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Are you still suffering from Plantar Fasciitis? How long have you had it? Not going away?

Isn’t it time that you reduced that issue?

Plantar Fasciitis is a pain in the sole, arch or heel of the foot. The pain/discomfort can get worse when you have been still, such as sitting or sleeping, and it can take a while for your foot to loosen up. And as soon as you rest, the pain is back again. What feels like a constant cycle.

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The muscle on the sole of your foot is called the plantar fascia. It can become tense when the foot is not in its correct position. So, if you have high arches or flat feet, or have injured your ankle, you might be prone to this condition.

It is possible to reduce the pain you get with a combination of skills. Fortunately, a set of skills that I possess! I am finding that a combination of foot analysis, reflexology, massage and exercise (and a couple of hidden modalities) are able to activate the plantar fascia muscle and this can have a big impact on the reduction of pain in the foot.

It’s not guaranteed that the discomfort will stay away, but you will be given videos of the exercises to improve the issue with your feet. You can complete these exercises at home, whenever you need to. The exercises provided are aimed at strengthening the foot muscles and bringing them back into alignment. But like any muscle you have to keep working on them, let them slip and the discomfort can come back.

So, if you have Plantar Fasciitis and would like some relief, why not book a session. We all know someone that has it, so please share this blog with them too. You might just become their new best friend.

£60 (equipment included). Follow up session (if required) £45.

Prices correct at time of publication.

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