If you have a sharp, stabbing pain under your foot, near the heel, then you are suffering from a common complaint called Plantar Fasciitis.
Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation caused by excessive stretching of your Plantar Fascia, the thick band of tissue that runs underneath your foot connecting the heel bone to the toes.
The pain usually worsens after exercise rather than during and can be at its most acute when you take your first few steps in the morning.
This common condition is caused by over-pronation (flattening of the foot) and is routinely treated to great effect with arch-support insoles that reduce the stresses on the Plantar Fascia and cure your heel pain.
Non-supportive insoles will be ineffective. The most effective insoles will be size specific with deep heel cup and accurate arch profile.
The following insoles for Plantar Fasciitis are from our clinical range which is in use throughout the UK podiatry profession.
Use them with confidence.