Capsulitis (Joint Pain)

Capsulitis is the inflammation of the joint capsule. The soft tissue that surrounds a joint becomes inflamed as a result of excessive pressure due to a biomechanical abnormality of the foot. The result is pain and swelling of the joint. Capsulitis is a common condition affecting the joints of the ball of the foot. The pain typically increases with prolonged walking or standing especially when barefoot.

The goal of treatment is to decrease the excessive pressure on the joint. This can be accomplished with the use of foam or silicon padding and innersoles. carriers a variety of products to manage biomechanical abnormalities of the foot that result in excessive pressure being placed on the joints.