Today, we’re going to talk about the best shoes and inserts for plantar fasciitis. You will see what type of shoes are best, what to look for in those shoes, and what type of inserts will be helpful and why. So check out the video below to learn more.
Did you know that plantar fasciitis is the most common foot issue? Around 10% of the population has to deal with this ailment.
And it’s not always caused by running or athletic endeavors.
In fact, there are industries where it tends to be more prevalent than others.
Treating plantar fasciitis can be a very frustrating experience as well.
But the first step is getting it diagnosed by a doctor so you can know for sure that you are dealing with PF.
Once you know for sure, there are many ways you can treat it.
One of the simplest ways is to wear the best shoes and inserts for your feet.
That being said, there’s a good chance that your current shoes are not helping. In all likelihood, they’re probably making it worse.
But when you look for the best shoes and inserts, you have to know what will actually help.
Just because a commercial says a soft insert will be best for you does not mean it will.
In fact, a soft insert could be the worst thing for you.
So to find what works best, you’ll need shoes that have specific features, such as a strong heel counter, good cushioning, and a rocker.
Not all shoes have this.
Many times, you’ll need an insert too.
The inserts will generally need a deeper heel cup, and a way to support your arch.
And in the video above, you’ll see more details about why.
But the only way to know for sure what the best shoe and insert are for your feet is to try them on and have them fitted.
Without a professional fitting, you’ll just be shooting in the dark and hoping it will work.
And if your plantar fascia pain is really getting to you and you need help with it, I can help you find the best shoes and inserts for your feet.
If you’d like my help, scroll down below and schedule an appointment.
Once you do that, I’ll be able to help you find the best shoes and inserts for plantar fasciitis pain.