Fasciitis Fighter Round 2

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99958
  • A double length version (30cm) of the original Fasciitis Fighter to allow two bilateral foot exercises to be performed. 
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ROUND 2
A double length version (30cm) of the original Fasciitis Fighter to allow two bilateral foot exercises to be performed. 



The Fasciitis Fighter was designed by a physiotherapist to remove the time and hassle with having to regularly roll up a towel to the correct shape to perform specific plantar fascia strengthening exercises.

Rathleff et al 2014 showed superior result applying a specific plantar fascia loading exercise with the use of a rolled up towel to just stretching.

Using the Fasciitis Fighter the big toe is placed into an extended position to place some stretch on the plantar fascia (using the windlass mechanism). In this position calf raises are then performed which places a controlled load through the plantar fascia tissue. This progressive loading over at least twelve weeks may help tissue capacity and load tolerance in the plantar fascia which may help pain levels in persistent plantar fasciitis.

The Fasciitis Fighter should always be used under the guidance of your health care professional as individual loading parameters will vary.

High load strength training is a evidence based active approach focused on strengthening while placing some load on the plantar fascia tissue and calf muscles. This exercise performed over a three month period or more may help the plantar fascia tolerate the load of day to day activities and improve pain levels in persistent plantar fasciitis.

The Fasciitis Fighter is a product that helps you effectively complete this specific strengthening program. It allows you to consistently complete the strengthening exercise without the hassle of having to roll up a towel.

Research has shown:

High-load strength training may aid in a quicker reduction in pain and improvements in function in sufferers of plantar fasciitis Rathleff et al 2014

''A simple progressive exercise protocol performed every second day, resulted in superior self reported outcome after 3 months compared with plantar specific stretching '' Rathleff et al 2014.

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