Best Supports For Plantar Fasciitis

HOW CAN I RELIEVE PAIN AND DISCOMFORT FROM PLANTAR FASCIITIS?

 

One of the most common causes of heel pain is plantar fasciitis.

The pain occurs due to overstretching or repetitive loading of the plantar fascia (strong thick tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot), causing it to be inflamed over time.

Risk factors include high-intensity physical activities like running that places lots of stress on the heel, being overweight or flat foot arches.

Those affected may experience a dull or sharp pain at the base of their foot.

Bauerfeind’s high-quality insoles with medical-grade supports target the symptoms of plantar fasciitis to provide optimal pain relief and protection.

Made with high-quality polyurethane foam, our insoles offer optimal cushioning and flexibility to help you stand or walk around for longer.

 


      BEST ORTHOSIS FOR PLANTAR FACIITIS PAIN

      Best Foot Supports For Plantar Fasciitis

      ERGOPAD REDUX HEEL 2

      Instant relief and support for heel pain, heel spurs and plantar fasciitis.

      $149.95 - Buy Here

      The Bauerfeind ErgoPad Redux Heel 2 has been engineered to assist in reducing acute heel pain, combating the causes of pain. Able to fit in most shoes without modification, the intelligently shaped notch in the synthetic core removes pressure from the sensitive anatomical structure when you take a step.

      The core's polyurethane soft foam coating is gentle on the skin and provides additional cushioning for the feet when walking or running. Anti-microbial and odour resistant. The ErgoPad Redux 2 is ideal for targeting platar fasciitis, heel pain, foot arch pain and pes valgus.

      Supports For Plantar Fasciitis

      ERGOPAD WEIGHTFLEX 2

      For unparalleled, all-day comfort. The Ergopad supports the foot arch and allows a natural heel-to-toe movement. Immediate relief for anyone that stands on their feet all day.

      $129.95 - Buy Here

      Bauerfeind has formed a multi-functional foot orthosis that fits into multiple shoes for ease of functionality, including closed high heels.

      The combination of firm and flexible elements in the orthotic core allows the foot to twist naturally, thus boosting active mobility.

      The interaction of the four side sections of the "weightflex-X" in the core assists the active resetting of the muscles and connective tissues and optimizes the gait pattern.

      The ErgoPad WeightFlex 2 is ideal for those who stand on their feet all day

      Plantar Fasciitis Supports

      VISCOPED FOOT ORTHOSIS

      Provides all day comfort for sensitive feet with a soft cushioning effect for reducing foot pain and protecting the joints.

      $169.95 - Buy Here

      The ViscoPed has long soles, meaning they cushion the entire sole of the foot. The forefront and heel also have pressure relief zones which redistribute typical pressure peaks across the wider surface of the foot for relief.

      The viscoelastic material is shock-absorbing, allowing your knee, hip and spine joints to be protected.


      RUN & WALK IN SOLES TO HELP PREVENT PLANTAR FASCIITIS

      It's important to prevent your feet from excessive strain when performing activities such as running. Running puts pressure on your feet which can cause plantar fasciitis. 

      Take a look at this animation showing the inside of the insoles and our weightflex technology.

      HUGE AMOUNT OF BOOST, VERY COMFORTABLE ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 

      "Very comfortable insole, provides good support for your foot. Very easy to slip it into the shoes and fits perfectly." - Fangsheng L.

      CAN I WALK WITH PLANTAR FASCIITIS?


      Walking will definitely help with plantar fasciitis and is possible. While you may not be able to walk at the pace and distance that you did before having plantar fasciitis, you can slowly work up to your regular speed.

       

      HOW TO TREAT PAIN CAUSED BY PLANTAR FASCIITIS?

      • Rest. Give your feet plenty of rest to help ease the stress and tension being put on it.
      • Insoles and correct footwear. Orthotics and shoes with good support and cushioning will be highly beneficial.
      • Allied Health Professional Treatment. Your physiotherapist or podiatrist may prescribe you with specific stretching and strengthening exercises
      • Anti-inflammatory medicines. Medications may be prescribed by your doctor to ease pain and inflammation
      • Severe or persistent should be investigated by your doctor or podiatrist.

        Play it safe: Consult a doctor if you experience unusually intense and persistent feet pain.