FootReviver™ Plantar fasciitis insoles
Are you suffering from pain in your arches that is sore and tender to the touch? This could be a sign that you have plantar fasciitis. Keeping weight and strain off your arches by correcting biomechanical imbalances in your feet is the most effective treatment for plantar fasciitis and these insoles do just that!
- Rigid arch support that keeps your foot in the optimal position helps to eliminate excessive pronation a leading cause of plantar fasciitis. Perfect for people who are on their feet for long periods or suffer from arch and heel pain. Arch support also helps to better support your arch and prevent straining and over stretching your plantar fascia.
- Inbuilt metatarsal pads supports the metatarsal bones and ball of your foot helping to get rid of ball of foot pain.
Shock absorbing materials help to deplete shock making these insoles perfect if you are a runner who want to avoid shock damaging you feet.
- Heel cup technology holds your heel in place improving balance, stability and prevents twisting and spraining of your ankle.
- Orthotic compression realigns the ligaments, tendons, joints and bones in your feet helping to make your feet function better and more efficiently.
- Each insole is made from shock absorbing materials providing comfort and protection to your whole foot.
- Pronation control technology helps prevent overpronation and supination (under pronation) from damaging your feet when you walk.
We are so confident in our insoles that we offer a full 30 day money back guarantee. Which means if your are not 100% satisfied with your new insoles or they fail to treat your plantar fasciitis you can return them to us within 30 days of receiving them. We will then give you a full refund. No questions asked.
These insoles support and protect you feet and are ideal if you suffer from plantar fasciitis.
What is plantar fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury that affects the plantar fascia ligament found in your foot. If you have plantar fasciitis you will experience mild to severe foot pain in the arch and heel of your foot.
The arch of the your foot is formed by a ligament called the plantar fascia. This ligament is designed to support your foot as well as shift weight and propel you forward as you walk. It is also one of the strongest ligaments found in your body. Continual shock, pressure and overstretching to the plantar fascia can damage this ligament resulting in pain and inflammation. When this occurs it is to as plantar fasciitis. This foot condition can also make you unable to walk as your foot will not be able to support your body weight with causing pain.
If you have plantar fasciitis one of the most common causes is that you have a biomechanical imbalance in one or both of your feet. Biomechanical imbalances affect the function of your feet resulting in excessive strain and pressure that can damage them.
One of the most common biomechanical imbalances is over pronation. Pronation is a natural part of the gait cycle and occurs when your heel strikes the ground and your foot rotates inwards. Over pronation is when the foot rotates inwards and excessive amount, this can cause the plantar fascia to become overstretched and damaged.
It should be noted that biomechanical imbalances in your feet can have a significant effect on your overall posture and can cause problems and pain in other parts of your body such as your hips and lower back. Which means getting rid of any biomechanical imbalances even if you do not have any foot problems is important.
Biomechanical imbalances are not the only cause of plantar fasciitis other things such as obesity, wearing poorly fitted shoes or having flat or high arched feet can affect your foot function or place the arch under greater strain leaving you at a greater risk of developing plantar fasciitis.
Frequently asked questions
How can insoles help you?
Orthotic insoles can be used to help treat plantar fasciitis and help you get back on your feet. Orthotic insoles are ergonomically designed to realign and correct the function of your feet. One of the ways that these insoles do this is by utilising inbuilt arch support. Arch support is designed to help take the strain off your plantar fascia and prevent excessive pronation in your feet during the gait cycle. This can help to ease pain, boost recovery and make sure that your plantar fasciitis does not come back. Another thing that these orthotic insoles do is protect your feet from shock. When you have plantar fasciitis the plantar fascia’s ability to properly absorb shock and protect your foot from damage is inhibited. Orthotic insoles are made using medical grade shock absorbing materials to prevent shock from further damaging your feet whilst you recover.
Are these insoles just for people with plantar fasciitis?
No, not at all! These insoles are ideal for anyone looking to improve the function and overall health of their feet. These insoles are designed to tackle a whole range of different foot problems. Even if you do not have any particular foot injury or complaint wearing these insoles will help to improve the comfort of your shoes and help you to better look after your feet.
What shoes are best to wear these with?
You should make sure that you wear these insoles inside shoes that are not tight when you wear them and have plenty of room for both your feet and insole. Make sure that you also wear shoes that have a wide toe box, a supportive base and have a heel no higher than 2 centimetres.
I have flat feet will these insoles help me?
Yes they will! People with flat feet are more prone to developing biomechanical imbalances in their feet and are more susceptible to over stretching and over using their arches. These insoles have been equipped with orthotic arch support that helps to hold your arch in the correct place easing tension in your arch and making sure that your arch does not become damaged.
I suffer from ankle instability will these help me?
The inbuilt heel cup is uses orthotic technology to cup around your heel and Achilles tendon helping to improve the stability and balance in you heels and ankles. Orthotic compression will help to support and strengthen the supporting muscles in your ankle making them ideal for treating ankle instability.
What if these insoles are not for me? Can I return them?
If you are not 100% satisfied with your new pair of insoles then you are free to return them to us within 30 days of receiving your order. Simply send them back to us using the return address found on the package with a note indicating who you are and we promise to give you a FULL refund.