Plantar Fasciitis Exercises for Relief of Pain

While there are a number of steps you can take to help prevent and treat plantar fasciitis pain, researchers have found that the combination of targeted stretching exercises and quality heel cups provide the most significant relief from heel pain.

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment and Prevention

Plantar fasciitis exercises, in particular plantar fasciitis stretches, are a key part of treatment. Stretching the plantar fascia and calf muscles can have a major impact on reducing plantar fasciitis pain levels in a short time.

Plantar Fasciitis Stretches

ProStretch Plus Stretching GuideThe best way to treat a plantar fasciitis injury is to keep it from happening in the first place! Many times, plantar fasciitis can be prevented by improving lower extremity is a unique enhancement tool designed to allow you to improve all three of these categories.

Increased muscle flexibility reduces the risk of over-use injuries like plantar fasciitis. With a proper ProStretch Plus flexibility program, muscles and tendons actually begin to lengthen. You can learn how to best stretch and strengthen your lower leg using the ProStretch Plus by downloading the ProStretch Plus Stretching Guide.

You can see the ProStretch Plus in action by watching this video.

In addition to using the ProStretch Plus to help treat and prevent plantar fasciitis,
here are some additional suggestions for exercises that may help.

  • Ball Rolling -┬áThe plantar fascia can be stretched by rolling it over a round object like a ball, bottle or can
  • Roll the foot repeatedly over the object, applying increasing downwards pressure
  • Cold Therapy – If you using an object which can be frozen in the freezer, such as a water bottle, this also applies cold therapy at the same time

*Information on this website contains suggestions for informational purposes only. Always seek professional advice before beginning any treatment plan.