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Saucony Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis

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Posted 5 months ago


Last updated: 17/02/2023


by James McCormack

Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common causes of foot pain and requires careful management to ensure successful treatment. Footwear plays a vital role in the management of Plantar Fasciitis as poorly fitted or unsupportive shoes can cause Plantar Fasciitis or prevent it from improving. This article will provide recommendations of the best Saucony Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis based on your foot type. It is important to keep in mind that footwear is one of many factors to consider for treating Plantar Fasciitis alongside strengthening exercises, stretches and braces.

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Best Saucony Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis

We recommend the Saucony Endorphin Speed 3 if you have a normal arch height and you are suffering from Plantar Fasciitis.

Their 8mm heel drop reduces tension on the Plantar Fascia when standing, walking or running.

The speedroll technology of the Endorphin 3 allows to a roll through of the foot while the neutral support type prevents excess supination of the foot.

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We recommend the Saucony Guide 15 if you have Plantar Fasciitis and a low arch height or flat feet.

Their structured cushioning helps to absorb the forces of impact when running or walking to protect the Plantar Fascia while their HOLLOW-TECH guides the foot to help reduce pronation forces associated with Plantar Fasciitis.

The Guide 15 provides stability without the added bulk or weight that we see in most other stability shoes while also maintaining a low heel drop of 8mm.

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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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