A towel grab can help to strengthen and alleviate pain in the soles of your feet caused by flat feet, also called fallen arches.
- Place a hand towel on the floor; the towel should be completely flat
- Stand with your foot over the towel and use your toes and the bottom of your foot to scrunch up the towel
- Next use your toes and feet to flatten the towel
- Repeat 10 times
10 reps, 3 times daily
EDUCATION MEMBERSHIP PLANS
See All Blogs
How to Locate, Test and Stretch the Psaos Muscle
About the Psoas Muscle The psoas muscle, also known as the iliopsoas muscle, is a deep-seated muscle located in the lower part of the torso, stretching from the lumbar spine...
Rehab and Injury Prevention for Wrist and Elbow Pain
Myofascial Trigger Points (MTPs) are ubiquitous, and myofascial pain affects as much as 85% of the population at some time in their life The impact of myofascial pain on...
Trigger Point Therapy | Treating Soleus | Injury Assessment | Self Help Tips
From a dynamic postural viewpoint, the soleus prevents the body falling forward at the ankle joint during standing In gait, the muscle eccentrically decelerates subtalar joint pronation and internal rotation...