When you are suffering from plantar fasciitis, you may experience great relief by using orthotic insoles. Plantar fasciitis can be reduced when your feet are properly supported. Orthotic inserts can help realign your feet, which can reduce plantar fasciitis due to misalignment.
Plantar fasciitis is a condition that can be alleviated and even healed, but to achieve relief, it is critical to break the cycle. But what does it mean to break the cycle? Essentially, to keep the pain away, it is vital to keep your feet properly aligned. Our podiatrists and biomechanic experts emphasize the importance of supporting your feet from the first step you take in the morning to the last step you take at night. This constant use of orthotic support assists in keeping your feet properly aligned so they can function as they are intended, taking stress and strain off your plantar fascia.
The Best Part of Adding Shoe Inserts For Plantar Fasciitis?
You get to wear your favorite footwear. Simply add Vionic orthotic inserts with FMT Technology to shoes already in your closet. This should feel comparable to wearing orthopedic shoes with the benefit of inexpensive support, instant relief and the familiarity of style you prefer.
Do you need Orthotic inserts
Plantar fasciitis can cause excruciating pain. Wearing unsupportive shoes can be a cause of plantar fasciitis, especially while walking regularly on hard, unnatural surfaces. With such foot pain, many people are often forced to become less active while diagnosing and treating their plantar fasciitis. By wearing orthotics for plantar fasciitis, it’s possible to experience immediate relief. Furthermore, with consistent use, you may be able to reduce your plantar fasciitis in the long term.
Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis
The same FMTl technology that shapes our orthotic inserts can be found in each and every pair of Vionic shoes, sandals and slippers.
Orthotic inserts placed in flat, un-supportive shoes function similarly to orthopedic shoes. Inserts with Orthaheel Technology provide tri-planar motion control and essential support for plantar fasciitis sufferers.