Wearing the right shoes can help alleviate the symptoms of plantar fasciitis and provide greater comfort and mobility. In this blog, we will dive into some features to focus on when choosing plantar fasciitis shoes
Adequate Arch support: Shoes that provide adequate arch support can help reduce the stress on the plantar fascia and alleviate pain and discomfort in the foot.
Cushioning: Shoes with a thick, shock-absorbing sole or a cushioned insole to help reduce the impact of walking or standing.
Heel support: Look for shoes with a stiff heel counter that doesn't collapse when you press on it.
Wide toe box: Wide toe box shoes can be extremely helpful for people with plantar fasciitis as it can help reduce pain in the ball of the foot.
Lightweight: Heavy shoes can put additional stress on the foot and exacerbate plantar fasciitis symptoms.
Good fit: Make sure to try on shoes and walk around in them before making a purchase, in case the shoe is too tight or loose.
FitVille High/Low top Rebound Core, Stride Core, EasyTop Wings V2 and Briskwalk recovery shoes provide excellent arch support, cushioning, and a firm heel counter while also being lightweight and comfortable.
In conclusion, choosing the right shoes can make a big difference in managing plantar fasciitis symptoms. Look for shoes with good arch support, cushioning, a firm heel counter, a wide toe box, and a good fit.