The Corflex Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint for Plantar Fasciitis Foot Pain
An injury to the plantar fascia in the foot is one of the most common causes of pain in the heel. The plantar fascia is a ligament that runs from the heel to the toes and it can become irritated from many causes and cause severe foot pain that needs a proper heel pain plantar fasciitis stay to recover.
Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms Treated by the Ultra Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint
The symptoms of plantar fasciitis are caused by many things including being overweight or having to always be on the feet for extended periods of time.
- Many people experience pain when they wake up in the morning. It is thought that the foot ligament tightens in the night causing such severe pain in the morning. This 90 degree night splint for plantar fascia pain holds the foot in a position that limits pain when walking in the morning.
- Increased pain when flexing or extending the plantar fascia ligament in such tasks as climbing stairs.
A Corflex Plantar Fascia Night Splint with Features for Plantar Flexion Contractures
- Durable outer shell for heel pain protection that runs part way up the back of the leg for the best foot stabilization.
- Incorporates a soft liner with a d-ring closure for easy application and removal.
- The three straps are located in areas that provide the best plantar fasciitis support.
- When applying this foot splint for plantar fasciitis make sure that the foot is flexed to maximize the angle of dorsiflexion.
- Attach the instep strap first to secure the heel into the heel spur splint and then fasten the other straps for the best support
The Corflex Ultra 90 Degree Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint for Achilles Tendinitis
- Achilles Tendinitis—this is an overuse injury to the Achilles tendon that connects the calf muscles to the heel.
- Plantar flexion contractures—the plantar ligaments and plantar tendons become tightened and painful and this plantar night splint heals it in a similar way to plantar fasciitis pain relief.
- Heel spur pain—abnormal bone growths in the heel that can cause wear and tear to ligaments and pain in the heel.