- The Golf Ball Exercise- Sit on a comfortable chair. Place a golf ball under your bare foot. Roll the golf ball under your foot with as much pressure as you are able to. Roll the golf ball from the front of your foot to the back. along the arches and other outer edges. Do this exercise 5 minutes per foot, 2 times per day. This golf ball exercise helps to relax the foot.
- Seated Foot Stretch- Sit in chair with your foot crossed over the opposite knee, Grasp your foot with your hand, and slowly bend your toes toward your knee. Hold this foot stretch for 10 to 15 seconds. This exercise stretch can be done 3 times to 10 times per day. Your Doctor many recommend you differently depending on what you have going on.
- Towel Scrunch Exercise to Strengthen the Arches- This exercise is great for conditioning and strengthening the artches of the foot. First lay a towel flat on the floor. Sitting barefoot in a chair, you will grab the towel with your feet: from the edge of the towel scrunch it up with your toes toward yourself. Perform this exercise 3-4 times per day.
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