Plantar Fasciitis Relief
Relieves Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Pain, Achilles Tendonitis, and Swelling (UNISEX).
For the treatment of plantar fasciitis, heel pain, and swelling - provides ankle and arch support.
Graduated compression zone features boost circulation, reduce swelling, and speed up the recovery of tired feet.
Comfortable to wear under socks and shoes for extra support.
Great value - these compression foot sleeves are sold as a PAIR.
- ActivSocks® PF Compression Foot Sleeves
- Easy and comfortable to wear
- Can be worn day or night and with shoes for 24/7 support
- Anatomically designed for maximum comfort and is latex-free
- PAIR - UNISEX
Plantar Fasciitis or jogger's heel results in pain in the arch and heel of the foot.
The pain is most severe at the beginning of the day or following periods of rest. Pain is increased by tightening the Achilles tendon.
Between 4% to 7% of people experience this type of pain at any one time and about 80% of these can be attributed to Plantar Fasciitis.
About 80% of Plantar Fasciitis cases will improve within 6 months using treatments such as PF Sleeves.
These PF Compression Foot Sleeves are light and thin enough to be worn under socks and shoes for extra support all day.
This compression zone technology helps relieve pain and increases blood flow to speed up the recovery of tired feet.
For relief of Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Heel Pain, and Foot Swelling:
- Comfortable to wear both day and night
- Comfortable to wear with shoes
- Aids circulation
- Reduces swelling
- Speeds recovery
Please consult your doctor if you are a diabetic or suffer from poor circulation. Do not use on broken or injured skin.
Plantar Fasciitis ("Plan-Ter-Fash-Ee-Eye-Tis")
Plantar Fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain.
The plantar fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes. It supports the arch of your foot. If you strain your plantar fascia, it gets weak, swollen, and irritated (inflamed) then the heel or bottom of your foot hurts when you stand or walk.
With treatment, you will have less pain in a few weeks. But it may take time for the pain to go away completely. It may take a few months to a year. 4 out of 5 cases resolve within a year.