Features of ProFoot Plantar Fasciitis Heel Cup Insoles
- Patented arch designed to specifically support the entire plantar fascia and transfer pressure off painful heels
- A deep heel cup provides support & stability that helps distribute weight during movement
- The deep heel cup helps to stabilize and support the foot, reducing strain on the plantar fascia and providing additional cushioning
- The heel cup can be easily trimmed to fit most shoe types and sizes
- Gel heel insert absorbs shock and provides added heel protection
When to use this Heel Cup?
- General heel pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Achilles tendonitis
- Heel spurs
- Shin splints
- Sever's disease
- Hip pain
- Back pain
- Arthritis in leg and knee joints
- Heel bruises
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is plantar fasciitis?
Plantar fasciitis is a common condition that causes pain and inflammation in the heel and arch of the foot. It occurs when the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot, becomes strained or damaged.
How do ProFoot Heel Cup Insoles work?
ProFoot Plantar Fasciitis Heel Cup Insoles are designed to provide relief from plantar fasciitis pain and discomfort. The deep heel cup and raised arch support help to stabilize and support the foot, reducing strain on the plantar fascia and providing additional cushioning.
How do I know this will fit in my shoes?
ProFoot Heel Cup are designed to fit most shoe types and sizes. They can be easily trimmed to fit if necessary.
Can I wear ProFoot Plantar Fasciitis Heel Cup with my own orthotics?
It is not recommended to wear with other orthotics as it may affect the level of support provided and the fit of the shoe.
Can ProFoot Plantar Fasciitis Insoles be worn all day?
Yes, This can be worn all day. However, it is recommended to gradually increase the amount of time worn to allow the foot to adjust to the new support.
How often should I replace this Heel Cup?
It is recommended to replace ProFoot Plantar Fasciitis Heel Cup Insoles every 6 months or when they show signs of wear and tear.