If you missed Part 1, check it out here.
As I mentioned in the link above, I am a woman who wears many hats. Since I spend a majority of each day on my feet, I need tools that will help me remain as comfortable as possible. It’s been pretty difficult trying to accomplish this goal.
For the past few weeks I’ve been using NatraCure’s Plantar Fasciitis Wrap. This handy little wrap has a built in pad that sits under the arch of your foot. Up until now I’ve been using ace bandages to wrap my feet, which comes with its own set of problems. Ace bandages are bulky and hard to keep in place (especially when it’s so easy to lose those little clip thingys). The Plantar Fasciitis wrap fits comfortably in my sneaker without cutting off my circulation, while the velcro on the wrap makes it easier to put on and adjust when needed.
It took me a couple of tries before I could put the wrap on comfortably. I was having trouble aligning the cushion with my foot so that I couldn’t feel it when I walked. I find that I’m more comfortable when the wrap is put on over my socks, rather than against my skin. I had to adjust it a few times throughout the day, but eventually I got used to the feeling of the pad. And, obviously, this wrap isn’t discreet enough to wear with my summer attire, but that’s not a huge issue. While I would love for NatraCure to improve on the design and possibly make the wrap even thinner, this is my new favorite remedy for my terrible feet.