Eliminate Your Plantar Fasciitis

Pain from plantar fasciitis can be debilitating. Those suffering from plantar fasciitis often experience major impacts to their lifestyle. It's time to experience relief!

Protalus T-100 Elite insoles for Plantar Fasciitis


Why "Arch Support" Insoles Have Not Worked For You

"The term 'arch support' is itself a sales tool rather than a functional description." - Martyn Shorten, Ph.D

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The plantar fascia is a tendon that runs along the bottom of your foot from the heel to the ball of your foot. It is what sets the tension for the arch and is not meant to be a weight-bearing structure, that is a job for the heel. However, when your body is not resting it's weight properly on the heel due to a misalignment at the ankle or above, weight can shift to the plantar fascia. Just like a block stacking game where the blocks slowly go off center from the base, the weight will eventually topple the block tower. But you don't topple, because other parts of you body take on the job of helping you balance. This added tension and pressure can cause pain and inflammation. That is why pushing up into the plantar fascia with more aggressive arch support does not correct the original issue: the misalignment at the ankle and the improper distribution of pressure.

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Unlike other insole companies, Protalus aligns the ankle from the hindfoot, which brings the structures of the foot into their correct positions. This allows the foot to do it's job properly and bear weight and pressure as it was intended to, taking the strain of a misaligned skeleton off the plantar fascia. This gives your plantar fascia a chance to heal, instead of just masking your symptoms.

If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, try our insoles today.

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Clinically Recognized

Dr Nick Romansky
“Heel pain can be caused by a number of conditions including neuritis, bursitis, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, heel spurs, and so on. Protalus insoles are the only insoles on the market that I have found to completely address the entire spectrum of factors that contribute to heel pain."
-Dr. Nick Romansky, D.P.M.