How to Treat Plantar Fasciitis at Home
Posted on Feb 05, 2018

Plantar fasciitis treatment starts at home!

We’ve shared some of our favorite and most effective at home treatments for plantar fasciitis below.


Stretching is one of the easiest ways to quickly treat plantar fasciitis pain at home.

Strained, taut muscles in your feet or calves agitate the plantar fascia. A simple stretch will help improve flexibility and strength and over time will reduce instances of inflammation.

The best thing about this treatment is that it’s free and can be performed at any moment!

Check out a few of Dr. Warner’s favorite stretches for plantar fasciitis relief.


Plantar fasciitis is essentially a medical term for describing inflammation in the plantar fascia.

The plantar fascia acts as the bridge connecting the heel of your foot to the ball.

When inflamed you’ll feel the symptoms commonly associated with plantar fasciitis.

Try icing your heel for 10-20 minutes when you’re experiencing foot pain. The ice will help reduce inflammation and reduce blood flow to the area.

Never apply ice directly to your skin, and allow your feet to warm up before applying ice each cycle. Use an ice bag, or wrap ice in a towel before applying on your heels.


Foam rolling is one of the simplest ways to loosen the plantar fascia and reduce pain.

The fascia is a band of connective tissue running along the bottom of your feet that support your arch as you walk.

Foam rolling offers some of the same benefits as an extensive massage, minus the hefty price tag.

Foam rollers stretch the tissue and reach deep into those hard to reach areas, breaking down soft tissue and scar tissue.

As you foam roll, you’ll use your body weight to determine the strength of the massage.

For a more intense experience, try using a golf ball, lacrosse ball, or tennis ball.


Sliding your feet into The Healing Sole first thing in the morning encourages healing and recovery.

With your first step, the raised toe lift slightly elevates the big toe and gently stretches the plantar fascia.

As your foot pushes off, the rocker bottom sole sways to reduce tension.

When your foot meets the ground again, the compressible heel and raised arch absorb the weight of the body. Soft neoprene straps help to hold your foot in place as you move.

Raised Arch Support

Rocker Bottom Sole

Metatarsal Bar

Compressible Inner Heel

Our footwear is equipped with a durable outsole to last even longer and support extended outdoor wear!

Pick your perfect style. Choose from our original flip flop design or our Palmer flip flop with a neutral toe position, great for pain anywhere in the feet from the heels to the toes.

We also offer a variety of color options, from our black neoprene to our Leopard flip flops to our Dusty Rose Palmers!

Ready for relief? Find it with The Healing Sole. Order your pair today to take back your life and leave foot pain in the past!