Plantar Fasciitis Stretching

lots of rubber band being pulled apart by opposing pointer fingers

Plantar Fasciitis Stretching involves the further lengthening of the underlying foot fascia. Anyone who recommends this as a viable option for the correction of whats causing plantar fasciitis is wrong! If you have plantar fasciitis, the underlying support of your foot is ALREADY overstretched! Drawbacks for your valiant effort? Wasted Time & Long Term Worsening! Indeed. Stretching…

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Plantar Fasciitis Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy

-Temporary Relief ONLY for Plantar Fasciitis?- Plantar Fasciitis Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy is rather costly for temporary relief. Physicians charge anywhere from $500 up to $1,800 per treatment and you’ll need a few. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Does NOT Change HOW Your Feet Handle Gravity & That’s a BIG Problem!!! Sure, ESWT speeds up the healing…

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Dr. Dave’s Plantar Fasciitis Workshop

Join us this Saturday as Dr. Dave explains how to prevent and stop plantar fasciitis pain. Dr. Dave will teach how to identify the visual signs associated with plantar fasciitis and how to correct the cause of this debilitating foot problem once and for all. If you’ve tired everything and have lost hope, this workshop…

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Why You Shouldn’t Rely On Essential Oils for Plantar Fasciitis

essentials oils for plantar fasciitis

Essential Oils for Plantar Fasciitis Treat Symptoms, but sure do smell nice! Of course there’s all sorts of “evidence” on Pinterest Facebook, and other “reliable” sites for medical advice to suggest otherwise. There’s also lots of testimonials from those who swear say essential oils cured their horrible plantar fasciitis. –Essential Oils DO NOT Correct the Cause of Plantar…

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Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotics Do Not Fix Bunions or Plantar Fasciitis

All Orthotics are NOT Created Equal

Here’s the first problem with Dr. Scholl’s Custom Orthotics… they’re not custom!!! Custom means, “Made or done to order for a particular customer”. Made to order is not the same as made in advance and in a package. What Dr. Scholl’s has to offer is a mass produced shoe insert!   Here’s the second problem…

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