Plantar Faciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a disorder of the connective tissue which supports the arch of the foot.  Commonly, this thick band of tissue has tears that need support, and time to heel. Unfortunately, we are all out living our lives and don’t have time to be off our feet for extended periods of time.  Therefore, it is necessary to remedy the situation with some type of support beyond what any shoe manufacturer is able to provide.

Since shoes need to offer generic insoles – so as not to turn off a potential customer – it is incumbent upon us as wearers to find our own.  Your Shoe Domain is here to help.  We take the time necessary to help people in pain each and every week.  We have a number of potential solutions before you end up spending hundreds of dollars on specially made orthotics.  We make no claim other than to say we win more than we lose.  More often than not we are able to help customers with foot pain.  Please feel free to give us a call or stop in for a few minutes to try some insole options.  Support is the most common successful treatment to plantar faciitis and Your Shoe Domain is an option that may surprise you.   

2 Comments

  1. Hello! I am wondering if you do any type of shoe stretching? I just purchased a new pair of Brooks and one of the shoes is fairly tight on me. Also, I’ve recently had some issues with one of my feet … Almost seems like plantar fasciitis, so I was just reading your article. I wonder if I should be looking into inserts? How much do these typically cost please? And also how much is the stretching? Thank you thank you thank you for your time!
    Kind regards,
    Julie Miland

    1. Hi Julie…sorry I missed your note here. The left foot is larger for 75% of people…most are right handed and counter balance creates this phenomenon. The shoe can be stretched – I can send you an actual stretcher ($15) or you can take to a local repair. If you are getting some heel pain it is most likely Plantar Fasciitis and an insert will help. By supporting the main tendon (plantar fascia) you allow any small tears to heel. You can call at 612-286-2166 if chatting will help. Thanks. -John

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