Review of Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure

Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure™ Review Plantar Fasciitis can be extremely painful and debilitating. If it goes untreated it can last for years and can seriously detract from your quality of life. Plantar Fasciitis is a repetitive stress injury that affects 1 out of every 10 people worldwide. The condition is characterized by acute pain in Read more about Review of Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure[…]

Plantar Fasciitis Conventional Treatments

Plantar Fasciitis Conventional Treatments Plantar Fasciitis is a repetitive stress injury to the plantar fascia—a protective tissue within the foot. About 1 in 10 people worldwide will develop Plantar Fasciitis at some point in their lives. Traditionally, Plantar Fasciitis has been treated with orthotic devices, medication, and even surgery. However, it’s important to note that Read more about Plantar Fasciitis Conventional Treatments[…]

Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms

Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms Symptoms Most people start to notice pain at the bottom of the foot, especially when they first get out of bed in the morning. Sometimes this pain subsides throughout the day, but in many cases the pain is fairly constant. In addition, Plantar Fasciitis symptoms may include: Swelling Tenderness Redness Itching Please Read more about Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms[…]

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Options

Treatment Options Treating Plantar Fasciitis symptoms is dependent on a number of factors. First, it’s important to identify the root cause of the condition and address it. For some, this may be fairly obvious. For example, if you have gained weight recently, then this may be the culprit. In some cases, orthotic shoes may provide Read more about Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Options[…]

Cure Plantar Fasciitis at Home

Cure Plantar Fasciitis at Home! Have you been suffering from the pain of Plantar Fasciitis? Do you wake up in the morning with aching pain in your heel? Has your Plantar Fasciitis robbed you of your quality of life? If so, then there IS hope. Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure™, authored by exercise rehab specialist Jeremy Roberts, is Read more about Cure Plantar Fasciitis at Home[…]

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis Also called: policeman’s heel An inflammation of a thick band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes Very common More than 3 million US cases per year Usually self-treatable Usually self-diagnosable Lab tests or imaging rarely required The inflamed tissue runs across the bottom of the foot. Symptoms include stabbing pain near the heel. Pain might be worst in the morning. Treatments include physical therapy, shoe inserts, steroid injections, and surgery. Symptoms Usually self-diagnosable Symptoms include stabbing pain near the heel. Pain might be worst in the morning. People may experience: Pain areas: in the foot or heel Pain types: can be sharp Also common: foot sole pain, limping, swelling, or tenderness Treatments Treatment consists of therapy and self care Treatments include physical therapy, shoe inserts, steroid injections, and surgery. Therapies Stretching: Stretching exercises can improve flexibility and improve physical function Physical therapy: Restores muscle strength and function through exercise. Massage: Relaxes tense muscles. Medications Nonsteroidal anti-Inflammatory drug: Relieves pain, decreases inflammation, and reduces fever. Ibuprofen (Advil, Children’s Profen IB, Children’s Ibu-Drops, I-Prin, and Motrin IB) Naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn, Ec-Naprosyn, Midol (naproxen), and Mediproxen) Steroid: Modifies or simulates hormone effects, often to reduce inflammation or for tissue growth and repair. Methylprednisolone (Medrol, Solu-Medrol, and Depo-Medrol) Self-care RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation): Rest, ice, compression, and elevation. A first-aid treatment for sprains and strains. Shoe modification: Selecting shoes that fit properly and provide arch support. Physical exercise: Aerobic activity for 20-30 minutes 5 days a week improves cardiovascular health. If injured, pursuing an activity that avoids the injured muscle group or joint can help maintain physical function while recovering. Activity modifications: Adjusting amount or type of physical activity to avoid aggravating a condition. Devices Brace: A device applied to the body to help stabilize, protect, or limit movement of a damaged joint. Splint: A rigid accessory used to stabilize and protect an injured joint. Read more about Plantar Fasciitis[…]

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