Dr.Scholl’s Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief Orthotics Women’s Size 6-10, standard, 1 Pair

$14.27

Dr.Scholl’s Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief Orthotics

HSA funds can be spent on in-home items, not solely medications and medical procedures.

Many times, something as simple as foot comfort goes overlooked and leads to a plethora of health issues and physical pains.  Dr. Scholl’s Pain Relief Orthotics are specifically designed to address plantar fasciitis in the heel.  The Shock Guard technology offers immediate, and all day pain relief which can help reduce the morning plantar fasciitis pains that so many suffer from.

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How to use

  1. The insoles that came in your shoes are probably removable – take them out first.
  2. Place your plantar fasciitis orthotics into shoe, fabric side up, to test for size. If needed, trim the orthotic along the outline (on bottom of orthotic near the toes) that matches your shoe size.
  3. Ensure that your orthotic lays flat against bottom of your shoe, especially in the toe area. If it doesn’t fit without bunching, continue to trim as needed.
  4. Replace insoles every six (6) months or at the first signs of wear.

How it works

Plantar Fasciitis occurs when the band of tissue along the underside of your foot, called the plantar fascia, is overstretched and aggravates the attachment at the heel bone. This can cause pain with every step you take.

Dr. Scholl’s Pain Relief Orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis provide dual-action relief by treating the source of your pain. The insoles cushion and protect your foot from the aggravating shock of each step, and support your arch to prevent the plantar fascia from stretching further so it can heal.

What is Plantar fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis occurs when the band of tissue along the underside of your foot, called the plantar fascia, is overstretched and aggravates the attachment at the heel bone. This can cause pain with every step you take.

Dr. Scholl’s Pain Relief Orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis provide dual-action relief by treating the source of your pain. The insoles cushion and protect your foot from the aggravating shock of each step, and support your arch to prevent the plantar fascia from stretching further so it can heal.