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What Solution Works Best For Those Managing Pain Caused By Plantar Fasciitis?

Custom Insoles can relieve the pain in your lower back, knee, and feet that are caused by Plantar Fasciitis. At Corefit Orthotics, we provide medical grade orthotics & arch supports. Unlike many other products of this kind, our insoles are firm, which works best for plantar fasciitis and many other podiatric conditions.

When your feet receive the proper support, the pain decreases considerably. Our inserts help realign your posture, which can make you feel much more relief in a short period of time. Soft, jelly-like products not only fail in providing relief but also provide no support. At best, they’re cushioning, however, this does not address the pains.

An insight on Plantar Fasciitis

As one of the most common sources of heel pain is caused by plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot that connects your toes to your heel’s bone. This condition provokes a stabbing pain felt from the very first step out of bed every day. This ache usually goes on during the day, especially if you have to stand up for long periods of time.

There are several risk factor to consider plantar fasciitis, like:

  • Age: People around 40 and 60 have more proclivity to suffer this condition.
  • Activities like long distance running, ballistic jumping or ballet dancing might cause plantar fasciitis.
  • Obesity, as overweight can stress the plantar fascia.
  • Factory workers, teachers and other people in working positions that require a constant standing.
  • Flat-foot, high arch or abnormal pattern of walking.

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Get a quick, effective relief

Corefit Orthotics has been providing hand-crafted orthotics & arch supports since 1932. Unlike many other products in the industry, they’re firm and provide a medically backed solution to relieving pain caused by plantar fasciitis and other podiatric problems. They’re also easy to apply, as they just need to simmer in hot water for 90 seconds and adjusted to the shape of your feet. They also cost a fraction of your typical $300 or $500 custom orthotics & shoe inserts.

If you need more information or have any question about our products, please give us a call at (800) 672-4987 or send us an email to . We will be more than happy to assist you and clarify any concern you may have about our products.