Fascia Fix Orthotic Insoles - Deep Heel Cup with Maximum Arch & Rear Foot
Ultimate all-rounder insole for preventing Plantar Fasciitis and helping alleviate it at home as first step before seeking treatment.
Insoles Feature: Forefoot padding for metatarsal support, rigid arch support for countering Plantar Fasciitis conditions, PU Heel Pad for heel spur pain and lateral heel control to prevent supination if the foot rolls outwards.
Reinforced Arch Support: We understand the importance of proper arch support for plantar fasciitis sufferers. Thats why our insole incorporates reinforced arch support. This extra support helps distribute your body weight evenly across your feet, reducing strain on the plantar fascia and promoting proper foot alignment.
Shock Attenuating PU Heel Pad: Our insole features a high-quality Polyurethane (PU) heel pad that absorbs shock helping prevent heel strike. Whether you are walking, running, or simply going about your daily activities, this heel pad cushions your heel and minimises the stress on your plantar fascia, reducing pain and discomfort.
Relief for Plantar Fasciitis: Whether you are suffering from chronic plantar fasciitis or seeking preventive measures, our insoles can make a significant difference in your comfort and mobility. Say goodbye to heel pain and discomfort, and regain the active lifestyle you love.
Versatile Use: These insoles are suitable for various activities, including walking, running, sports, standing for extended periods (at work) and more. They are also an excellent choice for flat footed, helping to prevent falls and injuries.
Fascia Fix - How they help with Plantar Fasciitis
Fascia Fix can be beneficial for various foot conditions, not just including plantar fasciitis, many other foot conditions. Here's how insoles can help:
- Support and Alignment: Insoles are designed to provide additional support and proper alignment for the feet. They can help distribute body weight more evenly across the foot, reducing stress on specific areas such as the arches, heels, and Achilles tendons. This can help alleviate the strain on these structures and prevent overuse injuries.
- Shock Absorption: Many insoles are equipped with cushioning materials that absorb shock and impact forces during activities like walking, running, and jumping. This is especially important for conditions like Achilles tendonitis, where excessive impact on the heel and tendon can contribute to inflammation and discomfort.
- Arch Support: Insoles can provide varying levels of arch support, which is crucial for maintaining proper foot mechanics. Adequate arch support can help distribute pressure more evenly along the foot, reducing strain on the Achilles tendon and other structures.
- Pressure Redistribution: Insoles with specific design features can help redistribute pressure away from sensitive or inflamed areas. This can be particularly useful for conditions like plantar fasciitis, where pressure on the plantar fascia can exacerbate pain and inflammation.
- Improved Foot Mechanics: Insoles can help correct abnormal foot mechanics, such as overpronation or supination, which can contribute to conditions like Achilles tendonitis. By promoting more balanced foot movement, insoles can reduce the strain on the Achilles tendon and surrounding muscles.
- Reduced Friction: Insoles can provide a smoother surface within the shoe, reducing friction between the foot and the shoe's interior. This can be especially beneficial for conditions where friction and irritation could worsen symptoms.
- Pain Relief: The cushioning and support provided by insoles can help alleviate pain associated with conditions like Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. This can make everyday activities more comfortable and allow individuals to engage in physical activities with reduced discomfort. They also simply help sore fatigued feet.
It's important to consult a healthcare provider or podiatrist if you suspect you have severe Plantar Pain or Achilles tendinitis. They can assess your condition and recommend the most appropriate type of orthotic insoles, whether they are over-the-counter or custom-made, to help manage your specific needs and reduce discomfort associated with Achilles tendinitis. Additionally, they may recommend other treatments such as stretching exercises, physical therapy, or rest to aid in the healing process.