Doctors and physical therapists recommend calf stretching four to six times a day to treat foot and ankle conditions including heel pain, plantar fasciitis, and Achilles tendonitis. Our Calf Wedge Stretching Block is an affordable alternative to traditional stretching boards, blocks, and incline wedges and comes with physical therapy instructions for proper stretching of tight calves. Clean with mild detergent. Measures 3" tall, 6" wide, and 12" long. Latex-free. Made of gray foam. By Myfootshop.com. 1/pkg.
Indications - Calf stretching is an important part of treatment for foot and ankle problems including heel pain, Achilles tendonitis, heel spur syndrome, plantar fasciitis, Sever's Disease, arthritis of the foot, cuboid syndrome and peroneal tendonitis.
Foot Care Tip! Stretching is work, and who likes work, right? Here are two suggestions to make stretching easier. First, take a serrated knife and cut the Calf Wedge Stretching Block into two six-inch-by-six-inch blocks. Although you only can stretch one foot at a time, with the modified block, you can stretch in more than one place. Second, place the blocks in places where you linger. Put a calf stretcher block near your phone or in front of the television. Stretch while you're doing your make-up or brushing your teeth. Who says calf stretching has to feel like work?
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