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  • "I suffered from serious plantar fasciitis for about 2 years, After 3 days of wearing these shoes all day for walking, exercising, and casual wear, I can say that it has reduced my plantar fasciitis pain to ZERO. Even in the morning, I don't feel any pain. Highly recommend for anyone suffering from plantar fasciitis!"
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Goodbye, foot pain.

Best Slippers For Plantar Fasciitis Relief

Don’t let plantar fasciitis slow you down. Try our products designed by scientists to relieve pain from plantar fasciitis so you can move pain free.
  • "I suffered from serious plantar fasciitis for about 2 years, After 3 days of wearing these shoes all day for walking, exercising, and casual wear, I can say that it has reduced my plantar fasciitis pain to ZERO. Even in the morning, I don't feel any pain. Highly recommend for anyone suffering from plantar fasciitis!"
    • Ronald A.

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What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis Typically Causes a Stabbing Pain in The Bottom of Your Foot Near The Heel.
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?
The plantar fascia of your foot typically works to absorb shock and support your foot arch. However, repetitive stress and tension in this tissue can cause stretching and tearing, leading to pain. For runners, a sudden or drastic increase in mileage, the lack of proper arch support, or the use of worn-out shoes may be to blame. But according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, plantar fasciitis usually doesn’t have one definitive cause.
Those within the 40-60 year age range are most likely to develop plantar fasciitis. Dancers, runners, and other individuals that partake in sports that place extra stress on this part of the foot are also prone to developing this condition. This also goes for those who spend long periods of time on their feet throughout the day.
Occupations that require you to stand for most of the day can put you more at risk of developing plantar fasciitis. The weight distribution on your foot also impacts how much stress is placed on your plantar fascia. Those with flat feet, high arches, or abnormal walking patterns can be at risk for developing this condition.

How to Choose Slippers for Plantar Fasciitis

The Best Plantar Fasciitis Slippers Should Bend Gradually At The Ball of The Foot And Offer Some Resistance.
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?
It is especially importantto select the right typeof shoes if you suffer from Plantar Fasciitis, especially if you are an early-morning runner. Our expert advice to allay the symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis is to have proper support under your arches and sufficient cushioning under the heels and forefront of your feet.
In general, the best slippers for plantar fasciitis will fit correctly (i.e., not too small and wide enough to fit your foot comfortably) and have the right amount of support. “You'll want a shoe with a deep heel counter and plenty of midfoot arch support,” Carla Gamez, DPM, a podiatrist at Illinois Bone & Joint Institute (IBJI), tells SELF.
You should also consider shoes with orthotics or insoles that have substantial heel cups to help with cushioning and shock absorption to avoid heel pain. A good pair of insoles can have multiple benefits, such as providing shock absorption and comfort, while correcting malalignment and reducing foot fatigue.
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?

Solutions for Plantar Fasciitis Pain

The days of suffering from plantar fasciitis are over. We designed WalkHero® Arch Support Slippers for Plantar Fasciitis specifically for people who suffer pain from plantar fasciitis in the heel. With our line of slippers with arch support, you can rest easy knowing your feet are getting the help they need.
While heel and arch support are important, we also think that your shoes should be practical and stylish. That’s why all of our supportive slippers for plantar fasciitis have been designed in all the latest trends and styles, giving you complete freedom to express your true personality.
Whether you are looking for comfortable wedges for everyday wear or you’re shopping for the perfect strappy sandal for your weekly happy hour, our line of slippers for plantar fasciitis has everything you need.

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WALKHERO orthopedic slippers deliver excellent arch support without the need for thick inserts or expensive, custom orthotics.

Superior arch support starts with our patented Foot-Care™ technology, which delivers natural cushioning and dynamically hugs your heel with every step. Every foot is unique, and our built-in orthotic insoles adapt to fit your needs by being matched to your unique foot geometry for superior support with customized layers of cushioning and arch support.

For the greatest comfort, we recommend wearing your new WALKHERO footwear for just a few hours for the first few days to allow your feet to adjust to the new level of orthotic comfort and support. Within 1-2 weeks you should find the product completely comfortable and supportive.

What does plantar fasciitis feel like?

The hallmark of Plantar fasciitis is pain a sharp pain in the heel that occurs with the first few steps taken in the morning. The pain may decrease over the course of the day during more active times but then return when standing up after sitting for an extended period.
How to treat plantar fasciitis?
There are several different methods for treating plantar fasciitis. If you have pain that is severe or prolonged, ask your doctor for an evaluation and recommendations on what to do for plantar fasciitis.
The first steps in treating plantar fasciitis usually involve conservative methods including:
• Ice – Regular icing can help ease pain and decrease inflammation. Place an ice pack under the foot for up to 20 minutes at a time. Be sure to cover the ice pack with a cloth in order to avoid injuring the skin. This can be done several times a day.
• Over-the-counter NSAIDs – Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen (Advil and Motrin) and Naproxen (Aleve) can be taken with approval from your healthcare provider in order to help with pain and inflammation.
• Insoles and orthotics – In addition to choosing good shoes with arch support and cushioning, insoles and orthotics can be helpful for reducing shock and improving foot alignment.
• Stretching and strengthening exercises – There are a variety of stretching and strengthening exercises that can help alleviate discomfort, especially when getting out of bed in the morning and after sitting for prolonged periods of time. A physical therapist can help put together a recommended routine for you.
• Night splints – Your healthcare provider may recommend a night splint in order to help reduce pain associated with standing right after getting out of bed in the morning. Night splints hold the foot in a slightly flexed position, gently stretching the plantar fascia.
When the pain from plantar fasciitis doesn’t respond to conventional treatments, a doctor may recommend other options including:
• Prescription medications – Over-the-counter pain killers and anti-inflammatory medications may not be enough for more severe cases of plantar fasciitis. When this is the case, a doctor may recommend prescription-strength pain killers and anti-inflammatory drugs.
• Cortisone shots – A doctor may recommend cortisone injections in order to reduce inflammation and ease pain.
• Surgery – For cases of persistent and severe plantar fasciitis that don’t respond to more conventional treatments, surgery may be recommended.
How to heal plantar fasciitis?
In order to heal plantar fasciitis, it’s critical to rest and avoid any movement that causes pain whenever possible. If the plantar fasciitis was caused by a specific activity, it’s important to stop that activity for a period of time in order to give the injury a chance to heal. This is often considered the best way to heal plantar fasciitis quickly, although the full healing process can take a considerable amount of time. In addition to rest, there are several ways to address inflammation and pain during healing, including:
• Ice – Cold therapy can be effective for pain and swelling from plantar fasciitis. Apply an ice pack to the bottom of the foot for up to 20 minutes several times throughout the day. It’s best to cover the ice pack with a cloth to protect the skin.
• Over-the-counter NSAIDs – Medications known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as naproxen and ibuprofen can help reduce inflammation as well as pain.
• Stretching exercises – Exercises designed to stretch and strengthen the plantar fascia are often effective for reducing pain and improving mobility. They can be particularly helpful first thing in the morning before getting out of bed.
• Shoes with good arch support and cushioning – Good shoes can help ease pressure on the foot. Insoles and orthotics can also help reduce pain from plantar fasciitis.
If these methods aren’t effective and the plantar fasciitis persists, a doctor can recommend stronger treatments.
How to get rid of plantar fasciitis?
It’s very difficult to get rid of plantar fasciitis completely. The condition can take months to over a year to fully resolve. The duration depends on the severity of the condition and treatment methods. 
The best treatment for plantar fasciitis will vary among individuals since what helps plantar fasciitis in one person might not be as effective for someone else. However, doctors typically recommend starting with conservative methods such as rest, ice, over-the-counter pain relievers and stretching exercises.
When these more conservative approaches fail to make improvements, a doctor may recommend more aggressive methods such as prescription pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs, cortisone injections and even surgery in extreme cases.
If you have plantar fasciitis, see a healthcare professional for an evaluation and a treatment plan.
How long does plantar fasciitis last?
Left untreated, Plantar fasciitis can last several months to a year or even longer. However, the pain from plantar fasciitis can improve significantly after only a few weeks with treatment, stretching exercises and good arch support from shoes, insoles and orthotics.
Will WalkHero help my condition?
Any person with or without a foot problem can benefit from wearing WalkHero orthotics! It is estimated that over 70% of the population suffer from rolling inwards of the foot and fallen arches (i.e., excess pronation), which is the major contributing factor to foot problems. As we get older this problem often worsens.
In most cases, you will feel immediate relief. In some cases, your feet may need a while to get used to your WalkHeros. Our orthotics support your arch and hold your feet in a healthier position. If you're not used to it, it may feel awkward at first. We know you must be anxious to get comfortable and pain-free, but it's important not to rush it. Feet are delicate structures. Keep using for 1-2 weeks to ensure maximum comfort.

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