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How long does it take for orthotics to help plantar fasciitis to go away?

Asked 3 years ago

Greetings, fellow humans. I went and bought myself custom orthotics to help me get through plantar fasciitis, but now I can't help wondering how long I will have to wear these for it to go away. I wear them all the time, but how long am I going to have to do this for? Thank you.

Gilberto Walters

Thursday, August 05, 2021

In some cases Plantar Fasciitis is chronic, and then orthotics are used to help with the pain. In other cases, Plantar Fasciitis can improve or even heal, but each case is individual. Generally, it takes 6-18 months to see an improvement in Plantar Fasciitis with orthotics. Perhaps get your orthotics reassessed after a while.

Andre Pace

Monday, June 06, 2022

Recovery from plantar fasciitis depends on the severity of damage to the plantar fascia, the onset and the type of intervention. With proper intervention, plantar fasciitis will improve within six to twelve months. If there is no improvement within this time, you can deploy additional measures like steroid injections, extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT), and surgery.

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