Excessive lowering of the arch (A) is believed to increase tension in the plantar fascia (arrow B), producing heel pain by pulling on the plantar fascia's attachment (star). The flexor digitorum brevis muscle (FDB) is located beneath the plantar fascia, which has been cut and reflected.

Stabilize it with the heel and forefoot and pull the opposite end of the TheraBand to your knee, thereby lifting your toes.

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