NOTE: You will find a lot of websites advertising stretching exercises to try. Stretching is a very important step in getting relief from Plantar Fasciitis, but it's also only a small piece of the puzzle of what it actually takes to achieve a full recovery.
It is not true that icing, heating pads and stretching will provide a 100% recovery. The Plantar Fascia must be kept stretched 24 hours a day and you must also not walk barefoot around your house(very important and often something customers do not think about). We have been helping people that suffer from Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain for over three years and we have figured out exactly what it takes for a speedy and non-surgical recovery.
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stretching must not be too forceful, just enough to feel a definite stretch
and not enough to cause pain. Do the stretching slowly. You should
repeat the stretches until there is no longer sharp pain when you walk.
To be done
Heel Pain Stretch #1
arms length from the wall with the palms of the hands flat against the wall.
Bend the elbows, and lean into the wall.Keep the knees and hips straight, and the heels on the floor. Hold for a
count of five; then return to the starting position.
Heel Pain Stretch #2
back against the wall, and heels near the wall. Bend the knees slowly keeping
the heels flat on the floor. Hold for a count of five; then return to the
starting position again.
Heel Pain Stretch #3
Sit on a bed
or the floor with your knees straight.Place a folded towel or belt around the forepart of one foot.Hold one end of the towel in each hand, and
pull the forefoot towards the body, keeping the knee straight.Hold for a count of five, and then return to
the starting position.
Heel Pain Stretch #4
the ball of your foot on a block or on the edge of a step or stair.Keep the knee straight.Lower heel as far as possible below the block
or step and hold on for a count of five.
Heel Pain Stretch #5
one leg forward, one leg behind. Keeping heels on the floor, lean forward.
Should feel a stretch – on calf and behind knee.
Heel Pain Stretch #6
grade walk – Position yourself on fingertips and feet, heels flat on floor.
Gradually “walk” the hands backwards to a more jack-knife position, keeping
heels on floor.
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