Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis (PF), a type of heel pain ("heel pain"), is the most common cause of heel pain, accounting for 80% of all patients with heel pain; it refers to After weight-bearing caused by strain and degeneration, the pain under the heel extends from the inner side of the root bone to the sole of the foot.

The effects of plantar fasciitis:

Heel pain can affect daily walking and other aspects. In severe cases, severe tingling will be felt during walking, leading to gait deformation, and due to movement deformation, it will affect the overall biological force line and aggravate the wear of other joints or parts of the body. Lead to other diseases caused by abnormal biological force lines;

In professional athletes, it is more obvious that heel pain can cause deformation of running or other sports postures, which can lead to movement errors while suffering pain, which directly affects sports performance and increases sports risks.

How do insoles solve this problem:

Through the fitting of orthopedic insoles, the pressure distribution of the plantar can be reconstructed, and the load of each structure of the plantar can be optimized to make it in or close to the normal biomechanical distribution state, so that the impact of the ground reaction force on the plantar can be reduced when the patient is standing or walking. shock.

The support of the arch of the foot can relax the plantar fascia, reduce the traction on the plantar fascia and its attachment points during weight bearing, so that the damaged fascia can be rested and repaired.

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