Can I Wear Barefoot Shoes If I Have Plantar Fasciosis?

Plantar fasciosis (sometimes erroneously called plantar fasciitis) can be debilitating and difficult to treat, but proper footwear is a critical piece of the solution. Modern footwear with tight toe boxes and toe spring strain the plantar fascia and reduce blood flow – switching to minimalist shoes can help with that problem. But you might need additional foot training and professional help in conjunction with new footwear to fully recover.

Further Reading:
Treatment of Plantar Fasciosis – article by Dr. Ray McClanahan
Narrow Toe Boxes And Blood Flow – research study

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Hi. I'm Anya.

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I first discovered barefoot shoes after a long history of foot issues. By changing my footwear and strengthening my body I was able to completely transform my life. Anya’s Reviews is my way of sharing with the world that healthy feet are happy feet!

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