Brace at plantar fasciitis
Do you suffer from symptoms associated with plantar fasciitis? Then the brace specialist will provide the right solution! The night splints provide the right compression and protection for the heel. This relieves the pain and prevents further overload. In short, the best support for the heel!
What is plantar fasciitis?
Plantar fasciitis is an overload injury to the heel that is generally common in athletes. The tendon that connects the heel to the forefoot is then irritated. This usually causes pain complaints when standing and walking, among other things. This injury is partly caused by having too short muscles, especially in places such as the calves or in the sole of the foot. This causes the tendon plate to be under high tension and becomes overloaded. The symptoms can also be caused by prolonged exercise, walking or standing.
What are the symptoms of plantar fasciitis?
When there is a plantar fasciitis, several complaints can occur in the heel. These are defects that irritate the heel to perform daily operations.
Plantar fasciitis complaints that may arise include:
- Nagging pain under foot at heel level
- Radiated pain to the inside of the foot
- Radiated pain to the toes
The pain symptoms can usually be felt in the morning when you get up or when you get up after a long time. Also, some people may experience pain while standing or walking.
Treatment of plantar fasciitis
The treatment of plantar fasciitis actually begins with a period of rest. After a long period of time enough rest, it is recommended to wear a support device. A night splint of Pro-orthic is a good example of this. These night pallets ensure that the foot is supported in the desired places, but not immobilized. This ensures that you can still keep moving.
Only in some cases that last 9 to 12 months. Surgery is proceeded when the above (too) produces little result.
Exercises for plantar fasciitis
When you experience plantar fasciitis, it is smart to protect the heel with a brace or night splint. This allows the heel to relax, provides support and can recover more quickly. In addition, it is good to add exercises to improve the recovery process.
Tennis ball exercise
A well-known exercise used for the recovery of plantar fasciitis, is the tennis ball exercise. How exactly does this work?
Step 1: Grab a tennis ball or a similar ball that you have at home.
Step 2: Then place the ball on the ground and put your foot on top of the ball without footwear. You don’t have to stand on it.
Step 3: Then move your foot forward and backward and keep the pressure on the ball.
Looking for more of these kinds of exercises? Check out this page!
How do you tape a plantar fasciitis?
Fasciitis plantar tapping gives after the night splint the best support to the heel. The purpose of taping is to ensure that the tendon plate cannot stretch too far: this prevents the tendon plate attachment to the heel from being overloaded. It has to be taken into account that the tape is placed correctly, otherwise it can backfire. In addition, it should be be taken into care that the skin is not damaged by the tape.
Use professional sports tape and leave lesser tape behind. Bad tape can quickly cause skin damage, which should stop treatment.
The tape is applied by applying long strips of tape in the longitudinal direction of the foot, interspersed with transverse strips to keep the tape well in place. In addition, tapping the heel is very important to keep the focus on the heel.
Would you like to know more about taping and how to make your tape independently? Check out the following blog post!
What is plantar fasciitis?
Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury to the heel that is generally common in athletes. The tendon connecting the heel to the forefoot is then irritated.
How does plantar fasciitis develop?
The injury is partly caused by having muscles that are too short, especially in places in the calves or sole of the foot. This causes the tendon plate to be under high tension and overloaded.
How can you recognize plantar fasciitis?
With plantar fasciitis, there is nagging pain under the foot at the heel. In addition, you will have to deal with pain radiated to the inside of the foot and toes.
What are the braces for in plantar fasciitis?
The night splints provide effectiveness and support to the heel. They stabilize the foot throughout the day and thus reduce pain in the heel. This makes movements much easier.
How to treat plantar fasciitis?
Start taking a rest. After that, tools can be an added value to speed up the recovery process. The night splint applies here.
Can a plantar fasciitis be taped?
Plantar fasciitis taping provides the best heel support after the night splint. Care must be taken that the tape is placed in the right way, otherwise it can backfire.
Are there exercises for plantar fasciitis?
There are a number of exercises that help promote plantar fasciitis recovery. Based on our knowledge, the brace specialist has published an exercise page to guide the recovery in the right direction.