Relieve Foot or Arch Pain By Stretching This Way Instead… - The Physio Revolution

Relieve Foot or Arch Pain By Stretching This Way Instead…

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Do your feet hurt or calves feel tight after walking all day? 

Is this linked to your back or knee pain?

Possibly.

With the limited access to gyms, this is something we're hearing much more often.

Most of my clients are walking outside to get their exercise now and complain about pain in their feet. 

They tell me their calves feel really tight and they try to stretch them, but they still have arch or foot pain at the end of the day.

So why are they still experiencing tight calves and foot pain?

It's because of the WAY they're stretching them...

If you want to learn how to stretch your calves the right way so you can walk for longer without pain, then you're going to want to watch this video we just released.

I just made a video all about what to do "How To Avoid Making Foot or Arch Pain Worse By Stretching The Correct Way...". In this video, I will share a quick tip to help ease foot pain.

In this short 2 minute video, I am going to cover:

  • A quick and easy tip to try in the mornings so you can walk for hours...
  • Why just stretching your calves isn't getting any results to easy the tightness...
  • How to actually stretch your calves properly so you can easily ease tension in your foot muscles no matter how long you walk for...
Brooke Olsen

Brooke Olsen

Co-Founder, Director of Physical Therapy
Brooke is a physical therapist, director of physical therapy, and co-founder at The Physio Revolution. She has worked with professional athletes from Olympic level and recreational weekend warriors to others who are in need of regaining their independence and mobility back in their everyday life. Brooke works extensively with all of the PT’s and spends a vast amount of her time ensuring our treatment plans keep pace with the rapid advancements that make physical therapy so effective and such a ‘go-to’ profession for people aged 45+.
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