Plantar Fasciitis?

Proven pain relief – an independent study on Plantar Fasciitis sufferers revealed that our insoles reduce pain for over 91% of users.


Enertor Insoles unique shock absorption technology reduces the ground force impact on your plantar fasciitis ligament

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"So good, I bought 3 pairs  I have a large spur on my heel, probably caused by decades of running. I bought two sets of insoles and they helped me so much that I ordered a 3rd set. "...– David H. on Enertor® Comfort (Flat Profile) Insole

"These insoles work very well for me. I am on my feet most of the day and they have remained pain free happy feet.."– Jane R. on Enertor® Comfort (Flat Profile) Insole

"I've had plantar fasciitis for many years. However I've only had these insoles for about 2 weeks but so far they are proving to be much more comfortable than..." – Trevor R. on Enertor® Performance (Arch Support) Insoles


  • Proven to help relieve the pain and heal Plantar Fasciitis.
  • Full-length shock-absorption, distributes the ground forces, reducing ligament irritation.
  • As used by the British Armed Forces.
  • Certified Class1 Medical device.
  • Fits into work, casual or sports shoes

Product Details
Enertor® Comfort (Flat Profile) Insole

  • Made from our revolutionary material from the heel to the forefoot, Comfort insoles provide instant relief and long-term protection. These insoles can be inserted into almost all shoe types and are designed to provide relief when walking or running. They are suitable for people who do not require significant arch support or prefer a neutral feel.
  • The insoles have been tested extensively by independent experts and the British Armed forces and are the only insoles proven to help heal Plantar Fasciitis. They are suitable for diabetics and those recently recovering from leg surgery. The insoles improve muscle function, reduce pain and fatigue and are extremely flexible.


  • The plantar fascia is a ligament that connects your heel to your toes. It’s main function is to support the arch of the feet and it acts as the natural shock absorber for your foot.
  • If this ligament becomes irritated or you put excess stress on the tissue then you’ll feel a pain in the heel of your foot when you’re walking, running or standing for too long. Plantar Fasciitis affects 1 in 10 people.
  • Having a high or low foot arch alters the way your weight is distributed through the foot adding extra stress to the ligament.


What causes Plantar Fasciitis?
Anyone who is on their feet for a lot of the day is at risk of this injury, especially if you do any type of exercise that involves putting a lot of impact on your feet, such as running, sports, even dancing.
It can also be down to your foot make-up, those that have a high arch or are flat footed are particularly susceptible to this injury as this alters the way your weight is distributed through the foot adding extra stress to the ligament. If your Achilles tendon at the back of the heel is tight, this is going to affect the Plantar Fascia also.

Even if exercise isn’t your thing, if you spend a lot of the day on your feet – particularly on a hard surface, then you’re at risk as well. Those on a shop floor all day, teachers, builders, even just running around after the kids all day can put extra pressure on the plantar fascia.

  • As usual, number one with preventing any injury is to always make sure you are warming up and stretching properly before and after any work out. If it’s your Achilles that is causing problems, make sure to add some extra stretching in for this.
  • Ultimately, the one thing that can really help to prevent Plantar Fasciitis, that applies to everyone who is on their feet for most of the day for whatever reason that may be, is to take care of those feet! In an ideal world, we’d be walking or running on lovely soft surfaces all day, but as this is not possible your shoes should be providing you with cushioning at the heel and good arch support to reduce any stress to your feet. And if you are on a hard surface, flimsy shoes or going barefoot is a definite no.
  • If you do experience Plantar Fasciitis, get some ice on it as soon as you feel any pain. You could also use a foam roller under the heel and along the sole of the foot. If your pain persists, it is essential to see a medical professional asap.

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