If you’re struggling with Plantar Fasciitis, this plantar fasciitis sock stands out from other treatment options. It provides compression for stretching but also mobility. Many night braces or orthotics for plantar fasciitis are designed like a boot that makes late-night trips to the bathroom difficult. Plus, these products are often hot and uncomfortable to sleep in. Unlike these rigid options, the sleek design of our plantar fasciitis night splint makes getting a good night of sleep possible for those who struggle with bulkier boot-style options.
There are also other remedies that can be used to treat Plantar Fasciitis and help relieve your foot and heel pain. Physical therapy can help teach you exercises and to massage and stretch the affected area. Taping may also be an option. It is recommended to talk to your doctor if you have specific questions regarding your condition.
The key with this plantar fasciitis night splint sock is its dorsiflexion assist strap that stretches from the ankle to the toes. The fastener strap threads through a buckle, so you can easily adjust how much your plantar fascia stretches during the night.
A medical professional can provide more specific advice when it comes to the appropriate amount of plantar fasciitis stretching needed for relief from plantar fasciitis pain. But generally speaking, just a mild dorsiflexion foot stretch will suffice.
Another great feature of this stretching splint is that it includes an alligator fastener clip that allows for full customization. This piece is removable so you can make the straps shorter for a greater stretch. As seen in the photos above, you can fold the strap over and attach the fastener piece back onto the strap
The support for plantar fasciitis is constructed of premium-grade neoprene. This material is soft against the skin and free of latex. Another convenient feature of this plantar fasciitis soft night splint is that it has grip-friendly material on the bottom, so you are at less risk of slipping due to the plantar fascia sock when moving about at night. Also, you can easily unhook the dorsiflexion strap for more comfortable walking in this scenario.
This treatment sock splint leaves the heel of the foot open for improved breathability and user comfort. It is available in four different sizes that fit a wide range of shoe sizes. Both men and women can benefit from using this plantar fasciitis sock night splint.
A contact closure around the ankle means this component of the foot sock for plantar fasciitis arch pain is highly adjustable for a comfortable fit at the ankle, too.
While getting used to sleeping with the foot in dorsiflexion will likely take some time, a night splint sock for plantar fasciitis therapy is often easier to get used to than sleeping with a rigid plantar fasciitis boot. If the sock is uncomfortable, we recommend lessening the degree of stretch that you use. Another option would be to only wear the splint for a short period of time and work up to wearing it for longer periods of time. This stretching splint should be worn at night or while you’re resting during the day. If you are looking for something to wear throughout the day, check out this plantar fasciitis day splint brace.
Obviously, stretching the foot at night will help with plantar fasciitis relief, but this method can also help with other injuries such as Achilles tendonitis, plantar flexion contractures, heel spurs, and other lower leg overuse injuries.
The condition’s name is derived from the plantar fascia, which is the thick tendon that connects your heel and your toes, creating the arch in your foot. Plantar fasciitis is a condition characterized by a stabbing sensation in the heel that most often accompanies your first steps of the day. Once you have moved around a bit, limbering up your foot, the pain typically eases. Similarly, the stabbing sensation may also flare up when you stand after sitting for an extended time. The pain may also return following long hours on your feet or after an intense bout of physical activity.
The soft splint is lightweight and low-profile. In order to provide more comfort, the night splint leaves your heel open for improved breathability. It also has a grip-friendly, non-slip tread along the bottom of your foot so you can safely walk short distances in it at night, like when getting up to go to the bathroom. Many different sizes are available in order to fit everyone who needs relief.
The dorsiflexion strap is easy to unhook for a trip to the kitchen or bathroom in the middle of the night if desired. The splint is easy to apply and adjust thanks to the medical-grade fastener on the dorsiflexion strap and ankle component. It also features a removable alligator fastener clip that allows for full customization.
The night socks for plantar fasciitis are constructed of premium-grade neoprene. The innovative dorsiflexion strap provides a continuous foot stretch for plantar fasciitis, easing your heel pain. Also, our product is a simple black color and latex free. To clean the soft brace, hand wash it in warm water with a mild detergent and air dry.
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