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Chronic Heel Pain

Chronic Heel pain is not usually caused by a single injury, such as a twist or fall, but rather the result of repetitive stress and pounding of the heel. Common causes of heel pain include: A heel pain sufferer commonly feels pain either under the heel (plantar fasciitis) or just behind it (Achilles tendinitis).  

Even though heel pain can be severe and sometimes disabling, it is rarely a health threat. Heel pain is typically mild and usually disappears on its own; however, in some cases the pain may persist and become chronic (long-term).  Experts say that the stress placed on a foot when walking may be 1.25 times our body weight, and 2.75 times when running. Consequently, the heel is vulnerable to damage, and ultimately pain.

Most doctors agree that Chronic Heel Pain can be treated by targeted exercises provided by a therapist.  Some recommend wearing a brace or Ankle/Foot Compression Band like the Ankle Compression Band from Boundr.  Most therapists suggest wearing the band at night while sleeping to help reduce the Chronic Heel Pain that a person experiences.  

While Chronic Heel Pain is not a threatening health problem, it can affect the quality of life someone afflicted with it endures each and every day.  An Ankle Compression Band can provide the necessary support when worn to help make the Chronic Heel Pain less severe.

Boundr Bands are a proprietary compression innovation that not only provides maximum support during recovery from injury but is also a non-slip, comfortable and virtually undetectable wrap that is worn under your clothes so you can maintain your active lifestyle—worry—free