Foot Pain & Problem

Pain on the sole (Plantar Fasciitis)


This condition is characterized by a stabbing pain on the sole of the foot near the heel when walking in the morning and is sometimes caused by walking with hard shoes or by playing sports. In advanced cases, even curling the big toe downward creates pain. It. It is often called “Plantar Fasciitis” and is recognized by a sharp, localized pain when firmly pressing on the affected area.


This condition occurs to those who walk with their toes bent upward, not touching the ground, especially in instances of flatfoot or high arch. Their big toes cannot stand firm so that the muscle on the sole is being pulled excessively. In this way, the adhesion part of plantaris muscles cause inflammation.


Normally, wrapping the bandage from the ankle to the tip of toes helps reduce the pain. However, because the heel is always bearing weight while walking, recovery can be slow. We recommend seeing a specialist.

After correcting the sole balance by the Kasahara Taping Treatment (for pain-free cases), it is favorable to practice the bandage treatment for the foot joint continuously for 4 to 6 months. Please remember that 90% of the treatment for recovery consists of fixing. As a simpler solution, use the heel lock supporter around the foot joint in conjunction with the 3-toe.

We recommend using the seismic isolation insole (artificial muscle insole) to maintain cushioning in the shoe and to absorb excessive shock and torsion waves.

Additionally, we recommend wearing adjustable shoes with laces as high heeled shoes and sandals cause the toes to bend upwards, not touching the ground.

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