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Archxerciser Foot Strengthening Device : Great for Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spur Syndrome

Archxerciser Foot Strengthening Device : Great for Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spur Syndrome

Compact, lightweight design allows you to take it anywhere.
Valuable tool for foot therapy. Works wonders to relieves sore feet.
Helpful in foot ailments particularly plantar fasciitis, heel spur syndrome and post-op rehab.
Useful to rehabilitate the foot after common foot surgeries such as austin bunionectomy
Helps [...]

Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)

June 6, 2010 by apainintheheel  
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Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)

Heel cradle and platform guards heel on impact
Strong springy supports calibrated for comfort
EVA casing for long life from heel to toe
Heat and slip reducing fabric for dryness

Encapsulated with two new foams the orthotic shell has satisfied more than a million consumers. Hypurcel foam that maintains its [...]

Brown Medical Stretch X Tension Night Splint, Medium

Brown Medical Stretch X Tension Night Splint, Medium

Supportive internal framework
Soft, comfortable exterior
Attractive retail packaging
Simple crisscross tension straps

Plantar Fasciitis is the most commonly diagnosed source of heel pain. The primary symptom is pain on the bottom of the heel, usually worse in the morning with a tendency to intensify over time. Night splints offer an [...]

Dr. Scholl’s Tri-Comfort Orthotics Inserts, Women’s Size 6-10, 1-Pair Packages (Pack of 3)

June 3, 2010 by apainintheheel  
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Dr. Scholl’s Tri-Comfort Orthotics Inserts, Women’s Size 6-10, 1-Pair Packages (Pack of 3)

Comfortable 3/4-length design allows toes to move freely and fits easily in shoe
Unique FlexiSpring arch provides customized support
Comfort cushions in ball-of-foot and heel reduce impact and fatigue
Fits dress shoes, sneakers, and casual shoes

Clinically proven heel, arch, and ball-of-foot pain relief.. 1 Pair Women’s [...]

Women’s Merrell Heather (9 M in Citrus)

June 1, 2010 by apainintheheel  
Filed under Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis

Women’s Merrell Heather (9 M in Citrus)

Women’s Merrell, Heather slide
Cut in all the right places, this soft, lightweight slider keeps your foot centered
and comfortable while you get centered outside.
plush microfiber wraps the footbed
Lycra neoprene lining pads the leather upper

Merrell Women’s Heather Slide Sandals support your steps with the stability and comfort of Q-Form technology [...]

Birkenstock Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis Pain

Enjoy this Guest Post by Mitchell Hagler, president of Richard York of Riverhead, Inc. [dba: Richard York Shoes] in Southampton, NY
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Being a full service comfort shoe store owner is a mixed blessing for me — a fellow plantar fasciitis sufferer. You might think that the physician would be able to heal thyself, [...]

Strassburg Sock

The Strassburg Sock is used to treat Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Heel Pain and Tight Calf Muscles. 
The device consists of a tubular knit material that fits “over the calf” with 2 attached adjustable straps to maintain the foot in a neutral to slightly stretched position. When worn at night the device will apply a force [...]

Strassburg Sock Review

I have tried all kinds of treatments for my plantar fasciitis but using the Strassburg Sock seems to be working well for me. If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, heel pain, heel spurs, tight calves or achilles tendonitis this is an inexpensive treatment that I totally recommend.
The Strassbug sock is different from other types of night boots, braces [...]

What You Need to Know about the Best Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis

January 25, 2010 by apainintheheel  
Filed under Heel Pain - Plantar Fasciitis

 
 
Enjoy this Guest Post by Bret Rasmussen CEO/Owner Kuru Footwear
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Do you have a sharp, stabbing pain in your foot? Is the pain worse in the morning? There’s a good chance you may be suffering from plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is one of the few foot problems that can creep up [...]

Heel Spur or Plantar Fasciitis?

January 21, 2010 by apainintheheel  
Filed under Heel Pain - Plantar Fasciitis

Excruciating heel pain is usually caused by a number of things, and among those are plantar fasciitis and heel spurs. Plenty of doctors and patients alike confuse the conditions heel spur and plantar fasciitis. While they are related to each other, the aren’t the same conditions. Around 70 percent of patients who have plantar fasciitis [...]

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