind the treatment of a number of clinical indications and applications.

The settings must always take into consideration the patient‘s foot and shoe, as well as patient feedback with respect to the posting settings.

  • Length of the carbon bar

    Make sure that the carbon bar does not cover the head of the first metatarsal bone. To check this, you can simply fold the insole down at the forefoot.

  • Width of the carbon bar

    Make sure that the carbon bar is at least 2 millimeters narrower all around than the shoe‘s inner sole. When grinding down the insole, remember that the carbon bar must not be ground down.

  • Positioning the posts

    Position the posts so that they cannot slip outwards into the sidewall of the shoe when weight-bearing. The posts can simply be ground down if required.

Flexible-Flat foot

Anomalies

  • Flattened medial longitudinal arch on loading
  • Broader contact area of the midfoot

Causes

  • Weak muscles, ligaments & tendons
  • Over- or incorrect loading

  • Spherical post to support the medial longitudinal arch

  • Supports the medial longitudinal arch
  • Redistributes pressure
  • Activates the muscles of the feet

Valgus foot /Flat valgus foot

Anomalies

  • Valgus deformity of the calcaneus
  • Flattened medial longitudinal arch
  • Slightly broader contact area of the midfoot

Causes

  • Weak muscles, ligaments & tendons
  • Over- or incorrect loading

  • Spherical post/s to support the medial longitudinal arch. Flatter posterior spherical post / grind down if necessary
  • Conical post to raise the calcaneus as a lateral counter-support if necessary


  • Corrects the position of the hindfoot
  • Supports the medial longitudinal arch
  • Redistributes pressure
  • Activates the muscles of the feet

Cavus foot

Anomalies

  • Raised longitudinal arch
  • Toes deformed / ankylosed
  • Pressure areas or pain over the instep, toes and balls of the feet
  • Interrupted contact area in the mid-foot region

Causes

  • Usually hereditary
  • After surgery for clubfoot

  • Spherical post to transmit stress to the medial longitudinal arch
  • Conical post to correct movement, forefoot pronation and lowering of the 1st metatarsal and toe; some very good successes depending on the treatment philosophy

  • Enlarges the tread surface area
  • Relieves stress, also by transmission to the longitudinal arch
  • Supports the active rollover mechanism

Splayed foot

Anomalies

  • Flattened transverse arch
  • Possibly wider intermetatarsal angle
  • Very broad forefoot contact area

Causes

  • Over- or incorrect loading (e.g., due to wrong footwear)

  • Conical post to raise the transverse arch passively

  • Raises the transverse arch
  • Redistributes pressure
  • Relieves symptoms

Calcaneal spur

Anomalies

  • Thorn-like osteophyte on the calcaneus
  • Usually inflamed and painful
  • Grows on the tendinous insertion of the plantar aponeurosis (inferior calcaneal spur) or the Achilles tendon (superior calcaneal spur)

  • Spherical post/s as a large footbed area for the medial longitudinal arch to reduce tension on the plantar fascia
  • Conical post to raise or stabilize the calcaneus as a lateral counter-support if necessary

  • Relieves pressure on the heel
  • Redistributes pressure to more resilient zones
  • Corrects additional malformations of the foot

Metatarsalgia

Anomalies

  • Collective medical term
  • Pain in the region of the heads of the metatarsal bones
  • Weight-bearing and non-weight bearing
  • Only 2nd to 5th metatarsal and toes

  • Spherical post as a large footbed area for the medial longitudinal arch to redistribute pressure over the midfoot
  • Conical post to raise the transverse arch mechanically

  • Relieves pressure on metatarsals II – IV
  • Redistributes weight over medial and lateral longitudinal arches
  • Corrects position of the foot

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