Plantar Fasciitis Insoles & Treatment
Our Plantar Fasciitis Insoles & Treatment Range
Plantar Fasciitis is can be a very limiting and painful condition, thankfully stretches and effective products can help alleviate pain and eventually cure Plantar Fasciitis by rehabilitating the fascia back to normal.
Some causes of plantar fasciitis such as high arches or excessive and repetitive strain on the feet will require more long-term treatment because the cause of it is not as effectively addressed.
Plantar Fasciitis Insoles are the most important tool for treatment, this means finding good insoles that correct your feet and support the fascia along the base of your foot.
We've compiled some products that are either designed for treatment such as the Plantar Massage Balls and products that will provide some pain relief or support such as Biofreeze and Mueller Arch Support.
These are only recommended products and should not replace any guidance you received from your GP or Physician. If you are looking for more information on Plantar Fasciitis such as what causes Plantar Fasciitis and how you can treat it with these products then please take a look at our Plantar Fasciitis Insoles & Treatment Buyer's Guide.
Plantar Fasciitis Insoles & Treatment FAQs
Do Plantar Fasciitis Insoles really help?
Although they are not a definite solution or complete treatment for plantar fasciitis, plantar fasciitis insoles can be helpful in terms of correcting your feet so that they have the optimal mechanics to treat your plantar fasciitis.
This is because plantar fasciitis insoles are so effective for pain relief and reducing any stress on your joints or muscles.
Custom orthotics such as Vasyli custom insoles and specifically designed insoles and orthotics such as Footactive Plantar Fasciitis Insoles and Vasyli McPoil Plantar Fasciitis Insoles are your best options. For plantar fasciitis caused by high arches, Vasyli Hoke Orthotics are a good choice of orthotic insoles.
What is the fastest way to cure Plantar Fasciitis?
This is a tricky question because it depends on a variety of factors. How did you develop Plantar Fasciitis? was it a result of flat feet or high arches or was it caused by stress and overloading your feet?
If your foot mechanics such as high arches are to blame then curing it might be a bit more demanding than expected and it won't technically be 'cured' because there is a high chance it could come back unless you are wearing orthotics or insoles that correct your feet properly.
Managing your plantar fasciitis is still paramount so either way, remember to do your stretches, massage your feet and wear your orthotics or insoles, for more information on treatment, please take a look at our buyer's guide: Plantar Fasciitis Insoles & Treatment
What kind of support do I need for Plantar Fasciitis?
Foot supports can help alleviate some plantar fasciitis pain and are a good aid to have in order to give you support when you need it which also makes you more confident in your feet.
You can use either arch supports or foot compression sleeve supports. The Mueller Arch Support is a good arch support for Plantar Fasciitis and the Orthosleeve Compression Sleeve is a great compression foot support for plantar fasciitis.
What can I use to massage my plantar fascia?
There are numerous tools you can use for massaging your plantar fascia, the plantar massage balls are an excellent tool for this because they are specifically designed for plantar fasciitis pain relief.
The Songbird Fascial Release Wax is a particularly good medium to use for your self-massage because it was formulated with Fascial Tissues in mind so it provides the best grip and consistency for deep tissue massage such as when massaging the plantar fascia.
For calf pain caused by plantar fasciitis, a massage stick can be useful