Why Your Heel Is Hurting

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You wake up in the morning, get out of bed and start walking and “OUCH,” you feel a sharp pain in the heel of your foot. After walking a bit it does get better and maybe it goes away. Each morning, the same thing happens over and over again. Sound familiar? You probably have plantar fasciitis. If you go to a podiatrist, orthopedic or family doctor, what will you get? Anti-inflammatory meds, a cortisone injection, shockwave (ultrasound) therapy or surgery? Do you think any of…

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How to Get Rid of Foot Pain Once and For All

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Do you or someone you know have a painful foot that is slowing you down? Foot pain is a sign that your foot is breaking down. The compensations you make for a painful foot can lead to problems elsewhere, especially your knee, hip, and lower back. In this article, we discuss the most common types of foot pain and our unique approach to resolving these problems without drugs, injections or surgery. There are many types of foot pain. One of the most common is heel…

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Here is What You Can Do to Help Bunions and Hammer Toes

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Bunions and hammertoes are abnormal, unsightly, and can even be painful. Are they due to genetics, bad shoes or bad luck?  We will discuss these as well as prevention and treatment options for these common toe problems. A bunion is a bony bump at the base of the big toe.  The big toe may also bend toward the second toe.  Hammer toes are a curled downward, hammer-shaped position of any of the little toes.   Causes of Bunions and Hammer Toes: Wearing Shoes.  Studies have…

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How to Finally Get Rid of Heel Pain


Heel pain, which is commonly diagnosed as plantar fasciitis, is the most common painful condition of the foot.  Most patients and doctors focus on treating the pain and do not treat the underlying cause.  The most effective treatment for both short-term and long-term relief of heel pain needs to address the abnormal neurological and mechanical factors that drive this problem.   Too Much Pronation Leads to Heel Pain Pronation of the foot is a normal biomechanical mechanism for shock absorption.  It involves a mild lowering…

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