Am I At Risk Of Plantar Fasciitis?

Try our simple quiz to determine your risk of sustaining Plantar fasciitis heel pain.

Please remember this does not replace a real person and we always recommend seeking professional advice.


What sort of feet do you have?

Do you have a very high, rigid foot arch?

Do you have appropriate running/sports shoes for your foot type?

Are you overweight?

Do you have tight calf muscles?

Calf stretch

Are you sports shoes in good condition?

Running shoes should be changed every 6 months or 500 miles. But this does depend on your weight and running style.

Am I at risk of Plantar Fasciitis?
High risk
Based on your answers you have a higher risk of suffering Plantar Fasciitis
Low risk
Based on your answers you have a lower risk of Plantar Fasciitis

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