Thera-Band Foot Roller
Used for temporary pain relief associated with plantar-fasciitis, heel spurs, and tired feet.
The TheraBand Foot Roller is great for everyday pain relief. Foot pain can be the result of rigorous workouts, long days on your feet, or simple walks into the office every morning. No matter what is causing the foot pain, a TheraBand Foot Roller can provide a gentle foot massage that alleviates discomfort and soreness. The roller stretches the plantar fascia and increases flexibility to help treat heel spurs and plantar fasciitis.
TheraBand Foot Rollers can be kept in the fridge or freezer to be cooled and used as a cryotherapy treatment. This gives it a cold, soothing feel on sore muscles and joints. Cold therapy is ideal for reducing inflammation and general soreness after physical activities.
On the Go Therapy:
The Foot Roller is compact and portable, making on-the-go foot therapy easier than ever before. Leave it next to the bed for a relaxing foot massage after a long day, or start the day off right by stretching your plantar fascia, toes, and foot pad in the morning. It can also be kept in a gym bag to relieve pain after working out.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are signs of plantar fasciitis?
The classic sign of plantar fasciitis is that the worst pain occurs with the first few steps in the morning, but not every patient will have this symptom. Patients often notice pain at the beginning of activity that lessens or resolves as they warm up. The pain may also occur with prolonged standing and is sometimes accompanied by stiffness. In more severe cases, the pain will also worsen toward the end of the day.
What stretching exercises to do before getting out of bed?
Many people with plantar fasciitis have intense heel pain in the morning when they take their first steps after getting out of bed. This pain comes from the tightening of the plantar fascia that occurs during sleep. Stretching or massaging the plantar fascia before standing up can often reduce heel pain.
• Stretch your foot by flexing it up and down 10 times before standing.
• Do toe stretches to stretch the plantar fascia.
• Use a TheraBand Foot Roller or towel to stretch the bottom of your foot.