Our expert says:
I wonder if the problem might be related to the built up insoles. Often, when you change something like the insoles, even a tiny change, it can throw off your natural training routine, and it sometimes requires that you spend some time adjusting to the new insoles. Therefore, I would suggest that you contact the podiatrist - chances are, they need a little report back anyway, and so you could let them know. They may even consider it serious enough to change the arches slightly, because building up those arches is not an exact science and it can take some tweaking. That would be my advice - see the podiatrist, rest a little, and then build up gradually to allow yourself and chance to get the feet used to the arches.
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