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Suffer from migraines? Tip 2: Myofascial release for the Suboccipitals The Suboccipital muscles hold a lot of tension due to tightness in the neck resulting from bad posture. Soft tissue therapy can help reduce the tension and relaxing these muscles can reduce migraines and headaches as a result. Step 1: Lay down on supine (on your back) on a floor with your knees bent. Step 2: Use a tennis ball or a lacrosse ball for this release. #decousportschiro #bozeman
Plantar Fasciitis inflammatory can be very painful and can get worse if it is not treated. Using a hard ball to roll on your foot is a good way of treating your foot. Also, wearing CompressionZ foot sleeves are a good treatment to use on your foot because this can be worn at any time.
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Easy Exercise for Foot, Arch and Leg Pain from Fallen Arches, Flat Feet, Pronation Fallen arches, flat feet, or Plantar fasciitis can cause pain and discomfort in the legs, feet, ankles, Achilles tendon, hips, and low back. In this video, Ron Vaughn, a sports massage therapist, and Christie Powell, a physical therapist, explain how the feet ...
Build Stronger Feet and Ankles: http://www.runnersworld.com/health/build-stronger-feet-and-ankles You can combine regular stretching with our insoles to relieve and prevent foot pain! #PlantarFasciitis #FootPain #HeelSpur #Insole #PainRelief #FootSupport
Foot taping for Plantar Fasciitis 1) Wrap strip of tape around foot, at level of ball of foot. 2) Wrap second strip of tape around heel, starting just below pinky toe, around sides of heel, and back up to first strip of tape. 3) Wrap third strip of tape around heel, starting just below pinky toe, like you did in step 2. This time, circle heel and wrap tape in criss-cross, so that it ends just below big toe. 4) Repeat step 3. Does not need to align perfectly. Can stay in place for one week.