Do you need orthotics for plantar fasciitis? 

Plantar fasciitis is a common foot problem that involves pain on the heel or sole of the foot. It is the result of the degeneration of collagen of the plantar fascia, the ligament that runs along the bottom of the foot, from the back of the heel, along the side of the foot, to the base of the toes. Collagen degeneration, formerly thought to be chronic inflammation, of the plantar fascia is often the result of misuse or overuse, which can stem from strenuous or increased activity, weight gain, or even age. Other symptoms include heel or foot pain first thing in the morning, trouble bending the toes “backward” or “up” toward the shin, and even knee pain (especially for runners). As much as 10% of the U.S. population is affected by the condition at some point, and approximately 2,000,000 Americans are faced with it every year. If you’ve got plantar fasciitis, you are certainly not alone. The good news is that orthotics for plantar fasciitis have helped countless people in your position.

Shoe inserts for plantar fasciitis can help. 

Plantar fasciitis is a condition that can be very painful, and it must be attended to quickly before it progresses into further degeneration. Fortunately, it’s also a condition that can easily be addressed by shoe inserts for plantar fasciitis.

Insoles and Beyond Carries Plantar Fasciitis Inserts for Heel Pain

Plantar fasciitis inserts are designed to alleviate some of the physiological causes of inflammation to the plantar fascia, and they are generally thought to be the most effective ways to treat the condition.  We offer some of the very best insoles for plantar fasciitis here at Insoles and Beyond, so take a look at our stock and relief will be on the way to you soon.