Good Shoes Are Important for Plantar Fasciitis

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Wearing good shoes at all times is very important in treating plantar fasciitis and avoiding it in the first place.  Sometimes wearing poorly fitting or constructed shoes can cause plantar fasciitis.

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Avoid walking barefoot or wearing flip-flops as the lack of cushioning for the heel can damage the plantar fascia.

Ideally, shoes should have no or minimal heel (for ladies, try to avoid any heels over 3 inches), a well-cushioned sole, and soft arch support.

Many shoes often lack the proper cushioning, particularly in the heel and forefoot, and do not provide the adequate amount of structural support around the arch and mid-foot.

With improved cushioning and support of good shoes, the strain on the heel and throughout the foot during exercise can be significantly reduced, helping to prevent plantar fasciitis.

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How to Choose Good Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis

The fit of a shoe is critical. Wearing shoes that are too small is likely to aggravate the symptoms of plantar fasciitis.

When shopping for shoes or trying on shoes that have been bought and delivered online, patients should ensure they do so late in the day. This is because as the day progresses, feet swell and become slightly larger than they are first thing in the morning.

Furthermore, people often have one foot that is slightly wider than the other. If this is true patients should check for proper fitting on the larger foot. It is better for shoes to be slightly too large (on the smaller foot) than vice versa.

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When trying on shoes, pay close attention to the cushioning and support of the arch, heel, and ball of your feet.

Shoes should obviously feel comfortable and there should be no points of pressure on any one part of the foot. Choose shoes with a slightly larger toe box to help avoid any problems with bunions or other toe complaints.

Plantar Fasciitis Shoes

Shoes for plantar fasciitis have devices incorporated into the actual sole of the shoe, allowing you to treat the condition without having to add special insoles.

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