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Treat your Feet with Parkinson’s disease

Posted on: July 10th, 2018

This post was written by Valerie Johnson

Treat Your Feet

By Valerie Johnson, PT, DPT

www.balancetherapyllc.com

Pain and cramping in the legs and feet are common and unpleasant for people with Parkinson’s disease. Prop up your feet, relax, and enjoy some of these of ways to care for your tired feet and get some relief!

  1. The original foot alignment sock

https://www.my-happyfeet.com/

  1. Yoga toes

www.Amazon.com

  1. Correct Toes Silicone Stretchers

https://www.correcttoes.com/

  1. Foot Massagers: small balls to roll under your feet.

www.tuneupfitness.com

Tennis ball- alternative

  1. Foot Wakers

https://www.yamunausa.com/products/foot-fitness-kit

  1. Plantar fasciitis sock- optional

www.amazon.com

Stretching: It’s free

*Other Considerations:

  1. Epsom salt soaks in a warm tub
  2. Hydrate- drink plenty of water
  3. Ask your doctor about supplementing with magnesium, B12, and to address any lower leg or foot swelling
  4. Foot massages – manual or machines
  5. Pedicures- Bring your spouse, friends, and even your own bottle of wine while your feet get pampered. Don’t forget, you’ll be sitting in a reclining massage chair, so you can relax from head to toe.

Always seek professional advice from a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. This blog post is not intended to serve as a substitute for medical diagnostics or treatments. Consult your physician before trying any new products or exercises.

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