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CHERIMOOSE Posts: 391
10/3/13 11:05 A

I'd go with Superfeet insoles. Running shoe stores tend to have them.
If they feel too hard, slip a Spenco Comfort Insole over them.

Only wear insoles when you require them. Don't wear them if there's no pain (they weaken the arch).

For shoes, any low-heeled shoe, like Keds, Converse, etc. Pull out the insoles, of course.

Stretch your arch hourly, or as often as you can -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEintoiiq
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Do you have flat arches, or high arches?


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10/3/13 10:22 A

Are you doing the stretching exercises recommended for long-term rehab from PF? www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/sport-injuries/
foot-heel-pain/plantar-fasciitis/stret
ching-exercises-plantar-fasciitis


MILKYWAY515 Posts: 92
10/2/13 11:21 P

Don't know about inserts or shoes, but I know ice helps this problem for me. I use a flexible ice pack on my heel. It helps.

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10/2/13 10:23 P

I have been dealing with heal pain for the past couple of months and I currently don't have insurance to go see a doctor so I have been doing research on my own. I was wondering what are the best shoes and inserts to relieve the pain when i have flare ups?

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