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  • Thermoskin Night Time Relief for Plantar Fasciitis Plantar FXT, Small
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Thermoskin

Thermoskin Night Time Relief for Plantar Fasciitis Plantar FXT, Small

Thermoskin

Thermoskin Night Time Relief for Plantar Fasciitis Plantar FXT, Small

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Product Description Product Description
  • Ideal alternative to cumbersome night splints
  • Pulls the toes back slightly and comfortably Stretches the plantar fascia so it may heal
  • May also be worn during the day (while seated) to provide longer per day treatment times, to help speed up the healing process
  • Added benefit of Thermoskin's clinically proven heat therapy.
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No stretch of foot not effective for plantar fasciitisThis splint mostly bends your toes backward not achieving the stretch in the underneath parts of your foot where needed. It hasn't given me any relief for plantar fasciitis after using it a while. Sadly not eligible for return. If you have plantar fasciitis don't waste your money like I did. 1Better than a similar one I purchased beforeI really like this splint, especially compared to another I tried that looks very similar. It fits true to size and has strong velcro. I had purchased a splint that looked almost the same but it squished my toes together. This one has a broader toe box. Also, on that old one the vertical velcro strip was so long I had to cut it down, this one has a better length. This splint still has the problem of being really hot to sleep in, yet I find it more comfortable than the larger boot splints. 5Flawed Design. Detailed ReviewDOESNT WORK. The idea is great, but the material is too stretchy and the strap is too low on the ankle. It only curls the toes back. If you tighten it as much as you can, it will 100% max curl your toes back first, and THEN hold your foot up a bit, but not enough. I tried to make it a little better by inserting a piece of a flip flop under the foot to try and make it bend the whole foot up instead of just the toes, but doesn't work with the ankle strap being so low. I put a belt on my calf and strapped it to that just to see if the idea of this product works, and it does. It's a great idea. If somebody could properly design this thing it would be amazing. It needs to hold the foot up. Not the toes. 1Love/Hate RelationshipMy opinion is complicated.The pros:1. The construction is solid. Very solid. The stitching is made to last and the materials themselves are clearly durable.2. The sole is non-slip and walkable.3. It's easy to put on if your hands are like mine and you have trouble with tight, knee-high socks.4. It's the lowest profile of all the designs, from hard splints/night boots to knee socks to this. If you share a bed with another person, this thing is a godsend.5. If you have circulation problems and edema in your calves (like I do), it doesn't trap blood or lymph as you sleep, which is again in contrast to the knee socks.6. Because of the velcro around the ankle, any stretching of the material over time doesn't look like it would be a problem.7. It leaves the heel free.8. It's not a stupid boot. (All of the boots are stupid.)The cons:1. Unfortunately, it has the same problem every soft splint does: it pulls on the toes, rather than stretching the plantar surface of the foot. Because the base is a thicker, stiffer material than the sock-like ones (i.e., the Strassburg sock), I had higher hopes this time around, but it ended up being the same as the others.2. In addition to that, the splint tapers from the heel to the toe (see photos). Given that the ball is the widest part of the foot, not only were my toes being hyperextended (because of the above), they were also crushed from the sides. I'd wake up in the middle of the night ripping the thing off because of it.That said, this is still the best of the soft splints that I've tried thus far. (Damning with faint praise, I know.)Here's what I would like to see:1. Instead of the tension being applied at the toes, have a horizontal strap wrapping under the ball of the foot that then connects to the ankle. Since not everyone's foot proportions are the same, this could be done with velcro so users can adjust where exactly they want the pressure applied.2. A wider toe box. I've included a picture of my foot: the ball and toes are the widest part. My feet are not unique; there are plenty of people with feet shaped like mine. The taper even without pulling on the toes is bad enough, but with it? Definitely not working for me.Like I said, the construction itself is fantastic. This thing has the potential to last for years. It's the design that I have problems with. Make the changes - or offer a second product that incorporates them - and not only will I buy one for each foot, I'll sell them to all my nurses, doctors, and friends with foot problems. 2Hurts my toesThe concept of this is good, but the strap from my toes to my shin put pressure on my toes and it ended up being painful to sleep in at night. At most, I'm able to wear it for half the night before taking it off. I just bought a different ankle brace to keep my foot in a flexed position, and hopfully it will be more comfortable. 2How to tell if these will help youThis didn't work for my particular foot. I have a high arch, which may be why the configuration of this sock just folds my foot like an accordian without stretching anything. I don't see any reviews mentioning this phenomenon, so I came here to pipe up. I got rid of this thing immediately and did not follow up with a strassburg sock or anything else. I do not have crippling plantar fascitis; when it pops up I switch up shoes, mess with inserts, stretch and aggressively massage my feet etc. For those who get something out of this kind of contraption, I am happy for you. Myself, I belong to the camp who can instantly identify how the design fails for them.Here's something to try. Have a seat and cross your legs so that one foot is on the floor and your calf is on your thigh or just behind the knee. Your foot is free and your ankle is in front of you. Now push your toes up with your hand. Use the palm of your hand on the ball of your foot and push your toes away (toward the shin) with your fingers. Doing this will give you a better effect than this sock will, but will give you a quick assessment of whether you are chasing the wrong rainbow. In my case, when I do this my foot folds up like the letter w and I get nothing out of it. If you feel some stretching happening, then maybe this is something to pursue.Study the product photo-- you can see how the strap goes and it is only connected to a foam bootie. Reproduce how you think this will work. Look at the model there. You can see that this is a foot flexed in an upright position. This demonstrates how it fits but not how you will be using this. Pull on your toes for real. Become the strap. Put on a regular sock, hold the top around your ankle and yank on the sock toe with your foot fully relaxed. Do you feel a stretch? Will this sock thing work?There are other design fails with this product. Still, some reviewers report that they get significant relief, and that these give a nice nightly stretch. If you can get a nice overnight stretch with these, I think these will work (There is always the boot to consider if all else fails. Thankfully, I myself have not needed to go this far). I think a lot comes down to your one-of-a-kind feet and your particular foot problem. This device's shortcomings for my feet were so obvious that I just thought to myself that I could make something better on my own. I didn't finish following up, because I discovered that mixing things up with shoes, insoles, and footrubs works to chase away the occasional plantar fascia grumblings. Even experimenting with different kinds of socks and shoe-lacing techniques have effects on how my feet feel. I would have rolled my eyes at this a few years ago, but that's where I'm at.Whether or not this splint is for you, I encourage you to take a step back and look for the root or your troubles. There's a lot to read and a lot to try and of course plenty of elements to your daily routine to question. You will surely learn something and find something to improve. Have your favorite shoes turned traitor? Running shoes look fine but are in truth worn out? Could you use some arch supports? Are your calves tighter than piano strings? Socks too slippery? Have you tried lock-lacing? There's a lot to experiment with, which is cold comfort when you're suffering but in the end may be ok if you manage to cure yourself with some tinkering. For sure, start rubbing your feet -- it may be all you need!Good luck out there! 1it was comfortable and light enough to wear to bed without being ...This was very helpful in resolving my plantar fasciitis. For the most part, it was comfortable and light enough to wear to bed without being disruptive to sleep. The only downside is that it is made of neoprene-like material - I needed to wear a light cotton sock underneath to keep the fabric from irritating my skin, and the whole thing gets to feeling warm during the night. I usually end up taking it off at some point. That said, this was the splint that really made a difference in foot positioning to resolve my foot pain completely. 4They work, but you've gotta give it time!I used these several years ago for my plantar fasciitis. This latest pair was for my wife.Remember, like any treatment/rehab device... it's gonna take time and you're going to have to invest in correcting a problem that has been years in the making. Wearing these for 2-3 nights is not going to cure the problem! And yes, it's going to take some adjustment and getting used to sleeping with your feet in a different position. You want to get well??? Then Suck It Up Buttercup and do what you need to do to get better!Even my wife is now a believer. She made the commitment to getting better and now wears them when watching TV in the evenings and sleeping through the night with them on.Great rehab tool! Works well! 5It works, it actually works.I have suffered from foot pain for over a year. This product works. I had tried every product suggested with no results. A friend recommended this and I figured why not. The other foot supports do not pull back the toes, which is needed in order to repair the Plantar Fasciitis muscle. You must wear this a month without missing a night. I started feeling relief after 3 1/2 weeks. I am at one month right now and about 80% of my foot pain is gone. I highly recommend this if you are suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. I had read several reviews about toe pain, the only toe pain I had was when my toe rested on the seems, which I just wiggled my toes to get them to a more comfortable position. I am so thankful I found this product. My job requires me to stand for 8 hours and I finally have some relief. 5Highly RecommendI have been trying to wear a hard shell style night boot/brace for my plantar fasciitis for a while now, but with little success. The hard ones are very uncomfortable and I am unable to sleep well while wearing them. So, when my PT recommended another boot, I was skeptical. However, I was pleasantly surprised by the Thermoskin. Anytime, your foot is forced into a flexed position, it's going to be a little uncomfortable. But after about an hour, I got used to it, and once I fell asleep, I had no trouble sleeping through the night with the Thermoksin. Better yet, after the first few days of wearing, I could tell a difference. That sharp stabbing foot pain in the morning is now just a mild ache. After more than a year of extremely painful plantar fasciitis, I'm excited to finally have found a non-prescription, non-surgical treatment that actually has helped.Update: After wearing these boots, doing my PT exercises, and wearing orthotics daily I am pleased to say that my plantar fasciitis is finally beginning to improve. Though I don't love wearing these boots, I know they have made a real difference. After a night wearing the Thermoskin boots, I can walk in the morning without that horrible stabbing pain in my arch and heel. I highly recommend. 5
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