2. Stretching the Big Toe
Sometimes it’s better to isolate muscles and ligaments when training your body, that’s why people in the gym do bicep curls – to enhance the bicep heads and forearms. You can do the same for your big toe, and isolate it for this stretch.
Many people with plantar fasciitis develop the condition as a complication of a structural issue, such as wearing high-heels. As a result of ill-fitting shoes, the big toe moves toward the other toes, creating symptoms of inflammation that lead to the development of plantar fasciitis and other foot disorder such as Morton’s neuroma which leads to nerve disruption and pain.
Sit straight up in a high-back chair with your feet on the floor.
Bring your ankle up and rest it on the thigh.
Grab your big toe and squeeze.
Pull it to the left and hold, repeat this for the left side as well.
Do it ten times on each foot.