Put an End to Plantar Fasciitis

Some people call it policeman’s heel and others heel pain. Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the thick tissue band connecting the toes to the heel bone. Generalized as foot pain, it sometimes leads to musculoskeletal problems that involve the back, shoulder, ankle, or knee. This inhibits the ability to walk properly, exercise and also lowers your quality of life. So, how do you put an end to plantar fasciitis? a foot massage works magic on inflamed feet tissue.
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Foot massage delivered in the comfort of your home by the best mobile massage in Downtown helps relieve pain and prevents plantar fasciitis from becoming chronic. When practiced regularly, a foot massage among other benefits is known to get rid of plantar fasciitis. The condition is rampant in runners and overweight people as well. It might not be as painful at first but it worsens with time. You stand up to walk and a sharp pain shoots in your foot but disappears after sometime.
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Why Get a Foot Massage?

Getting a foot massage from our massage therapist at footsage.com feels good, sometimes a bit uncomfortable but never painful. The massage therapist starts with soft touches then progresses to increase pressure avoiding the sore spots.
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Heel pain is often intense after relaxing for a while without walking. After work, you take a shower and relax then the moment you stand to go to bed or get something, the pain gets intense. With a foot massage delivered in the comfort of your home, you can schedule the massage at any time you want. Either early in the morning before you go to work, in the evening after work or any other time that is convenient for you.
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How Does a Foot Massage Work to End Plantar Fasciitis?

To put an end to plantar fasciitis, the massage therapist works on your feet to stretch the tissue band. Plantar fasciitis specific stretching reviewed and published in The Permanente Journal showed long term results for easing heel pain through a foot massage.
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The massage therapist works on your feet by applying light pressure on longer strokes at first. The strokes are lengthened, and pressure increased avoiding the overly sore spots. The aim here is to try and loosen the fascia tissue to make it less painful and more comfortable when walking.
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At Footsage, we have a membership package that gives you the option of getting a massage in the comfort of your home. Contact us today and get a massage as you relax in the comfort of your home. Let us help you put an end to plantar fasciitis and advise you on practices to ensure it’s gone out of your life.

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