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    MCG64 is offline New Member
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    Planters Fasciitis

    Any ideas on helping my foot to heal, very painful.

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    efiles123 is offline Associate Member
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    Do some stretches that are made for plantar fasciitis. Worked wonders in no time for me.

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    Clove1234 is offline Associate Member
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    Do what the above said, I’ve gotten it twice now and both of them were cause by footwear. Consider changing up your shoes and doing some rehab on it.
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    Freeze a water bottle and roll your foot on it 2-3 times a day for 10-15 min. Especially just before bed. The ice and mechanical action will both stretch and reduce inflammation in the plantar fascia.

    Some people will freeze a hard rubber dog toy and do that too.
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    I’ve suffered from planters fasciitis and a broken foot. My feet were in constant pain until I bought this shoes. When I get home from work I don’t want to put on my slippers I just want to keep on my kudus. I’ve been recommending them to all my friends. I'm so thankful for the relief from plantar fasciitis when I'm wearing them. I’ve owned my orthofeet for over two months now.

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