Those first few excruciating steps upon getting out of bed in the morning are hallmark plantar fasciitis!
The plantar (sole of the foot) fascia (tissue) is a strong connective band that starts on the inside of the heel bone and spread through the arch towards the tendons of the toes. But plantar fasciitis is not life threatening and there are things you can do about it – some easy, some not so much.
Well there’s not much anyone can do about aging and plantar fasciitis usually doesn’t show up until well after 30.

A recent study concluded that the #1 risk factor for plantar fasciitis is tight calf muscles. Those that have suffered shin soreness due to flat feet, fallen arches, or Plantar Fasciitis , will know that it can be a painful condition affecting the tissue in the foot arch that connects the heel bone and toes. Plantar fasciitis treatment can take a few different forms such as orthotics and taping, one technique that can assist recovery is plantar fasciitis taping. So I would like to share with you a great plantar fasciitis strapping technique in the video below, which shows how to apply Rigid Strapping Tape to the foot arch.

When taping the feet to support the plantar fascia, remember not to tape the anchor to tight, as it will prevent the proper foot movement and will become uncomfortable for the athlete.

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