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Orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis

These Orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis are Lightweight in order to help protect against tiredness . The are off course Accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association

Made with vita foam R XD for perfect molding assistance

About the product
  • The Package contains Pack of 2 Pairs, each wrapped individually
  • As stated they are Lightweight to help prevent fatigue
  • We ensure that they are Made with vita foam R XD for molding support
  • With regard to the Women’s orthotics one size fits all and can be trimmed to fit of need be

ProFoot Plantar Fasciitis orthotics are clinically proven and they offer a comprehensive solution to plantar fasciitis and heel pain;There Soft cushioning protects sensitive feet, using a firm arch support and a gel heel insert for added shock absorption.

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The NatraCure Cold Therapy Wrap is Ideal for: low heel pain and Achilles pain, ball of foot pain, low ankle sprains and strains, inflammation due to arthritis, hand stiffness, carpal tunnel, arthritis pain, aching muscles and tendon problems, and poor circulation.

This functional wrap comes with a gel pack that you could ice up, cool or microwave for hot comforting relief.

Choose chilly treatment for ankle sprains or worn out, aching feet, or hot treatment if you have inadequate blood circulation or arthritis.

The easy-to-adjust hook-and-loop band holds the pack in location, right where you need it for alleviation.

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Features & Specifications:

  • Brand – NatraCure
  • Color – 3″ x 5″ (with 14″ strap)
  • Shipping Weight – 0.15 pounds
  • Item Dimensions –
  • Also available in larger 5″ x 10″ pack with 24″ strap

Benefits are :

  • QUICK COLD RELIEF: gel pack chills hand, wrist, or foot–relieving soreness, aching, pain from injury, ball-of-foot, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, & carpal tunnel pain.
  • COMPRESSION THERAPY: helps to alleviate swelling and inflammation and increase circulation. Also lifts plantar fascia tissue to help relieve arch and heel pain
  • Also available in larger 5″ x 10″ pack with 24″ strap.

Caution: Do not use on open injuries. If inflammation, discomfort or inadequate flow occurs, discontinue use and also speak to a medical professional.

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Premium Grade Spiky Massage Ball

You will no doubt over time learn to enjoy the benefits that come from using the Healthy Model Life Spiky Massage Ball

As yearn to use he ball to assist in your recovery from Plantar Fasciitis, Sore Muscles, sore heels and tired feet.

One of the major benefits of The Healthy Model Life Spiky Massage Ball is that it is a terrific method to launch tight muscles from around your butt, hamstrings, quads, feet, neck and back.

Use of the Spike Ball is advised in the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis. While it is Extremely Firm its small nubs take over and roll out the plantar fascia, the tired and painful tendon that is plantar fasciitis. Using the ball under the sole of the foot along the line of the plantar fascia with light or heavy pressure allows you to control the levels of pain , and as the ball starts to massage the feet , the pain lessons and you can manage more pressure .

Using the Spiky Ball is A fantastic pre exercise warm up for your butt, quads and calves .

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Plantar Fasciitis – by Definition

Do you experience intense heel pain when you take your first step in the morning? –

Do you experience Heel pain and pain under the arch of the foot after standing for long periods , while walking or running

If you experience any of these or all of them , chances are high that you suffering from Plantar Fasciitis and intense heel pain in the morning is one of the conditions of this problem..

It needs to be noted that Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel and arch pain. The plantar fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes.

What does the Plantar Fascia do

 

The Plantar Fascia supports the arch of your foot. If you strain it through any one of the methods outlined above or

     – From swollen ankles from illness or prolonged sitting

     – Getting overweight and carrying the load on your feet

Your plantar fascia, gets weak, swollen, and irritated (inflamed).

It is then that your heel or the bottom of your foot hurts when you stand or walk or more often get up in the morning and place your feet on the floor for the first time that day.

Plantar Fasciitis is common in middle-aged people. It also occurs in younger people who are on their feet a lot, like athletes or soldiers. It can happen in one foot or both feet.

 

What are the causes of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is caused by straining the ligament that supports your arch. Repeated strain can cause tiny tears in the ligament. These can lead to pain and swelling. This is more likely to happen if:

  1. Your increasing age means that your plantar fasciia is less flexible and is devoid of stretching and this will create pain in other words       you have tight Achilles tendons or calf muscles.
  2. As stated being overweight adds extra pressure on the feet especially on those that are standing for long periods throughout the day/night
  3. Wearing incorrect or ill fitting footwear
  4. Sudden inclusion of exercises in your daily routine
  5. You have high arches or flat feet.
  6. People that are suffering from diabetes or some forms of arthritis
  7. Your feet roll inward too much when you walk
  8. Previous injuries to the foot where damage is done to the Achiles, calf muscles or the tendons making up the ankle.
  9. Calcium Deposits – abnormal calcium deposits can form on the base of the foot/heel resulting in foot pain and what are termed as Heel Spurs which throw the alignment of the Plantars Fascia out, this in turn creates problems through irritation of the Fascia itself

 

What are the symptoms

 

Most people with plantar fasciitis have pain when they take their first steps after they get out of bed or sit for a long time. You may have less stiffness and pain after you take a few steps. But your foot may hurt more as the day goes on. It may hurt the most when you climb stairs or after you standing for long periods of time.

If you have foot pain at night, you may have a different problem, such as arthritis, or a nerve problem such as tarsal tunnel syndrome.

 

Diagnosing plantar fasciitis

Your medical doctor should check your feet and watch you stand and walk. He or she will also ask questions about:

  1. Your past health, including what illnesses or injuries you have had.
  2. Your symptoms, where the pain is and what time of day your foot hurts most.
  3. How active you are and what types of physical activity do you do.
  4. What type of shoes do you wear
  5. Have you gained weight recently
  6. Are you exercising and what type

 

Your doctor may take an X-ray of your foot if he or she suspects a problem with the bones of your foot, such as a stress fracture. Or he or she may refer you to a Podiatrist for assessment if they themselves are not prepared to treat the problem or are not equipped to do so.

From that point the Podiatrist will make the same type of assessment and ask the same type of questions, this along with making assessment through either foot manipulation, checking your shoes for wear ( for this reason you should take your running, walking, standing shoes with you). He or she may then through the use of foam wedges build your foot up to see if it is the arch, the shoes, the heel etc that are creating the problem and any imbalance.

In turn they may simply require you to have an Xray or MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging) and this will allow them to view the current damage, or check for signs of tears in the Fascia, Heel Spurs or abnormal growth.

From these types of assessment you and they will start to understand exactly where the problems are and how the plantar fasciitis is effecting your life and hopefully at that time start looking for a treatment or cure for the plantar fasciitis.

 

Truth about Plantar Fasciitis

Plantars Fasciitis is curable assuming you follow the steps that are laid out for you , however if you are medically challenged, weight challenged then you will either have to learn to live with the problem or do something about the actual cause. In the majority of cases learning to avoid the dumb causes of plantars is the fastest way to recovery.

Living with Plantars

I live with Plantars Fasciitis – and I am losing weight slowly however my daily regime must be followed daily to allow me to function without pain. I am medically challenged so it adds to the situation however that is also being brought to heel – no pun intended.

In the beginning daily solutions were or are:

  1. Get up and stretch before walking anywhere – sitting on the side of the bed – stretching the feet – getting them working – warming them up to the task ahead.
  2. Have a shower etc :
  3. Get to the nearest step and stretch the achilles, Calf muscles and the ankle (every day – make it a habit)
  4. Give your feet a rest. Cut back on activities that make your foot hurt. Try not to walk or run on hard surfaces.
  5. Get some better shoes – something that has some strength to it and very little flexibility especially in running or walking shoes , bottom line pay the price for them or you will forever pay the price in pain.
  6. Get some inner soles for the shoes that allow for comfort without losing stability – I do not wear orthotics – I have two sets that were made for me and they are useless, a waste of money – In My case walking on something harder inside my shoes crippled me it did not reshape my foot , I do not have fallen arches .
  7. I use a slightly expensive inner sole designed for plantars similar to the Samurai Insoles sold on our website. It has sufficient support and allows me to remain active for up to 3 to 4 hrs per day (on my feet) coaching kids.

 

Ok Back to the days treatment for plantar fasciitis:

End of each day with or without pain I always complete the following regime:

 

Ice the sole of the foot using either a plastic drink bottle filled with frozen tap water (yes Ice) roll the bottle along my foot in an attempt to calm down the plantars fascia, before starting my exercise routine.

 

 

 

Redo my stretches – (video attached on the site shows more stretches for you) normally I do the same as the morning stretches but slightly longer periods –

 

 

 

 

Spiky Ball Treatment: Roll the spiky ball under the sole of the foot applying whatever level of pressure you can bear to realign the tendons in the foot (do both feet)

 

Foot Massager – I find that using a rubber or wooden roller works well for me again applying enough pressure not to cause pain or excessive pain.

 

 

 

 

 

ICE again – after pushing the tendons and plantar fascia it pays to ice again for 10 minutes

 

Apply heat rub – or simply a nice foot cream that soothes the feet –

 

Not all treatments work for all people

Now it needs to be stated that : No single treatment system works best for everyone with chronic plantar fasciitis. But there are many things you can try to help your feet get better:

In fact there are a range of treatment profiles that medical staff may provide and you may well have to wear any of the following

  1. Compression Stocking to prevent swelling of the calves and ankles
  2. Compression socks to prevent ankle swelling
  3. Plantar Fasciitis Sleeves
  4. Braces for Plantar Fascittis
  5. Stretching Aids may need to be used to assist or increase your stretching regime.
  6. Arch Supports or Heel protectors or Shoe inserts for the plantar fasciitis
  7. Or try heel cups (use them in both shoes) , even if only one foot hurts. these reduce the pressure or tension on the achilles and therefore takes the pressure off the plantars fascia.
  8. There are treatments that allow for the use of KT tape for plantars fasciitis or simply taping with non stretch tapes to prevent oversue of the injured feet or foot.
  9. You may need an injection (such as a steroid) in your heel, to assist in the healing process
  10. If these treatments do not help, your doctor may recommend plantar fasciitis night splints that you wear at night,

You probably will not need surgery. Doctors only suggest it for people who still have pain after trying other treatments for 6 to 12 months. Some may give you steroid injections in the heel to assist the healing process however I have yet to see any benefit from mine.

 

How long will it take for the pain to go away?

Plantar fasciitis most often occurs because of injuries or illness that have happened over time. With treatment, you will have less pain within a few weeks. But it may take time for the pain to go away completely. It may take a few months to a year.

Stay with your treatment. If you don’t, you may have constant pain when you stand or walk. The sooner you start treatment, the sooner your feet will stop hurting.

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Your feet Carry the weight of the World

During a typical day of working and walking, the force on your feet can complete thousands of steps . It is not unusual for the average person to walk between 4,000 and 6,000 steps on a daily basis

However when your feet are tired, sore or in pain , the rest of your body tends to feel the same.

The Natural Chemistree Foot Massager Roller provides the very same restorative results felt when you have a deep-tissue massage, and this is in the privacy of your own residence as well as it being much less expense.

Designed to complement the shape of the soles of the feet, various small nubs on the surface of the roller supply an impact to the soles of your feet in order to stimulate circulation as well as reduce aches & discomforts.

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If you have especially tender or sensitive feet, leave your socks on for a mild massage therapy.

Using our roller barefoot will give further, extra intense stimulation. Tires on both sides of this 6.5″ roller make it secure for usage on any type of flooring. Allowing it to roll backwards and forwards as you apply pressure to the roller

Reflex zones on the soles of your feet can influence your whole body and as you will find out they can and do relieve ill feeling in those areas

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Plantars Fasciitis and the Roller

For this with chronic plantar fasciitis you will over time comes to think of the Natural Chemistree Foot Massager as a cure for plantar fasciitis, it is not that on its own however in conjunction with Ice Therapy, Stretching, Anti Inflamatories, and buying the correct shoes, and inner soles you will over time alleviate some of the pain if not all of the pain associated with chronic plantar fasciitis

Do not stand for worn out, throbbing feet any  longer. Add the Natural Chemistree Foot Massager Roller to your cart today and alleviate the pain.

Self-Diagnosing Plantar Fasciitis

Commonly, plantar fasciitis emerges as heel pain when initially standing in the early morning or when climbing after along duration of resting. The pain and rigidity briefly enhances, but typically aggravates through the day.

So how to deal with plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis pain commonly occurs after long periods of standing and worsens when climbing up or depending on your toes. It normally enhances with workout, yet returns after that. Self-diagnosing plantar fasciitis can be difficult, as signs might appear like those of arthritis or a nerve issue.

Exactly how Plantar Fasciitis Develops

Plantar fasciitis is commonly perilous. It could initially show up breifly when you first stand in the early morning or after an extended period of sitting. Nevertheless, if you cannot correctly rest your feet, the condition will certainly get worse and also result in swelling as well as boosted discomfort. Your feet might never even recover entirely, if you do not alter your routine and stay clear of harmful tasks.

The Development of Plantar Fasciitis

As plantar fasciitis progresses, heel discomfort usually gets worse. Efforts to reduce pain, like altering your gait, could trigger even more discomfort and bring about the growth of back, leg, hip and also other foot concerns. Plantar fasciitis will most likely severely limit your sporting tasks as well as might prevent you from doing any type of running, jumping or weight bearing tasks. However, below is the plantar fasciitis treatment: The problem might eventually bring about the growth of heel spurs, as the plantar fascia draws the heel bone.

If not properly treated, plantar fasciitis can at some point cause persistent pain whenever you get on your feet.

Heel Discomfort and Plantar Fasciitis

The most usual source of heel discomfort is plantar fasciitis, an injury of the plantar fascia ligament that runs under the foot from the heel bone to the toes. This injury happens when the ligament splits and also triggers discomfort and also swelling, often near where the plantar fascia affixes to the heel.

Plantar fasciitis signs normally include acute heel pain, pains and shedding in the heel of the foot. These are most visible in the early mornings, after weight is placed on the tendon and also it loosens up. Plantar fasciitis discomfort generally decreases as the plantar fascia is heated up, yet returns after extended periods of standing or when increasing from a long period of inactivity.

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