Metatarsal Domes (or Met Domes), are a commonly used treatment of painful forefoot conditions such as: – Metatarsalgia – Plantar plate tears – Morton’s neruoma – Neuroma/ Bursa complexes – Metatarsal Joint Capsulitis – Forefoot fat pad atrophy.
Met domes are often used in orthotics as well as stuck on to a range of shoes and insoles, metatarsal domes help to reduce the pressure on the ball of the foot and distribute the load giving instantaneous relief.
The Met Dome is easy to fix with a self adhesive backing, allowing you to position it exactly where the support is needed most, it is made from medical grade poron which won’t flatten and is durable.
Place the pad behind the ball of your foot to off-load weight bearing away from your forefoot. If you are unsure of where to place your metatarsal pad, be sure to click on the Video tab to watch our video.