PLANTAR FASCIITIS IS ONE OF THE MOST COMMON CAUSES OF FOOT PAIN
Plantar fasciitis is the stretching and
possible tearing of the plantar fascia ligament that runs from
the heel bone to the metatarsal bones on the bottom of the foot.
Small tears in the ligament cause inflammation and pain in the
heel region and arch. The condition is commonly triggered by
lack of underfoot support, fatigue and improper footwear.
Pain from plantar fasciitis can be reduced
or prevented by wearing a firm, supportive insole like Superfeet.
The underfoot support will begin to stabilize the bone structure
of the foot, helping to slow pronation and over-stretching of
the plantar fascia ligament.