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Plantar Fasciitis…Can It Be Prevented?

Can plantar fasciitis be prevented? Is it only caused by my shoes? Is it a genetic disorder? The answer to all of these questions is “It could be.” Typically Plantar fasciitis begins gradually as a dull, intermittent pain in the heel and progresses to sharp, persistent pain. Read more about the causes, treatment and prevention of plantar fasciitis.

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Fall Foot Care for Foot Pain Relief

Do you think about foot care? Most people do not, but long days on your feet, your shoes, genetics and more are typical things that can lead to foot pain. Proper foot care can keep common foot ailments from escalating to severe foot pain or to a point where surgery is the only solution.

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Original Foot Alignment Socks creator interview by Katy Bowman

Our founder, Eva Nemcik, created the Original Foot Alignment socks based on the yoga practice of spreading your toes with your fingers. She felt that if this simple practice could help relieve the pain she was experiencing from her physical activities, then a sock that could give this experience and be worn for longer periods of time would also be beneficial. Recently Eva was invited to be interviewed by Katy Bowman, an internationally recognized biomechanist, author, and science communicator. Katy has both the skill and passion for reintroducing movement into people’s everyday lives. She has eight bestselling books, an award-winning...

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What to do for foot pain caused by overuse

Many times general foot pain is caused by general overuse and as you are probably well aware, it is important that you are wearing the right footwear. This includes the proper inserts to give your feet the support they need. If foot pain is severe, it is best to visit a doctor or podiatrist. But there are many options to help you relieve those annoying foot aches and pains.

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Nonsurgical Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis from a doctor typically comes in the form of using a heel insert, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories which can be useful for the swelling and pain. They may also recommend that you consider surgery which, along with the resulting follow-up, can be quite expensive. Before considering surgery, you should consider other treatment options for at least a while. If under a doctors care, they may even encourage you to try other treatments for up to 12 months. If you are an athlete or highly active, there are a few things you can consider doing to encourage the...

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