Plantar Fasciitis Compression Sleeves For Foot And Heel Pain. With Arch Support, Best On Flat Feet (4 L/XL socks included)

4 Compression Socks, Great for Plantar Fasciitis

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This giveaway started June 19, 2017 6:59 AM PDT and ends June 25, 2017 11:59 PM PDT.

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Plantar Fasciitis Compression Socks to be used day or night – Plantar Fasciitis is a common yet painful occurrence of the foot, causing inflammation in the ligament on the bottom of your foot. It is caused by excessive strain on the Plantar Fascia, one of the largest ligaments in the body that is found underneath the foot, which results in damage to the ligament in the form of micro tears. – The most common cause of Plantar Fasciitis is being overweight or obese. The increases weight puts increased pressure on ligament, further straining the muscle. Other causes include excessive running, having low/high foot arches or spending long hours on your feet. However, the most overlooked cause is wearing inadequate footwear. Worn out soles and poor arch support for feet can result in plantar Fasciitis easily. – The first step to towards getting better is to ease up. If inflammation or pain flares up, you should give your feet some rest and take anti-inflammatory medicine if you need it. Pushing through the pain will only make things worse, so reducing or changing your exercises is a must. Applying ice a few times a day to your feet will also help with the swelling. Another step is investing in proper footwear. Shoes with perfect fitting and good arch support will help wonders in preventing foot pain. – Physical therapy and stretching are a vital part of the treatment. Make sure to include stretching in your daily routine, and always warm up before any physical activity. Stretching exercises for your feet, mainly for your damaged ligaments, are essential so regularly perform stretches on the foot arch, the plantar fascia and the calves for a maximized treatment for your feet.


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