all depends on your biomenchanics but in a lot of cases yes they can, however if you keep getting injuries from a new shoe i would be questioning if it is the correct shoe prior to getting an insole...
it could be that an insole will just add to the shoe and make it function better, but it sound slike you really need to get it checked out
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