Heel Cups

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Article by John Miller


Heel Cups & Pads

Heel cups & pads may also be used to temporarily relieve some of the pressure on the tendon by slightly raising the heel. 

We recommend the Tuli's heel cups as the most effective shock-absorber on the market.

The Tuli's standard heel cup will benefit most people. If you are a heavy exerciser or perform sports with a heavy jumping, landing component, we recommend the Tuli's PRO heel cup.

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    Last updated 02-Sep-2015 12:02 PM

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