Monthly Archives: January 2011

Night Splints for Plantar Fasciitis


The main benefit of wearing the splint is that the initial pain you feel in the morning when you first step out of bed is greatly reduced. Continue reading

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Plantar Fascia Release

Plantar fasciitis surgery is not necessary for 95% of people that are actively treating plantar fasciitis.  Your doctor will usually not even consider surgery until you’ve been using non-surgical treatments for at least six months, typically nine months to a … Continue reading

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Foot Arch Pain Exercises

Most of the time pain in the arch of your foot is a temporary problem that can be relieved with a few simple exercises. Continue reading

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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Treatment for plantar fasciitis should always begin with rest. As soon as notice the onset of pain, you should get off your feet and if possible place an ice pack on the bottom of your foot. It is also a good idea to take an over the counter medication to relieve the pain as it will only get worse. Continue reading

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