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Nonsurgical Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

Posted by Alex Stiehl on

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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Tips for Spring Foot Care

Posted by Eva Nemcik on

Spring is an exciting time. The flowers are blooming, the trees are growing their leaves, and the weather becomes warmer and more inviting. All of these factors work in harmony to urge you to take your exercises out of the house and into the outdoors to enjoy the fresh air. While sitting or reducing your exercise during the winter months, your lower limbs and feet can weaken a bit and become more susceptible to injury or general foot pain. Whether you are trying to help increase your general outdoor activity or are beginning a brand new workout regimen, use caution! Even...

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5 Foot care tips for runners and you too!

Posted by Eva Nemcik on

Your feet are the foundation of your body. They keep you grounded, moving forward in life and get you where you need to go. Often times, they are one of the last parts of our body that we take care of. We often accept a bit of pain from our feet as part of everyday life. These 5 tips will help your feet feel better, move you farther and faster with less pain and soreness and can help you enjoy life better through pain free movement. Be picky on your shoe selection When you are choosing new running shoes (or...

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Plantar Fasciitis - Most Treatments Are Wrong

Posted by James Leuty on

Heel pain is the most common foot problem in the United States, and plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of a painful heel. Many people who suffer from the condition never find a way to get complete relief from the painful problem, and there's a good reason why--up until recently, most doctors have been treating plantar fasciitis the wrong way. The Old School Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Plantar fasciitis was once thought to be an inflammatory condition that affects a band of tissue called the plantar fascia that is responsible for connecting your heel bone to your toes. Doctors used to...

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