Ice your feet after exercise and in the evening if they hurt;
roll a tennis ball on the floor under your arch;
do gentle lunges against a wall...the ankle movement stretches the tendon... as will standing on a low step (think curb) and dropping the heel down...
stretch the foot BEFORE getting out of bed in the morning...
...and if it still is bothersome after a week...go see a Podiatrist! There are ways of taping your foot which provide more support' and if its really injured, there are also splints available to wear at night to keep the tendon stretched. But work with a professional---you only have ONE pair of Feet!! Its WORTH it!!
Edited by: LADYSTARWIND at: 10/20/2013 (22:46)
"Its not the Mountain ahead that wears you out, but the grain of sand in your shoe..."
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