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Plantar Fasciitis - Pain Relief

Read how most of our customers claim their pain was reduced in just a few days, with 97% saying having pain reduction within 4 weeks. Tyfo new innovative orthotic insoles priced from £65.00 to £90.00.

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Plantar Fasciitis - Pain Relief

Read how most of our customers claim their pain was reduced in just a few days, with 97% saying having pain reduction within 4 weeks. Tyfo new innovative orthotic insoles priced from £65.00 to £90.00.

Why let Plantar Fasciitis slow you down?

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  • Sharp pain near your heel?
  • Intense pain with the first morning step?
  • Pain eases after walking but returns after standing long?
  • Pain flare-up post-exercise?
  • Tenderness or swelling on your heel's bottom?
  • Tightness in your foot's arch?



While regular orthotic insoles focus primarily on providing arch support and alignment correction, Tyfo takes the concept a step further by integrating principles inspired by ancient Thai massage art. This holistic practice, rich in history, focuses on activating key pressure points to increase the body's energy flow. Much like Thai massage techniques that concentrate on the foot’s intricate nerve and fascia network, Tyfo insoles are engineered with surface texture domes to stimulate  mechanoreceptors and nerve-endings in your feet.


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There are several biomechanical issues that can lead to or increase the risk of developing plantar fasciitis. These include:


Overpronation occurs when the foot excessively rolls inward while walking or running. This can cause the plantar fascia to become overstretched and inflamed, leading to plantar fasciitis.

Underpronation (Supination):

Underpronation, or supination, happens when the foot rolls outward excessively during the gait cycle. This can lead to poor shock absorption and increased strain on the plantar fascia, contributing to plantar fasciitis.

Flat Feet (Pes Planus):

Flat feet lack a proper arch, causing excessive stretching of the plantar fascia. This can lead to inflammation and irritation, increasing the risk of plantar fasciitis.

High Arches (Pes Cavus):

High arches can also contribute to plantar fasciitis by putting excessive strain on the plantar fascia due to reduced shock absorption and increased pressure on the heel and forefoot.

Tight Calf Muscles:

Tight calf muscles can limit ankle dorsiflexion, leading to increased stress on the plantar fascia during walking or running.

Weak Foot Muscles:

Weak intrinsic foot muscles and poor foot strength can result in inadequate support for the arches of the foot, leading to increased strain on the plantar fascia.

Addressing these biomechanical issues through proper footwear, orthotic inserts, stretching exercises, and strengthening routines can help reduce the risk of developing or exacerbating plantar fasciitis.

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How can tyfo help you?

Receptor Activation:

Tyfo's surface texture domes activate key mechanoreceptors in the feet, which pumps higher energy stimuli into the weakened plantar fascia, addressing overpronation.


Core Foot Strength:

Tyfo insoles build core foot muscle strength over 3-4 weeks, providing better arch support whilst absorbing all movement forces and reducing stress on the plantar fascia, particularly beneficial for individuals with shin splints.

Posterior Chain Benefit:

Stimulation from Tyfo insoles creates very positive signals to the entire posterior muscle chain via the fascia, enhancing muscle coordination and reducing plantar fascia stress, addressing issues related to underpronation.

Sensory Alignment:

By making the feet more 'in tune' with the nervous system, Tyfo insoles help the brain send and receive meaningful messages to the feet, aiding in better movement and helping reduce pain associated with supination.

Preventive Exercise:

The insoles encourage physio-type foot exercises from simply walking to apply constant stimulation. Walking with Tyfo insoles fosters muscle growth and overall positive foot feelings make everyday life less tiring and stressful, indirectly alleviating pain.

Performance Boost:

Newly activated feet and fascia by tyfo Dome Technology™ unlock higher performance levels, delaying the onset of normal fatigue and reducing stress on the plantar fascia.


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Surely there are various treatment and management options. So what is the fastest cure for plantar fasciitis?

Orthotic Insoles:

  • Using supportive orthotic insoles can provide immediate relief by cushioning the heel and supporting the arch, reducing strain on the plantar fascia.

Night Splints:

  • Wearing a night splint while sleeping can help keep the plantar fascia stretched and prevent it from tightening overnight. This can reduce morning pain and stiffness, providing faster relief upon waking.

Cortisone Injection Therapy:

  • Swiftly reduce inflammation and pain. Administered directly to the affected area, these injections offer rapid relief, often when other treatments haven't sufficed. Consult with a healthcare professional to explore if this option suits your needs. 

Ultrasound Therapy:

  • Ultrasound therapy is a non-invasive treatment method that utilizes high-frequency sound waves to target and stimulate healing in the affected tissue. It can offer rapid relief for certain individuals, although several sessions may be necessary for optimal results.

Physical Therapy:

  • Certain physical therapy techniques, such as manual therapy and stretching exercises, may provide rapid relief by improving flexibility, reducing muscle tension, and promoting healing.

Taping or Strapping:

  • Taping or strapping techniques, such as kinesiology tape or athletic tape, can provide immediate support to the arch and reduce strain on the plantar fascia, leading to faster relief of symptoms.

While TYFO offers orthotic insoles designed to suit most footwear, some shoes still may require a brief adjustment period.

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Here are more answers to some frequent questions:

The best solution for plantar fasciitis often involves a combination of treatments tailored to individual needs. Orthotic insoles designed specifically for plantar fasciitis are highly recommended. These insoles provide targeted support to the arch of the foot, cushion the heel, and help distribute pressure evenly, reducing strain on the plantar fascia. Additionally, stretching exercises, proper footwear, and lifestyle modifications can contribute to effective management and relief of plantar fasciitis symptoms.

While walking is a low-impact exercise that can be beneficial for overall foot health, it's essential to approach it with caution if you have plantar fasciitis. Walking can help improve circulation, maintain flexibility, and strengthen the muscles in the feet and ankles, which may indirectly contribute to plantar fasciitis relief. However, it's crucial to wear supportive footwear and consider using orthotic insoles to provide additional cushioning and support during walking activities.

Exercise can be beneficial for individuals with plantar fasciitis, but it's essential to choose activities that minimize impact and strain on the affected foot. Low-impact exercises such as swimming, cycling, and elliptical training are generally well-tolerated and can help maintain cardiovascular fitness without exacerbating symptoms. Additionally, incorporating stretching and strengthening exercises specifically targeting the muscles in the feet and calves can aid in rehabilitation and prevent further injury.

While there is no instant cure for plantar fasciitis, a combination of targeted treatments and lifestyle modifications can lead to significant improvement and long-term relief. Along with using orthotic insoles for support, it's essential to incorporate stretching exercises to improve flexibility, strengthen the muscles in the feet and calves, and reduce tightness in the plantar fascia.

How long does plantar fascia take to heal?

The exact duration varies depending on factors such as the severity of the condition, adherence to treatment, and individual response to therapy. It's essential to be patient and persistent with your treatment plan. Maintaining a healthy weight, wearing supportive footwear, avoiding activities that aggravate symptoms, and seeking professional guidance from a healthcare provider or physical therapist can also contribute to successful management and eventual resolution of plantar fasciitis.