This Video will discuss how to manage the most common cause of heel pain known as plantar fasciitis which affects up to 10-15% of the population. The plantar fascia is a long fibrous connective tissue that extends from your heel to your toes. While walking (or running) when you roll forward onto your toes, tension is stored in the plantar fascia stabilizing your foot position with minimal muscular effort. It becomes painful when connective tissue doesn’t keep up with the demands placed on it, leading to maladaptation causing pain. Here are Some exercises from physical therapists that you can try at home.
1. Plantar Fascia Massage
2. Heel Raise
3. Floor Sitting Ankle Inversion With Resistance
4. Seated Toe Towel Scrunches
5. Seated Plantar Fascia Stretch
6. Wall-Facing Calf Stretch
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