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Vive Foot Rocker - Calf Stretcher For Achilles Tendinitis, Heel, Feet, Shin Splint, Plantar Fasciitis Pain Relief - Stretches Strained Leg Muscle - Ankle Wedge Stretch Improves Flexibility
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- EFFECTIVELY STRETCH FOOT: Safely stretch either foot with the Vive foot rocker. Ergonomically designed, the gentle motion of the foot rocker evenly stretches the foot to relieve pain, improve circulation and reduce fatigue. Additionally, the foot stretcher isolates the lower leg muscles, tendons and ligaments for an effective deep stretch to reduce injuries.
- REDUCE FOOT & HEEL PAIN: Reducing foot pain from plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, ankle strain, arch pain, and other chronic conditions, the foot rocker encourages correct foot posture for effective stretching. Increasing range of motion and flexibility, the safe, even foot stretches also minimize heel, leg and back discomfort.
- ANTI-SLIP ROCKER DESIGN: Nonslip rubber strips along the bottom of the foot rocker ensures the stretcher does not slide when used on any surface. A raised heel plate locks the heel in place while nonslip treads prevent the foot from slipping while in use.
- ERGONOMIC FOOT PLATE: Designed to ensure proper foot posture for safe and effective stretching, the foot stretcher has an angled foot plate with slip-resistant treads. Designed with a mid-foot gap, the foot rocker can also be used for ankle strengthening.
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Foot Rocker by Vive Safely and effectively stretch each foot, calf and ankle with the Vive foot rocker. Ergonomically designed to promote proper foot posture, the foot stretcher gently and evenly stretches the foot to relieve foot pain, reduce fatigue and increase circulation and flexibility. The foot rocker can be used for feet of any size.
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And then I found this thing. How did I not know about foot rockers before? This thing is amazing -- quicker than rolling a towel, easier than sitting on the floor, and really fun to use. Just be sure to wear shoes (the box has a picture of someone using it barefoot, which is almost as silly as wearing 99-cent flip-flops.)
Having never used one before, let me say that it feels immensely sturdy, and would probably hold a wide range of sizes of sneakered/tennis-shoed feet.
If you have PF, you NEED THIS in your life.
Rather than go through the usual stretching contortions in the hope of focusing in on the calves, I started looking at these kinds of devices.
All I can say is: This one is easy to use, is also good for hamstrings and other potentially troublesome muscles that need stretching in order to avoid problems (especially as one ages...).
I used it daily and my plantar troubles were gone within a couple of weeks.
I don't know if other such devices work better, but this one gets a 100% rating from this aging being.
I had fasciitis many years ago and eventually it went away so I know with time this will too. I order this "rocker" and just received it and tried it out. It is a very hard plastic, durable. I tried it on the carpet and wood floors. There is 2 rubber strips on the bottom that keeps it from slipping. I tried it out barefooted and with shoes and each time I felt immediate relief after using. It is portable so I could take it to work or even leave it in the car if I need to have a good stretch. It works better than just bending and extending my leg.
The booklet that comes with it shows exercises for the Upper Calf, Hamstrings, Toe Raise and Toe Touch but also by placing your foot sideways for the Front Lower Leg (Anterior Tibialis), Inner/Outer Foot Stretch, Lower Calf & Achilles Tendon. Doing it sideways I'm not feeling anything and I'm not even sure if you are suppose to and perhaps it's just an all around exercise to stretch all muscles. Anyway it was easy and the product was strong to stand on and I got relief immediately. The booklet highly recommends using flat rubber soled shoes.