Simple strecthing treatment!Posted by Paulo Leitao on 4/23/05 at 19:04 (173598)
I had my (right) foot operated a couple years back by an orthopedical doctor that didn't have a clue. Years later and when the left foot was starting to feel the same symptons, I had the luck of bumping into a specialist sports doctor and fisiotherapist that told me the pain resulted from the simple fact the Facia was stiff. Solution: stretch it. It worked and I've got the problem controled -and probably solved- now. I can be contacted on (email removed)
Re: Simple strecthing treatment!Linda V on 4/23/05 at 21:39 (173612)
Why not tell us here about your stretching exercises? You can tell us all instead of having dozens of emails. We all like to hear about success stories.
Re: Simple strecthing treatment!Jane R on 5/07/05 at 20:42 (174456)
I had PF for almost a year until a friend suggested a calf stretch. It helped but the pain persisted. I went to a massage therapist and her treatment helped but the additional achilles stretch she suggested really has helped. I work 12 hour shifts as a nurse and have also developed some more stretches that stretch all parts of my foot, from toes to arch. I just stretch the heck out of my legs and feet morning and evening. I have also recently been stretching my quads and hamstrings which have gotten me to the point of almost no pain! It's all about stretching! And I use the best running shoes I can find replacing them every 3 - 6 months and also use 'Superfeet' orthotics which cost about $30.