How To Relieve Foot Pain On the Go
Posted on Sep 11, 2020

Relieving foot pain on the go is easier than you think and can be crucial to improving the quality of your day. Tense, tight, irritated muscles can pull your focus away from the activities you enjoy. Foot pain is emotionally draining and actually causes fatigue. It makes you less effective as a person. There is no reason to live with foot pain. Put this pain and irritation out of your mind with easy stretches and products to help you go throughout your day without uninvited foot pain.


MEDICINE, MOTION, AND MORE


If you are suffering from a plantar fasciitis flare-up, bunion pain, or just general foot sensitivity, over-the-counter anti-inflammatory pain medication is one of your quickest and easiest choices to reach for. Ibuprofen, for example, can help to lessen pain and swelling and is a known analgesic and anti-inflammatory medication. Ibuprofen is not for everyone and has side effects, so check with your physician of course.

Wearing supportive, comfortable shoes that protect and cushion the feet will keep pain away as well. Shoes should fit. Remember that over 50% of people do not actually know their true shoe size.  

Stretching and exercise will work to alleviate tension in the muscles. Some of these stretches can be as simple as standing up on your tiptoes for a few seconds to flaring your toes out and then curling them downwards. These motions will work tightness and pain out of your feet and calves. 

For more stretches and exercises,read this blog to learn 5 stretches that will reduce your heel pain.

Even when you’re not on the go, make sure to treat your feet well. Rest and relaxation, whether achieved by propping your feet up or soaking them in a warm bath, will also do wonders for foot pain. Massage is a wonderful way to reduce pain and stiffness from dysfunctional foot muscles, too.

Stretching and exercise will work to alleviate tension in the muscles. Some of these stretches can be as simple as standing up on your tiptoes for a few seconds to flaring your toes out and then curling them downwards. These motions will work tightness and pain out of your feet and calves. 

For more stretches and exercises,read this blog to learn 5 stretches that will reduce your heel pain.

Even when you’re not on the go, make sure to treat your feet well. Rest and relaxation, whether achieved by propping your feet up or soaking them in a warm bath, will also do wonders for foot pain. Massage is a wonderful way to reduce pain and stiffness from dysfunctional foot muscles, too.


FAST-ACTING RELIEF


Reach for our Pain Relief Cream when you need pain relief, fast. Apply a thin layer over the area of sensitivity and gently massage it in. This cream is formulated with PEA (palmitoylethanoloamide), a natural plant-based pain reliever and anti-inflammatory, as well as menthol and other essential oils.

When applied, this cream quickly goes into action to relieve pain, leave a refreshing, cooling sensation, and it smells good, too!

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Whether you need relief from foot pain, arthritis pain, back pain, or any other area of irritation, make sure to keep this cream close at hand.


RELIEF AS YOU WALK


The Healing Sole makes relief as simple as possible with our surgeon-designed footwear. Our flip flops and sandals, designed by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Meredith Warner, are constructed with quality materials and targeted features that send your foot pain and muscle tension running. All you have to do is put on our footwear in the morning and evening to experience results. That’s it!

The Healing Sole has a patented design and will feel nothing like your other shoes. It is very important to remember this and to break the shoe in, allowing it to conform to your feet. Follow these tips for optimally breaking in The Healing Sole:

Start off by wearing The Healing Sole for 1-2 hours each day, gradually building up your wear time as our footwear adjusts to your specific foot shape and gait. While you may experience some initial sensitivity, don’t worry. This is natural. It is also normal to feel some muscle soreness, you will engage muscles not normally used in regular shoes. Over the first two weeks of wear, your muscles will interact with our footwear and adjust to the gentle strengthening and stretching that comes from wearing The Healing Sole.

Allow yourself periods of rest as needed, and adjust in the afternoon with another pair of supportive shoes. As your feet and legs acclimate, increase your wear time. By the end of your first month wearing The Healing Sole, you will be able to wear them all day and will experience lasting pain relief!

If you are ready to step into relief, order our footwear today with our 30-day, risk-free guarantee!