Arch Pain (Plantars Fasciitis)

Products to Treat Plantars Fasciitis Arch Pain

The term arch pain (often referred to as Plantars Fasciitis) refers to an inflammation and/or burning sensation at the arch of the foot. The plantar fascia is a broad band of fibrous tissue located along the bottom surface of the foot, that runs from the heel to the forefoot. The planter fascia can become inflamed due to over-pronation (flat feet) which causes the arch pain.

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The major cause of arch pain is plantar fasciitis (inflammation of the muscle that runs along the bottom of the foot). Plantar fasciitis is caused by excessive stretching of the plantar fascia, usually due to over-pronation (flat feet).The inflammation caused by the plantar fascia being stretched away from the heel, often leads to pain in the heel and arch areas.

Avoid high-heeled shoes whenever possible. Purchase high quality insoles or arch supports to take pressure and pain away from the arch. Additionally, you might want to try a Night Splint to apply a mild stretch to the muscle while you sleep.

Plantar Fasciitis can make even everyday tasks like walking around more difficult. More importantly, without the proper treatment, your arch pain will only get worse. At Orthotic Shop, we’ll help you find the best way to comfortably on your feet again with insoles for plantar fasciitis. We offer a variety of orthotic shoes, boots, and sandals with supportive arches that keep your weight distributed evenly.

If you already have a favorite pair of shoes, orthotic inserts for plantar fasciitis can let you wear what you want while treating your foot condition. From premade inserts made by premier brands such as Amfit, Arch Mold, and Archcrafters, to custom kits that allow you to have an insole that’s uniquely your own, we offer orthopedic plantar fasciitis insoles for any lifestyle and budget. Having collapsed arches doesn’t mean that every step has to be a painful one. Find the supportive inserts your plantar fasciitis needs with Orthotic Shop.