Our shoes take the load so your Achilles can rest.
Give your Achilles the best chance to rest & recover.
Achilles tendon pain is a common problem that can be caused by a variety of factors, including overuse, improper footwear and mal alignment of the ankle. Our range of footwear can ease the burden on your Achilles and help it relax.
How can our shoes help?
Footwear is one of the most important tools you have in your arsenal when it comes to treating Achilles tendon pain. It can help reduce the strain on your tendon and improve your overall mobility.
Our range of rocker sole shoes are going to be the quickest and most effective solution. They are designed to distribute the weight more evenly across your foot – reducing the strain on your Achilles tendon, which can help to relieve the pain quickly.
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Instantly feel relief from Achilles painwith HOKA rocker sole shoes.
HOKA shoes are made to distribute your weight more evenly across your foot. This eliminates the pressure that’s put on the Achilles tendon, which can lead to relief from pain and improved function.
They are designed by runners for runners, but the components make them an excellent choice for every day comfort regardless of what you are doing.
Instantly feel relief in your Achilles with Xsensible Next Generation footwear.
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Most of our footwear has a removable footbed, so they support the use of custom inserts. However, to make it easy for you, we have tagged everything that has a removable footbed.
What is Achilles pain?
Achilles pain, or Achilles Tendinopathy, is pain in your Achilles tendon that runs down the back of your lower leg to your heel. This often results in inflammation and can take a long time to heal, because we don't give the tendon adequate rest. There are different reasons why you may be getting Achilles pain, and the following is a list of the most common examples. Tendonitis. Tendonitis is when a tendon swells (becomes inflamed) after a tendon injury. It can cause joint pain, stiffness, and affect how a tendon moves. Tears. In more serious cases, the damage may be to the extent of the fibrous cord rupturing either partially or completely. Tightness in the calf. A general pain if you haven't moved around for a while. If you have had pain for more than two weeks, you should see a professional for an assessment and diagnosis of your issues.
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ShoeFit.uk exists to help you find footwear that is comfortable, fit for purpose, and can help you with specific medical conditions.
Our partnership with medical professionals allows us to provide our customers with the best possible service and information. We can help you find the right type of shoe for your condition, as well as provide you with advice on how to wear them properly so that you get the most out of them.
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