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Your plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot. It connects your heel to your five toes. When the ankle rolls inward it elongates and overstretches the plantar fascia, causing tearing and inflammation.
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Plantar fasciitis can develop from many differing lifestyle variables including too much exercise, not enough exercise, unsupportive footwear, and tight Achilles tendons or calf muscles. People with genetically poor biomechanics, flat feet or very high arches are predisposed to plantar fasciitis.


People with plantar fasciitis experience severe, stabbing heel pain often in the morning with moderate aches throughout the day. Sharp pain can return after standing from a seated position, or when standing for a prolonged period of time. Tightness of the calf muscle and Achilles tendon makes it difficult to flex the foot. Plantar fasciitis patients often develop heel spurs – calcium deposits jolting out from the heel bone – due to the pulling of the plantar fascia away from the bone.


Our insoles work to heal plantar fasciitis through proper alignment. When your feet are aligned, stress and strain are taken off of the plantar fascia. Your muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints can relax into a more natural position with every step. We’ve had many patients come to us after exhausting all options to find that Arch Mobility helped alleviate pain more than custom orthotics and cortisone shots. We offer a 90-day Love them or your money back guarantee to make sure that you are 100% satisfied with your insoles. You can purchase them here



The foot moves in three planes of motion – up and down, side to side, and rotationally. So, our insoles are designed with a three point system. Our proven tri-planar technology aligns your body with every step you take. We don’t try to correct the problem of misalignment by placing an artificial arch under your foot. We go further by controlling the rotation of your ankle. We move your ankle into a more aligned position up to 32% more, reduce over-pronation up to 27%, and align your tibia (shin) into a more aligned position up to 40% more than the average insole. Learn more about the science behind our insoles.


Insoles will help support the soles of your feet and reduce tension on your plantar fascia.

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View stretches to reduce pain and speed up recovery time.

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With two fingers, apply pressure in a circular motion to any tight knots or lumps in the plantar fascia.

Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation can help reduce pain and inflammation.