Women's sandals good for plantar fasciitis
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LOVE LOVE LOVE ... great for knees, hips, and feet.
LOVE LOVE LOVE Vionic. I have 4 pairs of the Tide II sandals. One thing to note about Vionic: They have higher arches and provide great support. If you are new to wearing shoes like these with the arch support, they may hurt to wear for the first week while you're feet are adjusting to them. After the first week you won't want to take them off. Prior to trying out Vionic, I was having issues where my knee and hip would hurt some times and then it got to the point where my feet would always hurt after walking even short distances. A trip through the mall and my feet would hurt the rest of the day. With Vionic I can wear them all day and walk all over and have no issues. After trying them out my foot pains went away within 2 weeks of wearing them. Shortly there after my knee and hip pains stopped as well. I would definitely recommend these for people with arch issues, foot pain, knee or hip pains. But keep in mind, if you are not used to the arches you need to give them a couple weeks because they will likely not be comfortable for the first week while you're feet adjust. It is WELL worth it though. I know where Vionic shoes primarily with other shoes on random occasions.
Quite by accident I discovered these shoes, and decided to make the investment. I have to say it was worth it to have an attractive pair of sandals that are comfortable, and will continue to help my feet heal from a bout of plantar fasciitis. After almost a year of physical therapy, extensive exercise, stretches, braces, and compression stockings, I have discovered the solution to this debilitating painful condition is changing your shoes! I started out by trying Dansko clogs, and with a bit of trial and error found a pair that I love, and that keep the pin at bay. I also have a pair of spring step L'artiste clogs that are so comfortable, and look great. But summer is coming and I wanted something in a sandal, so these will work very well. After reading the product information, it seems that these sandals were designed specifically with plantar fasciitis in mind. I highly recommend them!
If your heel pain comes and goes throughout the day, perhaps you need to re-think your overall treatment plan for plantar fasciitis. Maybe you already wear orthotic shoes during the day. But, what do you wear when you get home? Slippers are a popular option, however, flip flops for plantar fasciitis are even less invasive (and, can be equally as supportive). On top of that, they’re even more convenient for wearing out and about, to the beach or just when it’s too hot outside to wear anything else!
You need to take care of your feet all day long if you really want to relieve that heel pain. Specifically, you’ll need to ensure no barefoot walking during the day so as to give your fascia ligament the proper support it needs. Flip flops and sandals may not offer full support, but the brands and models below do offer a certain level of support that your traditional, flat sandals don’t.
From the bed, to the kitchen, to your mailbox. Flip flops with arch support can be ideal for your tired feet.
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