Good News - Bad News
The good news is that you can stabilize and strengthen your ankles for less than $70. You don't even need a prescription.
The bad news is that short of trying the ProKinetics® Insoles, the only way you'll stabilize your ankles is with a brace. If you have a severe problem, maybe loss of ankle mobility is a price worth paying, but you don't have to.
There's a million insoles out there that all look the same. It beats me why people keep buying arch supports and cushions over and over again. Obviously they don't work!
We have been taking care of people and their feet for 15 years, and you won't find any of our insoles tucked away under the bed because they didn't work. If they don't, our customers send them back and get their money back.
Unfortunately too many people think that because their podiatrist, orthopod, orthotist, pedorthist, physical therapist and whomever else they have seen haven't been able to fix their ankles, it's not fixable. But, if you're still holding out hope you'll come across something on the internet that will help...well you have, and we guarantee it
We're good people and just a little tired of being thrown in with everyone else. Our insoles are different—really different. What we do is different, and how we treat you is different. Try calling us and you'll find out. 1-888-790-4100—We can teach you more about your ankles in 10 minuntes than you have ever been taught by your doctor. We ask questions and listen and don't jump to conclusions to get you out of the office. If we don't believe our insoles will help, we don't recommend them.
The Facts about weak ankles
It seems too much detail bores people, so here are the facts about your weak ankles:
- Your ankles are weak because they tend to lean out. When they do, you already know, they roll easily becaues you don't have much strength to protect them.
- The reason they lean out is because you subconsciously make them lean out. Structurally they lean in. You don't like that so you compensate by trying to walk on the outside of your feet, leaning your ankles out (see explanationn in the sidebar)
- You could quit doing that consciously, but you'll forget, and you'll roll your ankle again.
- We can put insoles in your shoes that remind your brain to protect your ankle without you having to think about it. That takes care of that!
- It works very well for most people. If it doesn't work for you, we'll give you your money back.
- For less than $70, you have an excellent chance of getting rid of your weak ankle problem. You simply can't loose on this deal! What else could you possibly want?
Logically, you should be looking for a button to push right now to start your risk free trial, so here it is. Let's see what you do!
OK, so you want to know how it works
There is a structural issue with your feet that is so common it is considered normal. It is significantly magnified when you walk on flat surfaces including the flat soles in your shoes. The First Metatarsal, the long bone connecting from the midfoot to the base of the big toe is not properly weight bearing when your legs and knees are in proper alignment. It’s easily demonstrated by doing a simple knee bend.
Do you have Elevated First Metatarsals - Test Yourself
First, with bare feet, stand on a hard surface with your feet comfortably apart, toes straight forward and feet parallel. Lean slightly forward so you are weight bearing on the balls of your feet. Then, bend your knees so your hips drop 8-10 inches straight down. Keep your back vertical—don't squat, and keep your heels on the floor.
To be in proper alignment, your knees should neither move inward nor outward when you bend them. If you have to, force your knees to move straight forward so they are in alignment with the middle of your feet (aligned with your third toes).
Next, from this position, move your knees slowly toward each other until you feel weight bearing pressure under the balls of your feet behind your big toes. Not all the pressure, but at least as great as anywhere else under your feet.
If you had to move your knees inward to make the inside of your feet weight bearing, you have demonstrated that you have Elevated First Metatarsals. The further you have to move your knees inward, the more elevated they are.
Move your knees back and forth between proper alignment (knees straight forward) and fully weight bearing on the big toe a couple of times. When your knees move into alignment, you may be able to observe the inside of your feet lifting slightly, and you will feel pressure shifting to the outside of your feet. When you move your knees inward, you’ll notice that your arches look like they’re falling. That’s because the big toe side of your arch is moving down as it drops down to the floor.
The Elevated First Metatarsal
You’ve just discovered the cause of most foot problems including ball-of-foot pain (Metatarsalgia), heel pain (Plantar Fasciitis), weak ankles (supination), fallen arches (over pronation), bunions, callus formation, and much more. This problem is also a major cause of Achilles pain, ankle, knee and hip pain, shin splints and tight IT bands. The elevated metatarsal is a major cause of bad posture, back, shoulder and neck pain. When you correct for the Elevated First Metatarsal, these problems will start to resolve.
Tricking the brain
The ProKinetics Insoles play a very smart trick on the brain
It works just like this. If you hold your arm out and someone tries to push it down, you will automatically push back without thinking about it. That’s because your brain always tries to maintain all the parts of your body in the same position unless you consciously decide to change. Unless the pressure overcomes your strength, you have to consciously let go for your arm to drop.
If a small wedge is placed underneath the first metatarsal and big toe the brain will think the big toe is being pushed up. As in the example above, it will counteract by pushing down, and since you are moving forward, the pressure on the first increases even more so it pushes back even harder. That’s it! All your metatarsals become properly weight bearing. Your feet become laterally balanced and stable. Your arch maintains better, because with the first metatarsal on the ground you actually have a real arch that can support itself. Your whole body instantly benefits.
The root cause of most foot and body pain is the Elevated First Metatrsal. The smart solution that works naturally is ProKinetics Insoles. These are insoles your whole body will like.
You probably are not heavily into sports with your weak ankles, but it is interesting how this world famous coach picked up on exactly what our insoles do.
"In addition to unparalleled comfort, ProKinetics® Insoles deliver true performance improvements unlike anything I have ever experienced. Because the ProKinetics design changes the way your brain perceives the ground, I consider ProKinetics® Insoles to be the only "intelligent insole" in that it constantly reminds your body how to align itself so you can perform at your best. Whether you are a world class athlete, weekend warrior, or just want to feel better on your feet, try ProKinetics — the intelligent insole."
Loren Seagrave–Atlanta, GA
Five time NCAA Track & Field Championship Coach
Known as the "Godfather" of speed.
If you’re in pain, or want to perform better in sports and have more energy at the end of the day, you can try ProKientics Insoles RISK-FREE for 90 days.