#1 Plantar Fasciitis Socks & Compression Sleeves On The Market
"...After Months of Daily Foot Pain, Doctor Visits, Trying Dozens of Home Remedies and Good Sounding Products, These Plantar Fasciitis Socks Finally Brought Success."
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7 Targeted Compression Zones Work For Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spur, Foot Swelling, Arthritis, Neuropathy, Gout...
8 out of 10 people suffer from foot pain at one stage in their lives. That’s a statistical fact. People like you and me. People that love to live an active life, play with their kids or grandkids in the garden, enjoy walking their dogs, exercise to stay fit and healthy or need to stay on their feet for several hours during long days at work.
Unfortunately, this can be a very fragile state. If you have ever experienced any pain that made it impossible for you to even take a single step, you know what I am talking about. The good news is – you’re not alone.
Foot pain comes with many different faces. And though every single disorder needs a dedicated therapy, they all have one thing in common. They can be treated with targeted compression that stabilizes the area of pain and enhances the blood circulation for faster and better regeneration. And our Plantar Fasciitis Socks provide just the perfect amount of compression and stabilisation that your feet need.
7 Targeted Zones & 3 Unique Levels of Graduated Compression
Our Pain Relief Foot Compression Sleeves provide targeted support to the ball, arch, plantar fascia, heel and ankle. For soothing relief. This makes them great socks for plantar fasciitis, but also for many other foot problems. Try them yourself.
3 Unique Levels between 20 - 30 mmHg of True Graduated Compression combat tired and achy feet, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, tendonitis, heel spur, neuropathy, gout and many more.
Say Goodbye to tired, achy and sore throbbing feet
Still on the fence? Here's a success story from our customer Julia...
In August of 2019 I suffered a really bad sprain of my ankle. Shortly thereafter I discovered pain in the sole of my left foot and arch. This pain was especially bad in the morning upon first getting out of bed. On some days it took me up to 30 minutes before I was even able to put weight on my foot. Yes, it was that painful and bad.
I decided to give my foot some rest and stopped working out. I even quit going to my yoga class, which was horrible for me at that time, because I really enjoy yoga and this is something that I am looking forward to every single day. However, these measures didn’t pay off. Instead, my pain only got worse. I wasn’t able to sit for extended periods, walking was horribly painful and at the end of each day I felt like I couldn’t make it another day.
I had been using various insoles, socks, orthotics and other little helpers that you can buy at the pharmacy. Some gave me some slight improvements, while others did nothing to relieve any pain. I finally made an appointment at a doctors office and was told that I had plantar fasciitis. So I took that information to the internet and found a lot of stretches, remedies and exercises that people discuss online. I tried rolling a tennis ball, a specific massage ball and a frozen water bottle under my foot. I tested various stretching positions as well, but unfortunately nothing seemed to improve my state. The pain just would not go away. I finally reached a point where I could not stand in the mornings and could not walk barefoot at all.
In October I sought help at a local physiotherapist, who was recommended to me by a close friend that has had some foot pain herself at some time earlier this year. After a consult she determined that I definitely suffered from plantar fasciitis and was recommenced physical therapy with ultrasound, shockwave therapy and whirlpool. Additionally I was told to get myself a pair of toeless compression socks targeted at the soles of my feet. I researched this online and finally decided to order a pair of these plantar fasciitis socks here from BaronActive. And boy, this is where I began making progress.
I started my physical therapy, along with stretching and using the Pain Relief Foot Compression Sleeves. I immediately noticed some improvement. I was able to walk again and was not experiencing much pain throughout the whole day when wearing my new best friends. Without them life was still bad, but finally I saw some silver linings. Within three weeks most of the inflammation was gone and I was able to walk fairly normally again. I could even go to my yoga class again and 5 weeks later I could run for 7 miles twice a week without experiencing any further pain. Meanwhile I had like 10 pairs at home of these socks and can only highly recommend them to anybody suffering from any type of foot pain. These sleeves literally saved my life!