Have you been dealing with heel pain for a while now? Does it literally feel like every doctor you see about your feet just doesn’t seem to care about your heel pain?
Heel pain is not normal! It’s not normal for women to feel like they can’t walk from the constant pain, and it’s also not normal for their ankles to swell.
Some other women are told by their medical professionals to try shock wave therapy, casting, surgery, or steroid injections to get rid of their heel pain. I know you might be at the point of trying anything that might get rid of your pain, but before you try invasive treatments I strongly suggest that yo start by making sure that you are wearing the correct type of shoes and orthotics.
I have been fitting women’s shoes for the last 10 years, and I have helped hundreds of women with “complicated” foot shapes as well as foot conditions find the correct pair of shoes for their feet. I have helped several women with heel pain significantly reduce and, in some cases, fully eliminate their heel pain, and I believe I can help you as well.
Some women do very well with supportive shoes, while some others need orthotics as well.
I am going to show you the most effective orthotics for women with heel pain, but keep in mind that for you to get the full benefits of the orthotics they must be fitted in the correct type of shoes.
By the way, before you try the orthotic I recommend I suggest that you inspect your shoes for any visible signs of wear and tear. I had one specific situation in which a woman was experiencing really bad heel pain from the shoes being defected around the heel area:
All this woman needed was a new pair of shoes and the pain was gone in two weeks.
There is a good exercise I always tell women to do with their shoes. Grab your current pair of shoes and press on the heel counter (back part). Does it feel firm or does it feel soft? It should always feel firm and sturdy, as the firmer it is the better heel support it provides. Take a look at the image below for better visualization purposes:
Don’t underestimate what seems to be little things as they can affect your heel pain, or make a world of difference!
What Makes the Orthotics I Recommend Effective for Women with Heel Pain?
☑️ Targeted Heel Support: The orthotics I recommend provide a deep heel cup to cushion, support, and stabilize your feet.
☑️ Targeted Arch Support: The orthotics I recommend also provide targeted support right below the arch to relieve foot pain by minimizing the impact that your feet take when they come in contact with the ground.
This orthotic has helped significantly reduce, and in some cases fully eliminated the heel pain that many women were experiencing. Keep in mind that how effective this orthotic will be for your own feet directly depends on your foot anatomy, but I believe it’s definitely worth trying!
The following are some additional features that this orthotic provides:
- Designed to mold over time to fit each women’s unique foot.
- Made of a new soft step material that drastically increases comfort.
- Made of premium medical grade PU foam for women with heel and arch support problems.
Below you can find the best orthotic for women with heel pain:
Always remove the original insoles of your shoes before placing the orthotics inside the shoes.
Remember that the orthotics must be fitted in the correct pair of shoes in order for them to be effective. There are certain shoes that are ideal for orthotics, as they provide extra depth in order to allow the orthotic to fit deeply inside the shoes. This helps prevent your feet from being raised and give you the impression that your feet are coming out of the shoes when you walk or run.
What Makes the Shoes I Recommend Effective for Women with Heel Pain?
To put it in a simple way, the shoes I recommend provide 3 key features that help minimize the impact that your feet and heels take every time they come in contact with the ground.
☑️ Targeted Heel Support: The shoes I recommend provide a heel technology cushioning system that helps attenuate shock during impact and toe-off phases. The shoes I recommend provide targeted support right below your heels, which is great for shock absorption. Take a look at the image below to visualize what I mean:
☑️ Substantial Outsoles: The shoes I recommend also provide substantial outsoles that offer superior rear foot motion control that supports and cushions the feet:
☑️ Extra Depth: This feature allows the orthotics to fit deeply inside of the shoes.
If you are unsure whether you are wearing the correct type of shoes take a look at a different article I created:
All of the shoes described in that article are capable of accommodating an orthotic.
I also suggest that you apply a specific shoe lacing technique that pushes the foot against the back of the shoe, securing and supporting your heels:
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions: firstname.lastname@example.org