Some people have trouble identifying this problem because it's similar to other foot conditions. Some individuals have high arches, while others have flat feet. Women with tight calf muscles are also more likely to develop plantar fasciitis. Even though this condition is misdiagnosed relatively easily as tarsal tunnel syndrome, there is no specific cause for it. The pain and stiffness usually begin when one first steps.
There is no definite cure for plantar fasciitis, but some nonsurgical treatment options can help. We carry some of the best-designed socks for plantar fasciitis, for day and night time. Wearing plantar fasciitis socks helps patients gradually return to activities that cause pain.
Other causes of plantar fasciitis include a sedentary lifestyle, wearing inappropriate footwear, or doing physical activities that strain the foot. A sedentary lifestyle and repetitive movements, such as running and aerobic dance, increase the risk of developing plantar fasciitis. However, in addition to plantar fasciitis socks, we also carry foot braces which can help in reducing your pain.
The symptoms of plantar fasciitis vary according to age and gender. Generally, simple, nonsurgical treatments like rest and stretching exercises, in addition to wearing a plantar fasciitis brace, can relieve pain. It is essential to obtain a proper analysis so that you can make an informed decision.
Strassburg Socks are breathable and help eliminate pain associated with plantar fasciitis. The night sock gently stretches the plantar fascia and calf muscles while sleeping. It helps erase the discomfort in your tight calves when you take your first steps in the morning.
The kit has two of the best splints/braces in Canada for reducing plantar fasciitis or heel pain day and night. Aircast Airheel is a daytime splint, and for stretching your Achilles during the nighttime, use a Dorsal night brace.