About Cadence®

About Cadence® Insoles

Cadence® insoles were developed and designed by a physical therapist with more than 30 years of personal and professional experience working with insoles and orthotics, born out of a passion to develop an over the counter orthotic that provides an unparalleled combination of semi-rigid support, shock absorbing comfort, and durability.  continue...

The Cadence® Story

As a kid, my Dad would tell me that if he ever wanted to know where I was or what I was up to he would just look at which shoes were NOT on my shelf.  I had shoes for all occasions, shoes that met the demands and practicalities of my sports and work - and they all had to fit with just the right amount of support and cushion. 

But not many shoes off the shelf (if any) had the support and comfort where I wanted and needed it most: the insole- the part of the shoe your foot actually contacts and feels. So I was always strategically adding a little cork here and a little cushion there for that extra support, comfort and fit. continue...

About John

John Hinds, PT is the founder and owner of Cadence® Insoles.  He has been involved in athletics since he was a kid and in search of the perfect insole ever since.  For the last 24 + years he has been a physical therapist focusing on orthopedic and sports rehabilitation, helping people get back on their feet as quickly as possible. He is as passionate about education and injury prevention as he is about rehabilitation.

John participates in a variety of recreational sports and activities, thinks walking is under-rated and enjoys making cottage cheese and lemon pancakes for his family (don’t knock ‘em if you haven’t tried them!)

John graduated from California State University Northridge where he received degrees in Physical Therapy and Exercise Science.  He also spent a colorful fall semester at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst studying biomechanics.

John believes that respect, honesty, kindness, and ethics, hard work, the promotion of good business practices and generally treating others in a manner that we would want to be treated are the keys to happiness and success. 

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