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Plantar Fasciitis

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Does anyone deal with this? How do you ease the pain? I'm on the second day of the C25K and my left foot is hurting so bad. Any advice would be helpful. Thank You!

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My wife dealt with this a few years ago and the only remedies the doctor could give was rest. She ended up in a boot for a few weeks to help with stability. Unfortunately, I think that's the only thing you can do.

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Make sure and stretch your foot before you get up either from bed or from a stationary position. Inactivity makes the pain worse. You may also want to freeze a bottle of water and roll your foot back and forth over it. This stretches the tendon and helps the inflamation. It does hurt

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Make sure and stretch your foot before you get up either from bed or from a stationary position. Inactivity makes the pain worse. You may also want to freeze a bottle of water and roll your foot back and forth over it. This stretches the tendon and helps the inflamation. It does hurt

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Guest Jaia Sara

Hi, go to YouTube and look for treatment of plantar falaxis, they are a few videos that show you how to stretch. Also, you might need new shoes and maybe a visit to the orthopedist

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I am a treatment advisor for a company that deals with soft tissue injuries, and plantar fasciitis is one of the most common ailments I speak to people about. I know that most will tell you to stretch the foot, but please please refrain from over stretching it. I actually suggest try not stretching it at all during your recovery time. Over stretching is what typically causes plantar fasciitis in the first place. Put a cold compress on it, especially after any activity on your feet. You want to get down any inflammation so the healing process can begin. Blood flow is most essential for healing. The nutrients and oxygen it carries will help mend the tears in the fascia and will add elasticity and lubrication to prevent further damage. I highly recommend looking into the BFST foot wrap. It promotes circulation to help accelerate you healing, as the bodies natural ability to do this is quite slow. Here's more info on plantar fasciitis in interested: http://www.kingbrand.com/Plantar_Fasciitis_Treatment.php?REF=46PV1

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