Have you been experiencing heel pain and been diagnosed with plantar fasciitis? You should be aware and take action immediately since heel pain may last up to several years.
For most women, the heel is the first bone to contact the ground when walking or running and takes the full force of impact, and this repetitive action might lead to heel pain. There are certain shoes that provide extra cushion around the heel, but I have found that the most effective way to treat and prevent heel pain is through wearing a particular heel cup.
Plantar Fasciitis is a medical condition that is caused by the inflammation of the connective tissue of the foot known as the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia runs through the arch of the foot, connecting the heel and the toes. When it becomes inflamed, you start experiencing pain in your heels or your arches.
Now, there is a particular heel cup that has proven to be the most effective in significantly reducing or completely eliminating heel pain, since it provides shock absorbing protection to your heels.
Pay close attention if you suddenly find yourself limping or walking on your toes, because those might be signs that you have plantar fasciitis. Especially if you are frequently running and jumping or involved in sports or activities that require high impact movements.
Since I have been working for a specialized shoe store for the last 10 years, I am an expert when it comes to fitting women’s shoes. Moreover, I have been helping women find the correct type of shoes and orthotics to reduce or fully eliminate the foot and leg pain that they were having. We specialize in women with foot and leg problems, and I will show you the most effective way to treat and prevent heel pain.
The repetitive stress or shock to the heel normally leads to heel pain.The heel cup that I will describe shortly provides optimized shock absorption and cushioning, which will keep your keels protected and supported. This heel cup is the #1 podiatrist recommended heel cup in the world, since it provides incredible shock absorption thanks to their patented waffle construction.
Tuli’s heel cups provide immediate pain relief from plantar fasciitis, Sever’s disease, shin splints, or any other condition that is causing your heel pain.
I do not claim that these heel cups are the solution to every women’s feet problems, but I know they have helped hundreds of women and I totally recommend them to women who are experiencing heel pain.
Before I show you a selection of the best heel cups for plantar fasciitis, I want to first show you the top 4 reasons why women experience heel pain.
The 4 Top Reasons Why Women Experience Heel Pain — Be Aware
I am sure you are eager to know which are the most common reasons why women experience heel pain. Please take a look below.
- Plantar Fasciitis: This condition is an overuse injury that involves irritation of the plantar fascia, the thick band of connective tissue that runs along the arch from the heel to the front of the foot.
- Sever’s Disease: This is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It’s an overuse injury caused by repetitive micro trauma during sports or running activities.
- Wearing the Wrong Type of Shoes: Your shoes must come with a firm heel counter, which is the back part of the shoes that provides ankle and heel support. Always make sure that you press on the heel counter and make sure it feels firm. Shoes with poor shock absorbency or minimal arch support are also a contributing cause for heel pain.
- Rolled Ankles: This is usually a hereditary condition that can be fully correct by wearing the correct type of shoes, orthotics or heel cups.
The heel cup that I will describe below comes with a lifetime warranty and will fit in most shoes.
The Best Heel Cups for Plantar Fasciitis ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Please keep in mind that I only write reviews of shoes, orthotics and heel cups that I have fitted before, so I can personally assess how well-made they are, the amount of support that they provide, and how well they fit
Tuli’s heel cup offers superior shock absorption, protects the heel, and prevents foot fatigue. This is one of the most advanced shock absorbing heel cups available today and will help treat and prevent your heel pain.
In addition, this heel cup also helps reduce ankle pain by acting as shock absorbers for your feet. I have fitted this heel cup in several different women’s shoes, and in most cases the pain fully disappeared or was significantly reduced.
Below you can find the best heel cup for plantar fasccitis:
✅ They are #1 podiatrist recommended heel cup in the world.
✅ They provide extra cushion in targeted areas of your heels eliminates problems such as sore heels and shin splints, and helps you maximize your athletic performance.
✅ They return energy and reduce pain.
This heel cup is particularly designed to treat and prevent the following foot conditions:
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Sever’s Disease
- Rolled Ankles
- Shin Splints pain
- Achilles tendonitis
Several women have told me how these are the only heel cups that truly help with plantar fasciitis and how they could not recommend them more.
If you have tried orthotics and inserts but you have found them uncomfortable or ineffective, you need to try a pair of this heel cups.
Sizing — Getting the Correct Heel Cup Size!
Sizing is a key aspect when trying to fit correctly a heel cup into your shoes, so please take into account the following considerations:
Small Size – Best for women under 80 lbs.
Regular Size – Best for women’s shoe sizes 9 and under. Men’s shoe sizes 7 and under. (Weight up to 175 lbs.)
Large Size – Best for women’s shoe sizes 10 and up. Men’s shoe sizes 8 and up. (Weight over 175 lbs.)
I am always emphasizing to women how if the heel cups are not fitted in the correct pair of shoes, you won’t get any of the benefits that the heel cups have to offer.
The shoes and the heel cups will work together in trying to significantly reduce or fully eliminate your heel pain. There are certain shoe styles that provide targeted support to the heel by providing extra cushion in that area. Let me show you a pair of everyday sneakers that provide extra heel support. This particular style provides infused gel around the heel area to minimize the impact that your heels take when they come in contact with the ground.
While I can’t get into too much detail about the best shoes for women with heel pain in this article, you should take a look at another article I wrote where I describe the best shoes for women with heel pain. Please go to the link below:
Its important to understand that the shoes that you wear must be the correct size or you won’t get any of the benefits that the shoes have to offer. Which also brings me to my next point:
Are You 100% Sure You Know Your Exact Foot Size? – Let’s Find Out!
Bear in mind that in order to get all the benefits and features that a good shoe provides, you must wear them in the correct shoe size. In addition, if you don’t wear the correct shoe size you won’t get any of the benefits that the heel cups have to offer. Most women are walking around with shoes that are either too short or too narrow for their feet.
It’s important to know your exact foot size, especially if you are going fit a heel cup inside your shoes.
Start by reading an article that describes the simplest, yet most effective way to figure out your foot size from home. Please click on the link below:
In addition, if you have a child that is suffering from heel pain, there is an article I wrote where I describe the best heel cups for children with heel pain. These heel cups are also made by the company Tuli’s. Please click on the link below.
Tuli’s heel cups are the most effective heel cups in treating and preventing heel pain. Several women have told me how about a week after wearing the heel cups the heel pain was nearly gone. How effectively this heel cup will work on you depends on the individual foot anatomy.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are unsure about how to fit these heel cups inside your shoes.
Have you tried the Tuli’s heel cups that I recommend in this article? Have you found other heel cups that have worked well for your heel pain? Please share your thoughts and experiences below so other women can benefit from your experiences.