Have you been diagnosed with plantar fasciitis and wondering whether a massage gun will help?

Watch this video or read below as we discuss whether the massage gun will help with plantar fasciitis.

As with all health information, solutions to pain can vary between individuals, so it’s always best to go to a healthcare professional for advice on your own situation – book an online physio appointment with us.

Watch the video or read more below:

Does the Massage Gun Help with Plantar Fasciitis?

It’s never a yes/no answer and will depend on your situation.

Importantly, please make sure you’ve got a proper diagnosis from a Healthcare Professional, of plantar fasciitis.

Heel pain can be caused by a variety of things so you need to know what you’re dealing with first, to figure out what will help you improve.

Have tight muscles been identified for you?

If you’ve seen a healthcare professional to get your diagnosis, have tight muscles been identified as one of the areas you need to improve? If so, the massage gun can help. You can use the massage gun to target:

  • Under the foot
  • Around the calf muscle

Check out this blog on How to Use the Massage Gun on the Foot – or watch the video on YouTube.

Have you tried the massage gun and it hasn’t improved things for you?

Pain can be caused by several factors. If using the massage gun doesn’t work, it may mean that tight muscles aren’t the primary driving factor for your symptoms, and you’ll need to do something else.

The massage gun is great to use, but it needs to be in combination with relevant exercises or treatment.

Book an Online Physio Appointment

Confused with what to try and do to help? Book an online physio appointment with us so you can get more individual and tailored advice as to your next steps. You’ll explain what’s been going on and will get advice on where to go from here and which steps to take.

The booking button is at the top of this page.

Does the massage gun work on plantar fasciitis? Book an online physio appointment to help you find out.

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Trying out different exercises is key to improving and maintaining the body’s flexibility, which in turn can help with recruiting muscles efficiently.

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Remember – Listen to Your Body!

Please remember to listen to your body. Get any aches and pains checked out sooner rather than later.


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