Relieve the pain of plantar fasciitis with biomechanically customised insoles

What is Plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is a form of heel pain and is the most common cause of heel pain, accounting for 80% of all heel pain patients. It generally refers to pain under the heel caused by strain and degeneration after weight bearing extending from the medial aspect of the root bone to the bottom of the foot.

Effects of plantar fasciitis.

Heel pain can affect aspects of daily walking. In severe cases, a sharp stabbing pain is felt when walking, resulting in a deformed gait. It also affects the overall biomechanical forces and increases wear and tear on other joints or body parts due to movement deformities. This can lead to other diseases caused by abnormal biomechanical forces.
In professional athletes, it is more evident that heel pain can lead to deformations in athletic posture, which can lead to movement errors while suffering pain, directly affecting performance and increasing risk during exercise.

How orthotic insoles solve this problem

Through the fit of the orthopaedic insole, the pressure distribution on the sole of the foot is rebuilt and the various structures of the sole are optimised to be at or near normal biomechanical distribution so that the effect of ground reaction forces when the patient stands or walks, the forces on the sole of the foot can be reduced.
The support of the arch relaxes the plantar fascia and reduces the traction on the plantar fascia and its attachment points during weight bearing, allowing the damaged fascia to rest and repair.


Senthmetic biomechanically tailored insoles use the BodyFitAi® artificial intelligence engine and senthmetic's flexible fabric sensors to sense the precise forces on your foot and use ArchQuich to quickly customise them to form an insole that fits your foot perfectly and supports you where you need it.

For many people suffering from plantar fasciitis, the solution is Senthmetic.

ArchQuich Quick Tailor technology fits well to the arch and balances the biological force lines of the lower limb.
Microfibre suede offers superb comfort with an overall softness for those who stand and walk a lot, greatly relieving the stress of carrying weight while keeping the foot dry and breathable.
The Aosolite provides double insurance for underfoot comfort with its air perforated construction that effectively absorbs sweat, inhibits bacterial growth and cushions shock absorption.
PVC plate arch support stimulates plantar response and improves reaction time, while the crossed arch structure maintains foot balance and requires initial break-in due to its supportive malleability.
The skeletonised heel treatment disperses the pressure on the heel from bone spurs and radicular pain, greatly reducing the forces on the heel and relieving heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis. The result is that our biomechanical insoles are loved and trusted by many customers.

Find your ideal insole here.

Senthmetic biomechanically customised insoles use the BodyFit AI artificial intelligence engine and senthmetic flexible fabric sensors to sense the precise forces on your foot and use ArchQuich to quickly customise them to form an insole that fits your foot perfectly and supports you where you need it.

  • Perfect fit

  • Prevents Injury

  • Pain relief

  • Senthmetic ArchQuick 3 Minute Personalized Custom Fit.

  • STEP 1

    Remove the insoles of your shoes if they are removable. Place the orthotics in the shoes and check for fit. Trim the front end of the orthotics to fit the shoes if necessary.

  • STEP 2

    Warm up your insoles in hot water or in any oven (Do Not Microwave). Remove the orthotics after heating time is up.

  • STEP 3

    Place the orthotics in the shoes and put the shoes on. Press your toes against the wall to help lift your toes and hold for 10 seconds to make the insole fit your arch perfectly.

  • STEP 4

    Remove othotics and cool naturally. Your orthotics are now ready for use and can be transferred to other shoes that have a similar shape.

Tip: We have prepared an arch type test paper, you just need to wet your feet and stand on the paper to observe your arch type.

WARNING - Not intended for persons with severe foot deformities or circulatory disorders resulting in infections or foot ulcerations. Consult your podiatrist or medical professional before using. Always consult a medical professional when experiencing persistent pain, discomfort, or swelling.