Plantar Fasciitis is irritation and swelling of the thick tissue on the bottom of the foot. When the fascia is inflamed, it can be painful and make walking difficult. The most common complaint is pain along the bottom of the arch and heel. Many time the pain starts in the heel and is confused with a heel spur. Sharp pain is usually worse in the morning and will often subside throughout the day. By the end of the day the pain may be replaced by a dull ache that improves with rest and treatment. Plantar Fasciitis is a repetitive stretching of the fascia from collapsing arches that are unsupported and leads to excessively shearing from no stability.
The ALINE Solution: ALINEs can resolve this issue by supporting the foot and creating a suspension system under your foot, the same way your car has a suspension system. This allows your foot to withstand impacts when walking, running, or participating in any other sport. Your forefoot will no longer slide and stretch the fascia bands under your foot. Even if you already have plantar fasciitis, we find that most people using ALINEs experience reduced pain in less than two weeks.
- Engineered ribs flex and rebound to allow your feet to move freely during any activity.
- Biomechanically enhanced structures mean your feet have support where and when it’s needed.
- Patented activation and compression zones keep your feet and lower body aligned during every step, jump, twist and turn.
- Heel cup with gel pad holds your heel securely while providing shock absorption.
Would not fit in my shoe.
This is a great product that I’ve been using for over 10 years. I highly recommend it to anyone considering use of an orthotic.
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They work great no Pain will order again
Love them for my walking sneakers. Very comfortable all day at work. A bit rigid for the tennis court, I will have to invest in the active pair. Very pleased with purchase, great packaging, and quick delivery. These are better than any prescription or drugstore orthotics I have tried in the past. I'll be back!
I have been running 3x's per week and my feet are still adjusting to the insole. Still a little painful and I am willing to give it another couple of weeks before I make a final decision.