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Plantar Fasciitis Orthotics, Braces and Sleeves

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It is an inflammation of the band of tissue and ligaments that connects the hell to the toes. It is common in people who spend the majority of their days on their feet and it also frequently affects athletes or those who lead active lifestyles. Fortunately, there are a number of different plantar fasciitis treatment options that can help reduce pain and make the condition more manageable.

Plantar Fasciitis Braces and Orthosis Sleeves

Plantar fasciitis braces and orthosis sleeves provide added support to the middle of the foot, particularly the arch of the foot. These braces and orthotic sleeves can help your foot maintain a natural, comfortable shape, thus reducing the amount of pain. Many of these braces and sleeves can be customised to fit your individual foot shape.

Plantar Fasciitis Pad Sleeves

Plantar fasciitis pads sleeves feature a soft pad that cushions the arch of the foot. This reduces the amount of pressure that your foot experiences with each step. Some of these pads feature medium to high density foam and some feature a gel substance. Many of them feature adjustable bands so that you can ensure they do not slip out of position during the course of the day.

Plantar Fasciitis Insoles

Plantar fasciitis insoles are designed to go inside of your shoes and keep your feet in a comfortable position that does not damage the ligaments. You can find them in general sizes and you can also have some of them customised to suit the unique size and shape of your foot. Insoles are designed for everyday wear.

Plantar Fasciitis Socks

Plantar fasciitis socks are specifically designed to cradle and support the parts of the foot responsible for plantar fasciitis pain. Some of these socks are compression socks which exert pressure over the foot. Others feature extra padding in the affected areas. Plantar Fasciitis socks are a good choice for those who experience mild to moderate pain, as well as those who only experience this pain occasionally.

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