Flat feet and Insoles

thefellsman

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Hello all

I have read a few prior threads regarding the use of insoles and what not to combat flat feet. I however am confused about the definition of 'prescribed' insoles. I personally use custom insoles made for me privately however no NHS or GP etc. has been involved. I do not have any issues with overuse injuries and run in the range of 60-80 miles per week with my longest run being a 60 mile mountain jaunt with no problems.

I have just submitted my medical form/eye test and am awaiting an interview at the end of the month. I was wondering if anybody has information regarding if this will be a medical issue.

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Chelonian

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I however am confused about the definition of 'prescribed' insoles.

If a medical professional diagnoses a clinical need for orthotic insoles and prescribes them that prescription will be formally recorded onto your medical records. The specific issue here relates to the content of medical records.
 
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