Video 386 | Plantar Fasciitis Therapy (30 minutes) with Lauren Eirk
C.P.I. Chronic Pain and Inflammation • 14-Dec-2022
This integrated full-body workout addresses some of the common muscle issues that cause plantar fasciitis. Learn how to strengthen muscles of the foot and ankle to improve foot rigidity in forward propulsion. Also, understand the need for the foot to have enough mobility to adapt to the surfaces that we walk on.
Practice exercises that are designed to address the strength and mobility of the foot, knee, hip, trunk, spine, and shoulder relationships. Many foot issues are not caused by the foot, even though many therapies are centered around passive stretching, massage, and immobilization of the foot and ankle.
In this video, get a short explanation of basic foot mechanics and the cause of plantar fasciitis (fast forward as needed to go straight to the routine) followed by exercises to help activate weak muscles for better distribution of mechanical stresses in the lower body.
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