Rubber Heel Wedges are molded inserts that straighten the position of the heel to reduce excessive shoe wear, relieve medial knee pain and correct supination and pronation of the feet. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.
The Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint is a brace designed to stretch the calf, Achilles tendon, and plantar fascia while you sleep, reducing heel pain. Adjustable, safe, and easy to use. Universal right/left. By Myfootshop.com. 1 boot/pkg.
The AirHeel is a daytime brace for heel pain that eases the symptoms of plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, and Sever's Disease with pulsating compression while you walk. Universal right/left. By AirCast. 1/pkg.
The Bunion Regulator Night Splint gently re-positions the big toe joint and relieves bunion pain while you sleep. Adjustable design for use while sleeping or resting only. Great for post-op splinting of your big toe following bunion surgery. Right/left specific. By PediFix. 1/pkg.
Pedag STOP Gel Heel Grips are high-performance polyurethane gel cushions covered in soft, suede leather, designed to pad the heels and prevent them from slipping in loose shoes. Adhesive-backed. By PedagUSA. 1 pair/pkg.
The Plantar Fasciitis Reliever is a unique, silicone gel heel cup with removable, adjustable bars of varying firmness that massage the tissues of the heel, offering pain relief while you walk. By OPPO Medical. 1 pair/pkg.
Gel Heel Spur Pads offer thick, cushioning gel and a removable inner plug to relieve pain associated with heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, and Sever's disease. Fits in most shoes. By Oppo Medical. 1 pair/pkg.
Heel Lifts for Plantar Fasciitis-Foam are our softest shoe pads, designed to treat heel spur pain caused by plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, and Sever's Disease. Adhesive-backed. Easily trim to fit all shoes. One size. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.
Lateral Sole Wedge Insoles - 1/2" Thick offer more slope to limit supination, or the tendency of the foot to roll to the outside of the shoe. Easily fits in all shoes. Can be trimmed with scissors. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg .
Plantar Fasciitis Stretching Socks are oft, sock-like foot coverings with an adjustable strap that keeps your foot stretched while resting or sleeping to reduce symptoms associated with plantar fasciitis. By Pedifix. One sock/pkg.
LowShock™ Gel Heel Straights™ are soft, shock-absorbing ‘wedges’ that limit the rolling-out or rolling-in motion to help relieve heel, arch and general foot pain, without taking up space in shoes. By Pedifix, Inc. One pair/pkg.
PPT® Heel Cushions are foam shoe wedges that pad the heel when walking. Great for pain relief from heel spur syndrome and plantar fasciitis. Adhesive-backed. One size. By Myfootshop.com. 4/pkg.
Medical-grade wool felt pads absorb shock, lift and cushion heels to ease foot, arch and heel pain, Achilles and calf strain. Helps equalize leg length differences to align hips and back, too. By Myfootshop. 4/pkg.
Silicone Heel Cups absorb shock, disperse pressure and cushion heels to ease pain. The Blue Zone Comfort Spot provides extra protection under the heel. By Pedifix. One pair/pkg.
Pedi-GEL® Callus Pads protect and cushion corns, calluses, and sore spots to relieve pain from friction and pressure. Help prevent irritation and callus build-up. Latex free. By Pedifix. 2 pads/pkg.
Horseshoe Heel Spur Pads cushion heels and ease heel pain caused by heel spurs and plantar fasciitis. Made of compact, adhesive-backed, u-shaped felt. Trim with scissors for a perfect fit. Wear in enclosed shoes. Universal right/left. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.
Heel pain is among the most common foot problems. Learn more about it in our educational content. You’ll be better able to determine the cause of your discomfort. Plantar Fasciitis – frequently indicated if your heel/s hurt when you get out of bed in the morning (due to sudden stretching of tissues that contract during rest) – is the most common cause of heel pain. Relief is often found through a combination of therapies – more support in your shoes, stretching, massaging, icing and limiting barefoot walking or activity in non-supportive footwear, among others. Here you’ll find the most effective solutions. And once again, we recommend trying several together or simultaneously to discover what works best for your specific condition.