Did you know that misalignment of your lower back, pelvis, hips, knees, ankles, and/or feet can contribute to the plantar fasciitis you are suffering from? When your pelvis is tilted forward on one side and back on another, it will cause one foot to turn in and the other to turn out.
You may have heard the terms pronation and supination. Both of these positions will cause tension to the soft tissues of your lower legs and feet and in many cases, cause plantar fasciitis.
It is important to have your pelvic alignment checked by your Chiropractor. Between appointments, here are 6 great stretches to do at home.