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What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the thick band of tissue (also called a fascia) at the bottom of your foot that runs from your heel to your toes.
Doctors once thought bony growths called heel spurs brought on the pain. Now they believe that heel spurs are the result — not the cause — of plantar fasciitis.


Those who suffer from plantar fasciitis experience a stabbing pain in the bottom of your foot near the heel that is usually worse with the first few steps after waking up or can be triggered after long periods of standing. The pain is usually worse after exercise, not during it.


Are female Are 40 to 60 years old Are obese
Have flat feet or high arches Have tight Achilles tendons, or “heel cords” Have an unusual walk or foot position
Often wear high-heeled shoes Spend many hours standing each day Wear worn-out shoes with thin soles


  • Apply ice to the affected area.
  • Wear night splints.
  • Practice physical therapy stretches and exercises.
    • Certain exercises can stretch your fascia and Achilles tendon and strengthen your leg muscles, which will make your ankle and heel more stable.
  • Rest.
  • Wearing supportive shoes or inserts.
  • Over the counter pain-relieving non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen or naproxen.

You've come to the right place

  • Ultrasound is a great choice to treat Plantar Fasciitis and has been used in clinics for decades.
    • Ultrasonic sound waves are pulsed into the affected and inflamed fascia at a million vibrations per second.
    • The sound waves penetrate the skin and surface layers causing the soft tissue to vibrate. This produces increased blood flow to the area to help reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation and thereby relieve pain.
    • Increased blood flow also delivers more oxygen and nutrients to the tissue, removes cell waste and aids healing. Regular ultrasound therapy on your Plantar Fasciitis relieves pain and speeds the healing process.
    • Ultrasound is a drug free and proven modality.

How to use your Sonic Relief to treat Plantar Fasciitis:

  • Apply a quarter size dollop of ultrasound gel over the bottom middle of the affected foot.
  • Note: it is recommended to wash your feet before adding the gel as naturally occurring salt in sweat can break down the gel.
  • Turn on the Sonic Relief device to the “high” setting.
  • Apply the sound head directly over the gel and move slowly back and forth toward the heel on the bottom of the foot 3 – 4 inches.
  • Add more gel if the gel begins to dry out.
  • Sonic Relief will shut off after 10 minutes at which time the treatment is complete.
  • Wipe the gel from skin and the sound head with a soft cloth or paper towel.
  • You may treat both feet one after the other if you suffer Plantar Fasciitis on both feet.
  • Put the Sonic Relief back in the charger to be ready anytime you need it for plantar fasciitis or any other soft tissue pain or injury.
  • Treat each area up to 3 times per day for 2 weeks.  Then treat as needed.
  • Good idea: keep your Sonic Relief by your bedside.  Do your treatment before you go to sleep for a chance at a pain free night. Then first thing in the morning  to start the day off right.  Then try to get a 3rd treatment in during the day – either before or after an activity that generally exacerbates your pain (walking, standing).

Feeling better!

I have my sonic relief machine now and I have been faithful to two treatments per day for the last four days. The gel penetrates the tissues. It leaves the area in my plantar feeling cool. Then, within the hour the healing in the tissue begins to feel warm and penetrating, and tingling. I don’t know how to describe it. Today I was able to stand up a little longer. I am not returning the machine. I ordered more gel. At this point, I am letting my feet heal with the supplements and with the little quiet machine.  I have faith in Sonic Relief.

Sandra White