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Best Shoes for Arthritic Feet

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It's a staggering fact: over 49% of adults aged 65 and older in the U.S. are contending with arthritis. This serves as a compelling call to action, emphasizing the need to address arthritis as we gracefully age. Now let's set out on a journey to comprehensively understand and conquer this condition.

What Is Arthritis?

Arthritis is a term used to describe a group of inflammatory conditions that affect the joints. It can cause pain, stiffness, and swelling in the affected areas. Arthritis can vary in severity, and there are numerous types, each with its unique characteristics.

Most Common Types: Arthritis comes in many forms, but some of the most common types include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout. Each type has distinct characteristics and may affect different joints and age groups.

Causes and Risk Factors

Arthritis can develop for various reasons. Some individuals may develop arthritis due to genetic factors, while others may develop it as a result of injury, infection, or wear and tear on the joints. Age, obesity, and gender can also play a role in the development and progression of arthritis.

Symptoms and Diagnosis

Symptoms of arthritis can range from joint pain and stiffness to swelling and decreased range of motion. Attempting to self-diagnose a foot condition, including arthritis, can be unreliable as similar symptoms exist across various foot problems. Common signs like pain, swelling, stiffness, and reduced range of motion can indicate arthritis, but they are not exclusive to it. Consulting a healthcare professional, such as a podiatrist or rheumatologist, is essential for accurate diagnosis. A healthcare provider can diagnose arthritis through a combination of a physical examination, medical history review, and imaging tests like X-rays or MRI scans.


The treatment of arthritis depends on the type and severity of the condition. Treatment options may include medications to reduce pain and inflammation, physical therapy to improve joint function, and lifestyle changes such as weight management and exercise.

Exercises and Stretches

Regular exercises and stretches can help individuals with arthritis maintain joint flexibility and reduce pain. Gentle range-of-motion exercises, strength training, and flexibility exercises tailored to the specific condition can be particularly beneficial. Consultation with a physical therapist or healthcare professional is advisable to create a personalized exercise plan.


While some forms of arthritis may not be preventable, lifestyle choices can play a significant role in reducing the risk and managing the condition. Maintaining a healthy weight, staying active, and protecting your joints from injury are essential components of arthritis prevention.

Anatomy of a Flat Feet Shoe

A shoe designed for individuals with arthritis takes into consideration the unique needs of those dealing with joint pain and inflammation:

Cushioning and Support

Arch Support & Heel Cushioning
These shoes offer extra cushioning and support, especially in areas prone to discomfort. This additional cushioning helps reduce pressure on sensitive joints and provides shock absorption, making each step more comfortable.

Stability and Traction

Arch Support & Heel Cushioning
Arthritis-friendly shoes often feature enhanced stability and improved traction. This helps individuals maintain balance and confidence while walking, reducing the risk of falls and injuries.

Proper Fit

Arch Support & Heel Cushioning
Ensuring that shoes are properly fitted is crucial for those with arthritis. Professional measurements help find the right size and width, ensuring that the cushioning, support, and stability features align correctly with the individual's unique foot shape and arthritis-related needs.

Why Fitville?

● Comfort+™ Technology

FitVille Comfort+™ technology puts comfort in motion. This advance technology follows the contour of your feet to enhance your movement. With Comfort+™, EVA materials transform into our dual density solid soles.The state change from just EVA material into a dual density sole is like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. It’s not only magic, but also scientifically proven. Our extra cushioning shoes delivers a greater extent of comfort-in-motion.

Comfort+™ Technology
PropelCore™ Technology
● PropelCore™ Technology

FitVille’s PropelCore™ technology turns selected materials into a ergonomic design. Our patented PropelCore™ technology is a dynamic totality of the five core components: dual density sole, anti-skid rubber, heel ring, removable insoles, shock absorbing pad. PropelCore™ is our secret weapon in creating the most supportive shoes. Your footwear experience empowered by PropelCore™ would be surprisingly steady.

● ErgoFit™ Technology

Empowered by ErgoFit™ technology, FitVille shoes are of ergonomic designs that give you the amazing footwear experience. Springy cushioning minimizes impact and maximizes stability. You’ll feel no pain when you move in FitVille shoes. Anatomical arch support makes your ankles more stable, keeps your feet in the proper position and shape to be fully functional. The wide toe box allows your feet to move comfortably. We are proud to serve you the well-crafted healing shoes supported by ErgoFit ™ technology.

ErgoFit™ Technology