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    Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief

    Pain on the bottom of your foot that feels sharp, or feels like a burning or stabbing pain can be excruciating when you walk or get out of the bed in the morning.

    If this sounds familiar, you could have plantar fasciitis, a condition caused by inflammation or a tear of the plantar fascia that runs from your five toes to the heel on the bottom of the foot. When the ankle rolls inward or outward, it elongates and over-stretches the plantar fascia, causing tearing and inflammation.

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    Plantar Fasciitis Success Stories

    Real Protalus customers who used to suffer from Plantar Fasciitis

    Real Protalus customers who used to suffer from Plantar Fasciitis

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    Why does plantar fasciitis cause so much pain?

    With every step you take, the plantar fascia along the bottom of your foot elongates when accommodating the weight of your body. This is a natural part of movement, and is a necessary part of healthy foot function. However, this fascia can become inflamed, especially when poor foot posture is combined with overuse. The pain you feel is the lengthening of inflamed tissue.

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    Did you know that people with flat feet or very high arches are at high risk for plantar fasciitis?

    Other risk factors for plantar fasciitis include: obesity, age, being on your feet long hours of the day, and wearing high heels.

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    How can plantar fasciitis pain be eliminated?

    The first step in combating plantar fasciitis is to reduce the activity that makes it worse. This means spending less time on your feet, and avoiding exercise such as long distance running, dancing, and jumping activities. Second, giving your feet the support they need with proper footwear. By repositioning the foot into a more neutral state, Protalus insoles guide the foot through healthy ranges of motion, while avoiding overpronation and oversupination. With the foot now properly supported, strain is reduced in tissues such as the plantar fascia and achilles tendon, relieving symptoms of pain and discomfort.

    Most people think that by adding more cushion under their feet, they will feel relief from plantar fasciitis... however it takes more than a pillow to help the pain and suffering caused by this condition.

    Protalus Insoles

    There is an effective way to address your plantar fasciitis pain: Protalus Insoles

    Our patented technology utilizes Contour, Cushion, and Control to focus on the cause of back pain rather than the symptoms, creating the Protalus Comfort System. Protalus has been designed to help your body maintain a neutral ankle joint position while still allowing full ranges of healthy movement. Proper joint alignment improves movement efficiency, reduces fatigue, and prevents injury and plantar fasciitis pain, so you can get back to doing what you love.

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    Tips For Combatting Plantar Fasciitis Pain

    • Rest

    The first step in recovery is reducing the activity that makes the issue worse.

    • Ice

    Icing the area can help reduce swelling and inflammation, expediting the healing process.

    • Physical Therapy

    Muscle strengthening, gait assessments, and other therapeutic interventions can be invaluable for helping pain associated with movement.

    • Use Protalus Insoles In Your Shoes

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