Best treatment for plantar fasciitis!

Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot, connecting your heel bone to your toes.

When the plantar fascia becomes inflamed, it causes pain, particularly in the heel area.

Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis

The main symptom of plantar fasciitis is a sharp pain in the bottom of the heel, which is often most intense when taking the first steps in the morning or after periods of inactivity. This pain can lessen with movement but may come back after physical activity periods.

Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

High-impact activities, prolonged standing, improper footwear, tight calf muscles, excess weight, and foot mechanics (like high arches or flat feet).


Steps to Finding Plantar Fasciitis Relief:

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1. Wear daily STAND STRONG® arch supports!

Wear cushioned heel pads like our STAND STRONG® arch supports, designed to provide all-day protection for your feet on hard surfaces. Our technology supports the three arches of your foot, redistributes pressure, and helps alleviate plantar fasciitis with its smart cushioning. It's essential also to give your feet some rest. You can stay active while managing plantar fasciitis by modifying activities that cause foot pain. .

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2. Use a Plantar Fasciitis Foot Stretcher.

Incorporate stretching exercises into your routine to keep your calf muscles and Achilles tendon flexible. 1. Sit or lay with the involved leg straight out in front of you. 2. Place the band around your foot and gently pull toward you, feeling a stretch in your calf muscle. 3. Hold 45 seconds, 2-3 times. 4. Repeat 4-6 times per day. .

3. Do Calf stretches!

1. Upright facing a wall at arm's length, and hold your hands on the wall. 2. Keep both feet flat on the floor, extend one leg straight backward, and bend your front leg until you feel a stretch in the calf of your back leg. 3. Hold for 30 seconds and repeat five times for both feet. 4. Do this daily.

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4. Use a Massage ball for Plantar Fasciitis.

This exercise relieves the tension in the ligaments and muscles on the bottom of your feet and stimulates blood flow. 1. Sit on a chair and place the massage ball before you. 2. Gently roll the ball underneath the plantar fascia of your foot. 3. Apply gentle pressure and roll the ball around circularly for 10-15 seconds. 4. Repeat five times per foot.

5. Relieve the plantar fasciitis pain and plantar fascia stiffness.

We highly recommend the supplement Curcumin Phytosome by Thorne which is the perfect solution for plantar fascia stiffness and soreness, and most importantly, it promotes flexibility of the plantar fascia. Take 1 capsule two times daily.

You can also apply the Relief Balance Balm every night to reduce pain and inflammation. Get it for FREE when purchasing any Stand Strong arches kit. Use the coupon code: #PAINFREE.

Invest in your foot health today and take the first step towards a pain-free future. Your feet will thank you!