December 9, 2019
HOW DO YOU TREAT HEEL/FOOT PAIN? TREATING PLANTAR FASCIITIS – FOOT HEALTH MONTH 2018 #5

HOW DO YOU TREAT HEEL/FOOT PAIN? TREATING PLANTAR FASCIITIS – FOOT HEALTH MONTH 2018 #5


What’s up my toes? It’s Jonathan, a.k.a. The Toe Bro and we are on day number five of this Foot Health Month. So if you guys
are still with me, thank you so much! Please subscribe to my channel if you
haven’t. Like, comment, share, get the information out. I’m doing this month of
videos just for you guys. I’m trying to give you as much as I can. Today we are
gonna talk about probably one of the most commonly asked videos or themes and
that is plantar fasciitis. (music) It’s my one day off and of course my
buddy, Al, wants to play golf 7:40 in the morning! It takes an hour to get here so why not make the most of the day and start
the day off with a nice round of golf. Oh my gosh! So as you can see I’m walking on the golf course and walking is one of the best things you can do for exercise.
Get your body moving, gets the muscles moving, get your feet moving, and it gets
the heart rate going and that’s really really important. The problem is a lot of
people are in so much pain that they’re not able to walk. So start small, start
with you know a 5 minute walk, start doing this little distance and work your
way up. Walking is really, really, really, important! Get yourself some comfy shoes
that are wide soft comfortable to be in and get them feet moving. So that’s one
little quick tip cardio walking is really important. You gotta keep moving and the
only way to do that is one foot in front of the next. First things first, before I get into this video about plantar fascia, let me get a little bit more comfortable. Yeah, that’s a lot better! Today was a busy day. I when golfing in the morning then we went to a communion for my cousin, family party after, and now
finally back at office even though it’s a day off with no patients. We don’t stop!
So here we are. I’m gonna give you guys some information about what plantar
fasciitis is because I know a lot of people hear about it but don’t exactly
know what it means. What are the signs and symptoms and how we can treat
plantar fasciitis at home, if you need to see a foot care specialist. or another
healthcare professional. So what is plantar fascia? It is the inflammation
of the plantar fascia So I have my feet back here let me grab one… no one saw
that! What we have down here is the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a
ligament and is a very fibrous tissue and pretty much think of it like the
bottom of the bridge it connects on the heel and it goes all the way to the toes.
It gives it some stability while walking and moving. Plantar fasciitis is usually
characterized by pain on the inside of the heel, the bottom of the arch, or in
the general bottom area of the foot. There are many other things that could be
causing your pain whether it’s muscle strain inside the foot, whether it’s
other muscles or ligaments, whether it’s the achilles tendon. Generally when we hear about heel pain and we hear about arch pain, most of
the time it is possibly plantar fasciitis. So again, it’s the inflammation
of the plantar fascia. So what we have here is a foot with the plantar fascia.
Basically think of it like a rubber band that attaches on the bottom
of the heel but for today’s sake I’m going to attach it to the back here so I
can hold on to it. So think of the plantar fascia is a rubber band that
attaches on the bottom of the heel and then goes to the front of the foot at
the toes. What happens for everyone when we stand, the arch is going to collapse a
little bit as the as the foot absorbs weight and what can happen is that the
the plantar fascia can become over stretched, okay? So as you can see as more weight or pressure is apply to the foot, the more
this rubber band stretches. Another thing that can happen is if we have too much
pronation or rolling in of the foot, that also causes this plantar fascial to
stretch. So again if we have too much stretching of this plantar fascia, we can
have too much pulling or possibly tearing of the plantar fascia on the
heel bone and that’s what plantar fascia plantar fasciitis is. We can feel
symptoms of pain in this area where the plantar fascia attaches here, sometimes
at the toes part, usually underneath the big toe, or sometimes just general
ache or pain in the arch. Now you have a good idea, let’s just move the foot so
you can see. It’s pretty amazing when we see it like this. The more we stand, the more we’re having more weight on the foot, the more the arch can collapse, and
the more the plantar fascia stretches. When people come in and they’re having
those general signs and symptoms of some sort of plantar fasciitis, there’s really
two things that I focus on: number one is to reduce the stretching or pulling of
the plantar fascia on the heel and number two, reducing the amount of pain
and inflammation that the patient might be feeling. So for number one for us to
reduce the amount of pain that you’re feeling from the
fasciitis we’re trying to reduce the amount of pull or strain of that rubber
band on the heel. You’re gonna do that a few ways so number one, we’re gonna try
to reduce how much that plantar fascia is stretching by either supporting the
foot. We can support the foot by a better footwear like I said in the video, shoes
that have more stability, less flexibility, that will help reduce the
amount of collapse or strain of that plantar fascia. So that’s using an
external device. Orthotics is another type of method or treatment that we use
in this office trying to reduce the strain on the plantar fascia. By us
having some sort of shell or material in the arch area that’s gonna stop the foot
from collapsing as much. We’re gonna get less pull of that elastic band and
that’s gonna reduce the strain on the foot. Here we do custom made orthotics. So that involves us taking a scan or mold of the foot in a non weight-bearing
position; this is where you have a relaxed arch position. When you are
standing, the arch is gonna be a little bit more collapsed and the plantar
fascia is gonna be a little bit more stretched. So when we take a mold with no
weight, when your foot is a little bit more relaxed like this, there’s less tension
on the plantar fascia. We usually have a higher arch and so when you have an
orthotic made from that kind of mold and when you do stand and the foot wants to
collapse, it’s going to be supported. So that’s one way that we do about it. So if
you don’t want to use external devices, such as better footwear or orthotics or
some sort of shell material or inserts to hold the arch up. The other way to
do it is with exercise. If we can make the muscles inside of the foot stronger,
they’re gonna have better hold of that arch and reduce the amount of collapse
or be able to handle the amount of stress when we’re standing. So we can
either use external devices, footwear changes, orthotics, or insoles or two we can
do some sort of physio or foot physios strengthening exercises for the feet. Not
only is strengthening the muscles of the foot really, really important, it’s gonna
make the foot stronger and have better support and hold of itself but also
stretching of the plantar fascia is something we’re going to talk about
because the more the plantar fascia is used to having that stretch, it won’t be
so tight and it won’t pull as much on the heel bone and
that’s really gonna reduce the discomfort. So like I said one portion is
supporting the foot, whether with external devices or strengthening the
foot, and number two is treating the inflammation and the pain that you might
be feeling. The first thing that we try to get people to do is apply heat. Heat,
whether it’s a warm or hot foot soap or a hot pack that you’re putting to the
foot, is going to increase the amount of blood flow to the area and that’s going
to be good for healing and and improving the healing ability of that area. So
again, heat is gonna help improve the blood flow, get things flowing, and that’s
gonna help with the healing process. First thing that we offer here- laser
treatment. Laser treatment basically sends energy into the area of discomfort
or the area that we’re treating and this energy is going to activate cells. It’s
going to cause cellular processes to occur that eventually end up allowing
the body to heal faster improving circulation and giving those cells in
that area more energy to work more effectively. The second thing that we
offer here shockwave treatment. What shockwave treatment really does is that we
apply a device to the foot that sends shockwaves into the affected area. These
vibrations or shock waves help agitate injured and inflamed tissue . This
actually has been shown to increase the amount of healing factors and blood flow
to the area. That’s really gonna help with healing this injured and inflamed
area. Basically we treat the area that’s affected once a week for three sessions
in total and this really gives a really good effect for some sort of plantar
fasciitis heel pain or arch pain. The third thing that we do here cortisone
injection. If someone is in a lot of pain and there’s a lot of discomfort and
they’re unable to put their foot down, sometimes we resort to a cortisone
injection. Cortisone is just a steroid; it’s an anti-inflammatory that way again
inject into the area of pain. This is going to cause a lot of the inflammation to disappear. The pain goes down and everything feels much much better.
The problem with cortisone injection, we try to limit the number of injections
to just three per year. The reason for that is there are some side effects with
cortisone injection. Some of the main side effects from having multiple
injections are things such as thinning of the skin, number two weakening of the
tendons. So multiple injections can actually decrease the strength that can
actually cause the tissue to rupture or completely break off and number three it
can affect your overall health. So if you are diabetic or if they’re other health
conditions, a lot of cortisone in the body can affect those biological
processes. So that’s why we try to have no more than three injections per year
but it is very, very helpful. What I find is that whether you do laser, shockwave,
or cortisone injection, all those things can really help reduce the pain and
discomfort but if you really don’t truly fix the biomechanical stress or a strain
on the plantar fascia, then the pain can always come back in the future. So again,
footwork changes are really important. Something that has a lot of cushioning and a little bit more support can really help reduce your discomfort right away.
Number two- using it over the counter insole like a Dr. Scholl’s pad, using a
custom orthotic, something that helps support your arch and reduces amount of
collapse of the foot or the pronating of the foot, will reduce the amount of
stretching of the plantar fascia and again that will help give you a lot of
relief. The last thing that people should really focus on and something that I’m
really going to be improving in my clinic, is the stretching of the plantar
fascia. The strengthening of the foot muscles. By us creating a very strong
foot that’s able to hold itself reduces the amount of collapse just by the
internal strength of its muscles and having the plantar fascia handle the
stretching from the mechanical stress will really help reduce your chance of
this coming back in the future. Here we have this nice dancers foot. As we can
see, with no weight nice high arch. So from the side, when I extend the big toe,
we can see something tightening up right here. This right here is a plantar fascia. Usually people who tend to have a higher
arch have a tighter plantar fascia. Someone who has a flatter foot usually
has this already so stretched out and again isn’t as prone to having such a
tight feel. So what we normally do for one exercise to help with plantar
fasciitis is we bend the big toe we find that plantar fascia and we just run our
finger down there and what this is doing is stretching that plantar fascia. If
you’re in a lot of discomfort, it might be quite sore but it’s very important
that we massage and stretch this thing out. So another thing you can do you can
get a firm ball and you really try to put some pressure down and you use this
hard object to roll out and massage the plantar fascia. So again, the goal is to
really push down, stretch out the plantar fascial, get it used to having that
little bit of stretch. It really helps reduce the the tightness of the plantar
fascia, it helps massage the plantar fascia, it
can really help alleviate a lot of discomfort. So getting the foot prepared,
getting a plantar fascia prepared to stretch is very, very important. So one
you can do it with your finger by bending the big toe the other way you
can do it is just by rolling out that plantar fascial at home. So another
exercise we have is rolling up a towel and placing it under the big toe to
really get this toe in this flexed position. Okay. The moment this big toe is
kind of bent like this, it really activates the plantar fascia. You can
see how it just tighten up right here. In this position, we’re gonna do a heel lift.
so we’re gonna stand up on our toes, get nice and high, and go down nice and slow
nice and slow. Yeah lento (slow) very good. We’re gonna make sure this is really
underneath the big toe so it’s really bent and up we go and then down nice and slow. This is again gonna work the muscles in the foot, to hold the arch nice and tight, to have
a very stable a strong position as we’re bending our toe and activating this
plantar fascia. This is gonna get the foot ready to handle the stretch that
usually occurs if the foot isn’t strong and the plantar fascia needs to stretch.
So again, by us strengthening the muscles in our foot and getting the plantar
fascia ready to accept and handle the body’s weight, we’re gonna feel less
discomfort and less pain. Up! Very good and down nice and slow awesome. So we’re just seeing what some dancers
do to strengthen their feet, improve the This is definitely advanced stuff! This is something I can’t do and I would not
advise a lot of people to try but again, if you really want to test the amount of
flexibility in your feet, this is something you can definitely try. So one
thing that you can do yourself that won’t be as hard is we’ll put the foot
flat like this and the goal and we call this a short foot is where we try to
hold the big toe on the ground, heel on the ground and we try to imagine
squeezing these two points together. This is gonna contract all the muscles inside
the foot kind of forming a little bit of a shorter foot but tightening all the
muscles in the arch and this is gonna help really like that very good and
relax again relax so again and I can feel all the muscles tightening up in
the arch but we’re trying to keep the big toe on the ground contract very good
relax tighten relax. So this is something that
you guys can practice at home keeping the big toe on the ground the heel on
the ground and thinking about squeezing the muscles in the foot to bring these
two together. It’s not too much of a movement but you feel a lot of tightness
and cramping in the arch and that’s those foot muscles working. All these
exercises do one thing: strengthen the muscles in the foot and help the body
accept the weight so this plantar fracture doesn’t get over stretched. The more
stability that we can get, the better that we’re gonna have and reduced
tension on that plantar fascia. So I hope this video is really useful with those
tips. Those are some of the treatments that can really help out. Hope you guys
enjoyed this video. Day number five video number five. We
still got a lot more videos to go. I’m still going to be putting them out.
Please share them, give me the views. One last thing, I am holding a seminar in
Toronto on June 9th 2018 called “Step Up Your Foot Care 101”. I’m really
trying to put together a program that’s gonna help educate people about overall
foot health, conditions that you see, how you can treat them,
and just improve your overall foot care experience for your clients. So it’s
mostly based for pedicures, nail technicians, foot care nurses, people who
work with feet and want to just improve their skills and their knowledge. If you
are interested, please go to my website www.thetoebro.com. You can find the seminar as a product, you can purchase it there and that is going to reserve your spot. I’m only having 40 spots in total. I’m looking at possibly getting a bigger location from the start because there is a lot of demand and questions coming in about it. So hopefully we’re going to have enough room for 60 to 80 people. If that works for you, please come visit me in Toronto and we can learn a few things together. I really appreciate all the love and support! Like my videos, comment, share them, subscribe if you haven’t. I couldn’t be doing this without you guys so I’m so thankful every single day that I have an opportunity to share with you. I hope you guys, had a
great weekend. Ready for Monday, tomorrow. See you guys tomorrow. Toe Bro, out. you

100 thoughts on “HOW DO YOU TREAT HEEL/FOOT PAIN? TREATING PLANTAR FASCIITIS – FOOT HEALTH MONTH 2018 #5

  1. great video!
    the foot looked so tiny. I will still try the exercises to strengthen my p.f. but now my feet look comparatively so huge and now I dont wont to look at them. lol.

  2. I’m so excited to find a somewhat close by Doctor who i can learn from from Windsor! This is really informative. I have plantar fasciitis and my goodness, after a long shift my feet feel raw! I hobble like an old lady and I’m 27! Thanks for the tips

  3. Bonjour à toi, j’ai vue dans tes vidéos que tu parle français. Première j’aimerai te remercier pour tes vidéos, tes conseils et ton enseignement. Moi je vie avec beaucoup douleur 😖 dans mes deux talons et avec votre vidéo je me rend contre que j’ai ( plantar fasciatis) je suis au Canada Gatineau avez vous ou connaissez vous un collègue aussi bon que vous dans ma région qui pourrait m’aider. J’aimerais vous dire bravo, vous êtes inspirant, m’est intéressé pour vos vidéos 😍😍😍 Nathalie de Gatineau

  4. You are unbelievably dedicated to give up your day off for this. I have planter fasciitis and this helped me to really understand what was going on. Thanks so much!

  5. My mom has no arch in her foot and it completely collapsed. She has gone to orthopedic specialists. Their only solution was to have orthopedic shoes with very high arches and using custom made arch support souls. Any orthopedic shoes you could recommend.

  6. Thank you so much for the video. I have plantar fasciitis and heel pain, so this information and tips will come in handy and I will be doing the exercises and physiotherapy. I have orthotics but it’s not enough. 😁👟👟👟

  7. I would love a video on heel spurs, unless there is one I haven’t come across yet. I didn’t even know about using a heating pad on plantar fasciitis all I kept getting told was to ice the heck out of it, but this heel pain is excruciating. I am flat footed with little to no arch and never thought I would have feet problems as a baby them.
    Boy was I wrong it is insane how crippling it can be, so I am glad I came across you channel. 😁

  8. You are an amazing presenter/educator, and offer great clarity, thank you. I have had plantar fasciiatis, improved with orthotics, but orthotics are not always possible with some footwear. Keep presenting more educational videos, such as how to prevent and deal with hammer toes, etc.

  9. Uggghhh, 15 years in the kitchen and it started flaring really bad last year. A lot of videos focus on the calf muscles, good to know how to work the foot individually. Any reason why you didn't mention the leg muscles?

  10. My feet has been hurting for so long. I am glad I found your channel. Thank you for putting out the effort to give us this information.

  11. You have the bests reactions to the ways of treatments, Toe Bro! LOL! I wish you were my teacher in college rsrs
    Saudações do Brasil haha

  12. What do u recommend when u have this caused by really large bone spurs in the heal, I had to go through a series of 3 shots to calm it down about 5 years ago and I wear inserts from my foot doctor however they are hard and I am told to remove the cushion in my shoes have been to 4 foot doctors no one will remove them as they are the largest they have seen any advice?? Right now just immediately switch shoe I am wearing if it starts to ache I have inflamed them to the point went all the way up my leg as I had no clue what I had took a year taking antiimflamitry no fun love your videos lots of useful info and you are great with the elderly.

  13. Very informative, but it made me laugh towards the as I have plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, bone spurs in both big toes. I use stretch bands and frozen water bottles for my therapy.

  14. I have this and its so painful. Trying to sleep is a real B…. the pain shokts up to my calf and cause my leg to jerk when about to fall asleep. Went to the doctor and they havent done a thing. I freeze a water bottle and roll my heel on it to relieve pain. I have a high ark in my foot too

  15. I've had PF several times in the past. The last time was after working long shifts bartending or waiting tables. Not only did I barely finish my shift, but making it out to my car was excruciating. Mine involved the entire bottom of my feet, and it felt like I'd been caned! I'm not sure how I could've made the 30 minute drive home without cruise control. Pressing the gas pedal hurt like hell!
    Thank you Jonathan, for explaining the mechanics of PF. While I was diagnosed with this scourge of servers everywhere, the doctor didn't explain the problem, other than to compare the plantar fascia to a rope. Ropes don't stretch! He explained that the older we get, the less the plantar fascia stretches, ie, a rope as opposed to a rubber band. I didn't think there was much hope for me, until the universe sent me (cue angel voices singing) JONATHAN!!!
    Thank you for the education Jonathan. You ROCK my toes!!💙❤💚💛🧡💜

  16. I have plantar fasciitis. I’ve had 2 shots of cortisone. They hurt so bad. Now 3 years later it’s back. I’m walker bound so what’s next.

  17. I love your channel. I have learned SO MUCH!!!!! My boyfriend and I have both had pantar fasciitis. Mine was treated with a steroid shot and has not returned. My boyfriend is more stubborn. I will pass on your tips.

    MORE IMPORTANTLY, your swing looks great. When you put, you lift your putter. This creates a swing that is difficult to do consistently. What you shopuld think about is a slow arcback then forward. Practice this with two sticks on either side of the ball. This should help you develop a smooth swing. Keep in mind that the swing on a drive is not that much different when putting. The key to a good game is consistency. Practice the short game. This is where people lose the most.

    Keep up the great work. Once I got past the initial gross factor, I discovered how great and how much information your channel has to offer. Next time I am in Canada, eh, I will have to look you up. Maybe we can get some poutines.

  18. I had plantar fasciitis for two years: 2007-2009. It was painful! In 2009 I spent 10 days in Paris and was forced to walk each day to see the tourist attractions. I was on my feet for 8-10 hours each day and I’d be in bed by 10:00pm. Around 2 weeks after my trip the plantar fasciitis started to disappear. I have been painfree for 9 years! I tell my friends who have PF to go on a walking trip no less than 10 days.

  19. hi from australia i had it for a year so much pain i got injections i havent had it in years and good custom made insoles im no sook but this condition is so painful

  20. I have this now…operation on the 16th of October and it’s 1am ….can’t sleep from the pain. Great video…thank you!

  21. I really hope you see this. My girlfriend has been having these pains for years and has recently been diagnosed with plantar Fasciitis. She is going to physical therapy and had been for months now and doesnt really see an improvement, how long should it take doing this 3 times a week? And also, are the methods in the video suppose to be done every day?

  22. I'd love to know what brand of shoe you recommend. I wear New Balance as recommended by my chiropractor for my back. I wear Clarks sandals during the summer. Are there other brands that are better ones for this issue?

    I learned years ago I have falling arches and wore custom orthotics for awhile. This past summer I had a bad case of PF in my left foot. I tried splints, I tried rolling the ball, I tried stretches that I thought were beneficial, but nothing helped. I went to a specialist and he gave me a cortisone shot, which removed a lot of the pain, and he gave me a complicated three-piece brace to wear that supports my arch. And I need to make a PT appointment.

    I know wearing the right shoe will help a lot, but which are the right shoes?

  23. Sadly, a cortisone shot helped my foot issue for a whopping 24 hours and then the excruciating pain came right back 🙁

  24. I tore my Achilles tendon 7 years ago and I have inflammation in that tendon constantly. Idk if it's related to plantar fasciitis or not but both ligaments are always swollen. And I can't really do anything because it's the anatomy of my ankle *squared shaped*. Stretching helps with ice and heat but just standing on my feet all day kills my ankle. I wear good quality shoes but it still swells pretty badly

  25. My feet look like that "dancers" foot… My arches are high enough that I see air clear thru the arch (the outside of my feet don't touch the floor). But unlike what you were talking about, while my heels almost never hurt and my arches never hurt; the balls of my feet hurt like crazy and my toes BURN after walking or being on them for 15 min… is this also plantar fasciitis?? Btw, the excersize standing on your curled under toes actually felt like heaven!

  26. I swear i am having this pain in my heal! Ive been watching his vids for a while now. But its a heck of a thing this one popped up today amongst my pain!! Ty toe bro all the way from Portland Or. 🙂

  27. Thank God I found your channel in my recommendation. My mum has been in pain for the longest time and no doctor has been able to help

  28. I have severe plantar fasciitis and flat arches where my feet are always in pain. I do stretches, wear arches, and even splints at night but I’m still in a lot of pain. I did ballet for ten years. Any suggestions for other relief.

  29. Very clear explanation of plantar fasciitis and possible treatments. Beats learning from a textbook only! Thanks for all the work you and your wife put into this!

  30. I’ve had it in the past. I tried so many home remedies and finally had to see a podiatrist! The injection hurt a bit but since then I haven’t had any problems. Plus I do use my orthotics in all my shoes.
    Love your videos jonathon! Love watching everything. Toes wasn’t always my thing when I was in nursing but I really dig your videos! I try to like them all!! Thanks for sharing!!

  31. After having plantar fasciitis pain for over 25 years, I finally had to have surgery on mine. I have dealt with this since high school. Better shoes didn't help. Taping didn't help. Custom orthodics DID help, but only some. After the surgery, I still wear custom orthodics, but have much less pain than before.

  32. If you get a chance could you do a follow up to this to explain the pros and cons for the surgical options available for this condition?

  33. I had plantar fasciitis so bad I was using a scooter or wheelchair if I went somewhere I had to walk a long time. My regular family doctor bought a machine called rapid release. It was miraculous. After 3 treatments it was gone and I've been healed for about 3 years now. The machine is intense and feels really icky on the feet but it fixed me. My doctor saw the machine at a conference or something and figured it was worth trying for her patients with injuries. She used it on my trigger finger which made my fingers not bend in the morning and on my jaw after a dental injury. They only sell it to medical professionals or I would buy one for myself.

  34. This is such a painful thing to have. Most of the time I don't even want to get out of bed because then I'll have to walk. Had this for 5 years now and no relief at all even though I've tried everything to help.

  35. i wanted to ask a question. what kind of sandals should i wear cause i have flat feet. i cant wear just regular cheap ones cause i have bone spers my heals feel like sponges. i also have tarsal tunnel.

  36. I enjoyed the video and got some take home peals. I usually recommend Ice in acute plantar fascitiis and then progress to heat in chronic PF. What are your thoughts?

  37. I have planter fasciitis in both feet but had surgery on one of the them and the Dr screwed it up and blamed it on me cause I kept moving my foot while I was under twilight when I told him to put me completely out. I've tried all those exercises,the walking and had shots in my feet but the only thing makes it feels better is putting my foot on a ball like you said or having someone driving their knuckle into my arch. What else can I do? I willing to try surgery again.

  38. Thank you so much for this video I am suffering from burning pain in my heal I will now do these exercises and see if they help

  39. How long do you need to do the exercises before you can start to feel a difference? By the way I love the way you explain and give advice. After seeing 2 foot specialists, I still did not get all the information you are providing, Thank you for helping us and informing us with your videos.

  40. Also stretch your muscles on your lower legs because it's all connected. I had terrible plantar fasciitis and ended up have a radio frequency ablation in the heal…4 years and still pain free!

  41. Hi, I'm being treated for plantar fasciitis now. I've had 2 cortisone shots and it has greatly reduced the pain! I had the Lazer print of both feet, unfortunately I can't afford them. So in the meantime, I'm doing the floor exercises. But question, I thought the plantar fasciitis is stretched out? The exercises are to stretch it, I'm so confused. Help me understand!

  42. I’ve been watching you for quite some time and just saw you on Dr Oz. So proud of you as a Canadian and of the education and respect to your patients! WTG!!

  43. I had Plantar Fasciitis and it was awful!! I did so much stretching and used orthotics. Interesting what you said about flatter feet having a more stretched fascia, but I am flat footed. The worst was anytime I had to stand on my foot from having a break such as sleeping or sitting for a while. This was interesting. I didn't realize that some arch pain while walking, can also be the fascia. I will keep up with my stretches.

  44. I got a chronic plantar fasciitis plus a nice size heel spur. The fasciitis constanly flairs up and in my left foot and the ankle is constanly swollen. It hurts like hell and the only thing helping is not walking at all. Which is no option considdering I don't have a car and have to walk everywhere

  45. I got a chronic plantar fasciitis plus a nice size heel spur. The fasciitis constanly flairs up and in my left foot and the ankle is constanly swollen. It hurts like hell and the only thing helping is not walking at all. Which is no option considdering I don't have a car and have to walk everywhere

  46. What about Haglins syndrome? I have had to have a surgery for my Achilles’ tendon because the haglins syndrome was causing my tendon to tear out of the bone. Why and what is Haglins syndrome?

  47. I tore my fascia earlier this year, the doc just told me to stay off my feet and let it heal itself.

  48. I have tennis balls to help with my planter fasciitis. But I have to keep rebuying them because my dog keeps getting ahold of them!

  49. I had this and the pain is excruciating and treatment including:
    -physical therapy for the foot,
    Ice, heat, stretching calf, some kind of machine that sent pulses to the foot to lessen the pain
    -foot exerciser or frozen water bottle, roll foot on golf ball
    -orthotics
    -stretching, strengthening muscles in foot, calf, hamstring, knee, hips.
    -new balance sneakers
    -I refused cortisone shots

  50. I have this (hadn't had any problems in awhile) but I'm telling you it is no joke. My foot would hit the floor in the morning and it felt like I was stepping on knives the pain was something. I went to a podiatrist and I used to get cortisone shots and boy I about came off the table and yes I could only get 3 per year and yes I had to stretch my foot 3 times a day. My cousin had it and she had surgery for hers. If you've never had it you don't want it. Good information Toe Bro.

  51. I have watched this before but I had to watch it again because I have plantar fasciitis. I went to see an PM&R doctor who recommended me to physical therapy. A week of therapy and stretching exercises was amazing! Also, I was advised to wear heeled shoes which is totally fine.

  52. I am a nurse and a plantar pain sufferer for a few years. It simply required days to remove the pain caused by the disorder after I used this plantar fasciitis treatment method known as “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it). I don’t suffer the disorder any more since I stop utilizing medications and it`s simple to determine whether there`s still any soreness left. ..

  53. Right after ten months, waking up is no longer frightening for me. I no longer feel troubled about feeling the hot, throbbing discomfort whenever I place my heel down on the ground. With the aid of this plantar fasciitis therapy known as “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it), treating my plantar fasciitis was not just possible but also fast..

  54. It has been ten years ever since I experienced plantar fasciitis. I felt weak about solving my disorder. I was in fact wrong about that ever since I discovered and tried this plantar fasciitis treatment “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it) 21 days ago. The pain is now entirely gone. I`m still in shock. I am also happy for the fact that I was able to cut back more than 100 USD on acupuncture..

  55. I can now get up without anxieties after 10 months. I no longer feel troubled about sensing the hot, throbbing soreness whenever I place my heel down on the floor. I managed to deal with my plantar fasciitis soon after following this plantar fasciitis treatment method “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it)..

  56. After I was identified as having plantar fasciitis last year, my doctor never pointed out this disorder can be remedied at home. He basically brought up medications, podiatric physician referrals, and special foot supports. Fortunately, I learned about this plantar fasciitis treatment “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it), which enabled me to get the ideal results without needing to spend on expensive prescription drugs..

  57. The pain in my feet still remains after visiting physicians and taking most of the necessary medications. The severity of the pain got to the level that taking pills every twelve hours is required to alleviate the pain. The circumstance was very unpleasant. Thankfully, my condition became much better when I began following this particular plantar fasciitis treatment “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it). My pain is totally gone and now I feel much better…

  58. I have it on my right foot oh lord. My foot doc i spot going he only gave me injections i got 7 in 11 months my health was bad and decided to take care of it myself frozen water bottles or heat. Thank you sir

  59. Strolling has been hard for me a couple of weeks ago. Today, jogging a distance of 5 kilometers has been possible. This is all because of this plantar fasciitis solution referred to as “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it). I strongly suggest it to you!.

  60. A few weeks ago, I had a tough time taking walks. Today, running a distance of five kilometers has been achievable. This is all because of this plantar fasciitis solution known as “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it). I highly recommend it to you!.

  61. Today is my second day on plantar fasciitis treatment solution “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it) and the discomfort is 95% gone! It has allowed me to stroll and run with ease again. Contemplating my progress, I think I can go back to taking part in soccer by the weekend. I can now confirm to my trainer that plantar fasciitis can be relieved in just days..

  62. I can now wake up without concerns right after 10 months. I was always stressed about having my heel down before as it will induce the hot, throbbing soreness but I do not mind it any more. I was able to address my plantar fasciitis right after adhering to this particular plantar fasciitis treatment “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it)..

  63. I was clinically determined to have plantar fasciitis last year and my physician didn’t advise me any natural home remedies. He basically brought up medicines, podiatrist referrals, and special foot supports. But given that I started trying out this plantar fasciitis treatment plan “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it), I managed to save a lot of money on medicine expenditures and acquire efficient outcomes…

  64. When I was identified as having plantar fasciitis last year, my doctor never mentioned this condition can be cured at home. I was just suggested to take medications, use specific orthotics, and visit a particular podiatrist. Thankfully, I found out about this plantar fasciitis treatment method “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it), which allowed me to acquire the great results without needing to spend on pricey prescription drugs..

  65. I`m a nurse and a plantar pain sufferer for a few years. I got plantar fasciitis treatment “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it) and a couple of days of sticking to it my soreness is entirely over. I don’t suffer the disorder any more since I stop utilizing medications and it is simple to determine whether there`s still any discomfort left. ..

  66. It has been 5 years ever since I encountered plantar fasciitis pain and I was not able to cure it using different medicines. When I found plantar fasciitis guide “Kamdοdο Mula” (Google it). I was able to get rid of the soreness in just a week. I achieved the great results 3 months ago and I’m so happy that I no longer feel the soreness brought on by the condition..

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