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Heel pain is a common complaint from runners and many suffer it in some form or another. Foot pain can be caused by a wide variety of conditions.
Minor and acute pain and injuries may be reduced with simple exercises, stretches, icing and rest. Major injuries and chronic pain may require medical attention like a physical therapist, treatments or even surgery. Our post shows you main causes and also we have a video that has some foot pain exercises that will help your condition.
Plantar Fasciitis Heel Pain Info
According to Footcare Facts, Plantar Fasciitis is the number one cause of heel pain. This can be as a result of improper foot position and overuse use of your feet while wearing poor quality or poor fitting shoes. In addition, women are 6 times more likely to suffer from plantar fasciitis.
Plantar Fasciitis Stretches Infographic
Here’s an excellent Plantar Fasciitis Infographic from Easier Living that shows you 6 easy stretches that will assist with some relief.
Instead of using a Mini Thera-Roll in #3, you can use a frozen water bottle, tennis ball, ice-cold can, or foam roller. Continue on to discover additional exercises that are not so well known.
Successful Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Exercises Video
Jeff Cavaliere from Athlean X is a physical therapist and personal trainer. In this video Jeff shows you how to find the cause and treat the cause of your plantar fasciitis so that it will never come back. Click Play above to view ^
Foot Taping For Plantar Fasciitis
If conventional stretches and massage techniques for plantar fasciitis aren’t helping you, you may want to check out this infographic from WIMI Sports and Fitnress and try taping your feet with silk and Leukotape P Sports Tape to reduce plantar fasciitis pain.