Ease plantar fasciitis symptoms with the best, most supportive plantar fasciitis shoes.
Foot pain associated with plantar fasciitis can be difficult to deal with. That is why Propét has designed plantar fasciitis shoes in a variety of styles that provide exceptional support and comfort.
When you shop Propét Footwear, you can rest assured that you are purchasing protective and stylish footwear designed to comfort foot complications due to health problems (like plantar fasciitis or overpronation), injury, or overuse.
Look for styles that feature our DuroCloud™ tech icon. These styles have foam embedded in the footbed to provide the highest energy return for consistent forward momentum when walking, making these the best shoes for plantar fasciitis.
Many of our shoes also come with removable insoles for your custom orthotics to make them even more plantar fascia friendly. Browse our selection of best selling shoes in both men’s and women’s styles by clicking the links above.
What are the best shoes for plantar fasciitis? If you need help or have questions about the shoes, don't hesitate to call our customer care representatives. When it comes to the health and comfort of your feet, we’re always ready and happy to help.
How To Relieve Plantar Fasciitis Pain
There are many ways to relieve pain associated with plantar fasciitis that can easily be put into practice.
-Regularly stretch and massage the foot arch gently.
-Rest and raise feet when the soles and heels start aching.
-Place an ice pack at the arch of the foot.
-Wear footwear for plantar fasciitis that include cushioned heels and arch support.
-Invest in cushioned insoles.
-Those are just a few ways that plantar fasciitis pain can be relieved, and at Propét Footwear, we’ve designed shoes to specifically help manage and prevent plantar fasciitis pain.
In severe cases, surgery may be necessary. However, it does not need to come to that. It is possible to be proactive by prioritizing foot health before a foot ailment like plantar fasciitis becomes a major issue. Shop the best arch support shoes here on this page.
If you are experiencing pain in the heel or arch of your foot, it is important to see a doctor or other healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment. Ignoring the pain or continuing to participate in activities that cause the pain may lead to further damage and prolonged recovery.