Can the insoles inside of shoes help prevent or stop back pain.

Unfortunately, no, according to a new review of six studies by the Cochrane Collaboration, an international nonprofit organization that evaluates medical research.
In the review, researchers at Hebrew University in Jerusalem examined three prevention studies involving 2,061 participants and three other studies of both prevention and treatment involving 256 participants. Led by Dr. Tali Sahar, a family practitioner, the team concluded that “there is strong evidence that the use of insoles does not prevent back pain.” The team also concluded that “there is limited evidence that insoles alleviate back pain or adversely shift the pain to the lower extremities.”

What is the best position to sleep, given Back Pain?

You’re right, but other positions help some people, too, says Dr. Carol Hartigan, a physiatrist at the Spine Center at New England Baptist Hospital. (Physiatrists are physicians who treat neuromuscular and neurological problems.)