Sore heels in the morning, also known as Plantar Fasciitis just plain sucks, especially if you’re a runner.
Sharp, burning pain that stays with you all day long and the only thing that gives you relief are stretching and pressure, and that’s why many people recommend rolling the bottom of your foot on a golf ball or frozen water bottle for 10 minutes
Night splints keep your feet stretched out all night so when you wake up, you won’t re-injure them when you get on your feet in the morning. You’ll have minimal pain sore heels in the morning when walking around and that should continue throughout the day.
It’s been reported that your foot can feel numb because of pressure from the straps, but night splint users say that if you stick with it, you’ll eventually find the fit that lets you sleep all night with it on.
This little ball massages trouble spots on hands and feet. Just roll the stimulating fingers under feet for fast plantar fasciitis relief.
You might feel your heel crunching as you rolled the ball under your heel, but that’s just breaking up scar tissue. It’s a “good hurt” in the arch and on the ball of your foot as well. Roll on these first thing when you wake up and you can say goodbye to sore heels in the morning.
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“I first went to Morgan Massage to seek relief from plantar fasciitis. Morgan helped devise a plan which included stretching and therapeutic massage.Within weeks I was pain-free. I walk comfortably to this day.”– Suzi H.
I often have shoulder and neck pain, and occasionally need a massage session. I can only second what others have written about Morgan. Never had such a good and thorough massage. It felt as if he released knotsin all the right places. Used cupping for the last 15 minutes, and it also felt “right” (and unexpectedly pleasant). His prices (quoted on his website) are on the steeper side, but I believe that one session at this level is worth several ordinary ones. Will definitely come again.
- Elena N.