Plantar Fasciitis & Sole Care

In this range of our foot care products you'll find several options to reduce the pain and symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis. This is a condition that can bring constant, inconvenient pain. And we want to present you with a number of ways to lessen its effects. With these products, you go about everyday life with more comfort and support.

Aircast Airlift PTTD Ankle Brace

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£59.99
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PhysioRoom Compression Ankle Sleeve Sock

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£10.99
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PhysioRoom Foot Massage Roller

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£6.99
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PhysioRoom Gel Heel Cups - 1 x Pair

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£2.99
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PhysioRoom Plantar Fasciitis Dorsal Night Splint Support

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£24.99
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Ultimate Performance Ultimate Achilles Tendon Support

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£24.99
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Ultimate Performance Ultimate Plantar Fasciitis Sock

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£27.99
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FAQs

What To Do For Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief?

Heel supports and Plantar Fasciitis insoles support the inner arch of the foot. This helps to reduce stress, alleviate strain and help prevent the foot from over pronating. The extra support will relieve heel pain and prevent more symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis from developing.

Nighttime foot splints and plantar fasciitis socks are designed to promote healing following ankle surgery. They can also alleviate the symptoms of Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. These foot supports hold the foot comfortably in a controlled angle of dorsiflexion. When this stretch is sustained for a prolonged period (e.g. overnight) the plantar fascia is held in a better position for healing. Research has shown that night splinting is effective in relieving symptoms. This is true of over 80% of cases of plantar fasciitis. These night splints and supports are extremely lightweight too. This all means that you can wear them without disturbing your sleep.

Compression socks and plantar fasciitis supports that feature multi-zone compression. This helps to relieve swelling and discomfort. Heel cushioning helps provide impact protection. It also offers support and added comfort with every step. An integrated anatomic silicone insert provides pressure release and advanced cushioning. This enables the best support and relief. This helps protect and support the heel and foot during everyday, recreational and sporting activities. Plus, many of these supports can be worn all day, with or without footwear.

How Do I Prevent Plantar Fasciitis? (Shoes and Insoles)

Inadequate footwear is often implicated in Plantar Fasciitis. Shoes should provide adequate support for the foot. Unsuitable footwear can increase the strain of the Plantar Fascia. This can then lead to the development of inflammation. Insoles that support the arch on the inner side of the foot can be helpful for limiting excessive pronation. This can relieve stress on the Plantar Fascia and Achilles tendon.

Self-massage to the Calf muscles (Gastrocnemius and Soleus) can also help. Use a massage stick and perform strengthening exercises for the arch. This, combined with stretching are all effective ways of easing the symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis at home.

Plantar Fasciitis is a medical condition that causes pain around the foot's heel and arch. If left untreated, this can develop into chronic pain. Common symptoms include activity making the pain worse and even swelling. But with our foot care range, you can combat these symptoms and the problem altogether.

Comfort During Activities

Depending on the type of shoe you wear during daily activities, leisure or even sports activity, you may be contributing to your Plantar Fasciitis. You may be wearing too small a shoe size, causing strain and pressure on your feet. A good sports shoe and the proper shoe inserts and arch supports may be required. Shop from PhysioRoom's wide range of foot care products and get back to high-impact activities pain-free!

Foot Pain Management & Treatment

Flat feet may be a cause of arch pain and plantar fasciitis. This is due to the plantar fascia (the bit connecting your heel bone to your toes) being overstretched. Combine this with long periods of time where you're standing or active and you may feel the symptom of plantar fasciitis. These include a varying heel and arch pain level after activity or even at certain times of the day. Luckily for you, the treatment of plantar fasciitis may be as simple as a plantar fasciitis sock or nighttime splint.