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Foot Pain


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Leg Pain

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Back Pain


Therafit Shoe for Foot Pain


Ball of foot pain

The ball of the foot is the section of the foot between your arch and toes. As you walk, your weight is shifted from your heel to the ball of your foot. If your body weight is not well aligned over the ball of your foot, pain and swelling of the area can occur.

As we age, we generally lose the fat pad underneath the ball of the foot, leading to abnormal pressure and shock to the area. People with extremely high arches or those who are overweight may also experience ball of foot pain.

Solution:

  • Use insoles designed to lift and separate the long bones of the arch, transferring pressure away from the ball of foot area

image of a checkboxTherafit’s superior arch support, along with the deep heel cup, found in the removable sock lining insoles lift and support your foot

  • Limit how often you wear high heels as they can cause an unnatural shift of weight to the balls of your feet

image of a checkboxTherafit shoes cushion your foot on impact


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Over-Pronation (flat feet)

Arch pain is common in people with a regular structural problem known as flat feet. Arch pain can also occur in people with fallen arches (a fallen arch is one that has collapsed due to bearing weight).

Flat feet can lead to extreme stress or inflammation of the plantar fascia, possibly leading to severe discomfort and causing other foot ailments. Without properly supported arches, small movements can pull your body out of alignment and cause stress, strain and fatigue to your lower body.

Solution:

  • Use insoles in your shoes to support your arches

image of a checkboxTherafit’s superior arch support, along with the deep heel cup, found in the removable socklining insoles lift and support your foot

  • Limit how often you wear high heels

image of a checkboxTherafit shoes cushion your foot on impact


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Heel Pain

The heel is the first bone to contact the ground when walking and absorbs the full force of impact and the proceeding shock of bearing weight during motion.

The most common cause of heel pain is plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a stretching of the plantar fascia, a ligament that runs from the ball of the foot through the arch and is connected to the heel. It is that attachment which becomes aggravated and typically causes pain after being on your feet for long lengths of time.

Heel spurs, which are abnormal bone growths coming off the heel, can also be the cause of heel pain. Other causes can include repetitive stress or shock to the heel, standing for long periods of time or osteoarthritis.

Solution:

  • Wear properly fitting shoes

image of a checkboxTherafit Shoes are made to take the shock of each step and distributing it downward and outward

  • Place insoles or inserts in your shoes to help control abnormal foot motion

image of a checkboxBy inserting or removing Therafit's Personal Comfort Adapters found in the heel area of each of our products, you can adjust the impact resistance of each step

  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Exercise and do foot stretches as they have been shown to decrease the incidence of heel pain


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Plantar fasciitis

The most common cause of heel pain or arch pain is plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a stretching of the plantar fascia, a ligament that runs from the ball of the foot through the arch and is connected to the heel. It is that attachment which becomes aggravated and typically causes pain after being on your feet for long lengths of time. Abnormal motion of the foot (pronation) is one cause of plantar fasciitis.

Solution:

  • Wear proper shoes when exercising with arch supports and heel cups that evenly distribute weight throughout your feet

image of a checkboxTherafit’s superior arch support, along with the deep heel cup, found in the removable socklining insoles lift and support your foot

image of a checkboxBy inserting or removing Therafit's Personal Comfort Adapters found in the heel area of each of our products, you can adjust the impact resistance of each step.

  • Avoid over-training
  • This injury responds well to ice and elevation
  • Foot massage may offer some additional relief


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Arch Pain

Arch pain is the result of inflammation at the arch of the foot. This can come from skeletal imbalance or injury, but is typically the result of excessive stretching of the broad band of tissue along the bottom of the foot, a condition known as plantar fasciitis.

Arch pain may also be caused by wearing shoes with inadequate support, standing or walking for long periods of time in high heels, or overuse of the feet during work or sports. Being overweight also places additional stress on the feet, especially the arches.

Solution:

  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Use insoles to support your arches

image of a checkboxTherafit’s superior arch support, along with the deep heel cup, found in the removable socklining insoles lift and support your foot

  • Limit how often you wear high heels
  • Use proper shoes, especially when exercising to evenly distribute weight through your foot

image of a checkboxTherafit Shoes are made to take the shock of each step and distributing it downward and outward


Ready to find the perfect pair of Therafits to help your arch pain? Shop now!
 

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Therafit Shoe for Knee Pain

Knee pain can be the result of injury, as well as from mechanical imbalances and other problems. While it is not always possible to prevent knee pain, wearing the proper footwear along with maintaining a healthy weight, building up your leg muscles, and limiting high impact activities can all help to alleviate this problem.

Solution:

  • Use proper shoes, especially when exercising to evenly distribute weight

image of a checkboxTherafit Shoes are made to take the shock of each step and distributing it downward and outward

image of a checkboxBy inserting or removing Therafit's Personal Comfort Adapters found in the heel area of each of our products, you can adjust the impact resistance of each step


Ready to find the perfect pair of Therafits to help your knee pain? Shop now!
 

Therafit Shoe for Leg Pain

Tired, aching legs can be the result of standing on your feet for long periods of time. While rest and periodic sitting can certainly help alleviate this problem, wearing footwear that does not have stability, or does not have sufficient cushioning or arch support can aggravate this problem.

Solutions:

  • Wear proper fitting footwear with good cushioning & arch support

image of a checkboxTherafit’s superior arch support, along with the deep heel cup, found in the removable socklining insoles lift and support your foot

image of a checkbox Therafit shoes cushion your foot on impact


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Therafit Shoe for Back Pain

Back pain typically is the result of the strain on the muscles surrounding the spine. However, it can also be the result of foot and leg imbalances resulting in the Improper distribution of weight on your feet. This repetitive action puts an even greater strain on your entire skeletal structure. While it is not always possible to prevent back pain, wearing the proper footwear, along with maintaining a healthy weight, along with a regular stretching and strengthening program can all help to alleviate this problem.

As the heel repeatedly strikes the ground, shock waves can travel up the legs to the lumbar region of the spine or lower back, where they can aggravate back muscles and cause pain.

Solutions:

  • Wear shoes that fit properly and provide adequate support

image of a checkboxTherafit Shoes are made to take the shock of each step and distributing it downward and outward

image of a checkboxBy inserting or removing Therafit's Personal Comfort Adapters found in the heel area of each of our products, you can adjust the impact resistance of each step

  • Support your feet with insoles or inserts


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