Tackle your heel
pain with texture
Textured foot care products to help
you feel more and move better.
What is Plantar Fasciitis?
The plantar fascia is the thick tissue on the bottom
of the foot. It connects the heel bone to the toes and
creates the arch of the foot. When this tissue becomes
swollen or inflamed, it is called plantar fasciitis.
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The Solution is Sensory

Researchers have demonstrated a direct relationship between sensory stimulation of the
plantar foot and intrinsic muscle strength concluding that one is necessary for the other. This
means that if our footwear or orthotics disconnect us from sensory stimulation – as in the case
of cushioned footwear – this can actually weaken our foot making us susceptible to plantar
fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis and stress fractures.


Your 3 Step Program to Combating Plantar Fasciitis

This simple 3 step program is an effective way to finally combat plantar heel pain by focusing on tissue recovery.

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Recovery kit

From morning to evening, easily integrate our top three products into your healthy foot program.

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“I love the foot recovery kit and socks.I use the socks and toe spreaders when I am moving around the house and yard. I use the ball after a run it feels great! I use the insoles in my minimalist shoes and have definitely seen a big improvement in plantar fasciitis and chronic IT band syndrome.”
- Connie G.

Meet our founder Dr. Splichal
On a mission to improve foot health and movement longevity
Dr. Emily Splichal, functional podiatrist and human movement specialist, is the mind behind Naboso. With a spirit to challenge conformity, Dr. Splichal has taken her conventional Podiatric Medical degree and combined it with years of experience and expertise in human movement and sensory science to found Naboso.

This expertise has led to the evolution of a textural pattern that could stimulate the nerves in our feet, allowing us to get even more out of human function and performance. The potential applications of enhanced foot sensory stimulation are limitless.
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