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Mindfulness for Plantar Fasciitis Sufferers

Mindfulness for Plantar Fasciitis Sufferers

Plantar Fasciitis Sufferers Aren’t Alone

The first step in healing plantar fasciitis is learning the necessary mind-body techniques that will alleviate its pain, such as mindfulness – an approach to mental practice which cultivates awareness of present moment experiences.

Acupuncture- Acupuncture can be an effective treatment option for plantar fasciitis, helping reduce symptoms and enhance function in some patients. Acupuncture has lower risks than over-the-counter painkillers and could be beneficial in cases with more severe symptoms (Rosenbaum, 2014).

Yoga – Yoga is an ancient physical practice designed to bring balance to body, mind and soul. Not only does it strengthen muscle groups but it can also reduce stress levels while improving immunity as well as mobility and flexibility throughout the body.

Practice Yoga – Regular yoga stretches can make an enormous difference for those suffering from heel pain and plantar fasciitis, improving muscle flexibility and strength while decreasing inflammation, stiffness and pain in their feet. They may even strengthen and stretch out your plantar fascia which connects your heel bone to toes.

Reclining Bound Angle Pose – Reclining Bound Angle Pose is a restorative pose that helps ease swelling and stiffness in feet and ankles, as well as being beneficial for those suffering from plantar fasciitis as it strengthens back leg and thigh muscles while improving posture and gait.


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