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Best Skechers for Plantar Fasciitis

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by James McCormack

Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common injuries affecting the sole of the foot and the heel bone that can become so debilitating that you cannot walk. Several factors cause Plantar Fasciitis, and its treatment is complex, with a multifaceted approach optimal for recovery. One of the most critical aspects of treatment is having supportive footwear. This article will provide recommendations for the best Skechers for Plantar Fasciitis. 

James McCormack is a Physical Therapist who specialises in knee, foot & ankle injuries. www.james-mccormack.com participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Earnings from this are used to create free-to-read content.

Best Skechers for Plantar Fasciitis

We recommend the Skechers GOwalk Arch Fit if you have mild symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis.

The lightweight cushioning helps to absorb forces of impact when walking, and their dual-density traction outsole provides stability to help control your foot’s movement.

Like most Skechers, the GOwalk Arch Fit are machine washable.

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We recommend the Skechers Go Walk Workout Walker if you have moderate symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis.

The Hyperburst cushioning midsole is a responsive and supportive sole that helps control excess pronation forces associated with Plantar Fasciitis.

The Go Walk Workout Walker has a carbon fibre plater and Hyper Arch to promote a regular gait pattern and ease of movement.

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We recommend the Skechers Max Cushioning Elite if you have severe symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis.

The lightweight Ultra Go cushion platform softens the impact on the heel when walking for pain relief from Plantar Fasciitis.

The Skechers Max Cushioning Elite has a rocker sole to facilitate a smooth heel-to-toe walk and a 6mm heel drop to reduce the stretch placed on the Plantar Fascia in standing.

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Physiotherapy with James McCormack

This is not medical advice. We recommend a consultation with a medical professional such as James McCormack. He offers Online Physiotherapy Appointments.

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