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Effective Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis Pain

Effective Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis Pain


76 thoughts on “Effective Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis Pain

  1. Wow, literally the problem I'm having right now, but I'm also having related issues with my knees and pelvis.
    I'll try out these active release techniques- any other obvious things I should be doing at home to feel better?

    (Also, Greece! I need to try some of that authentic Greek food)

  2. I believe i have a pinched nerve in the center of my back. Is there an self remdies that I can do to help the progress if the pain to dim down.

  3. Want to go to France with my dad and find my uncle Charlie’s headstone in the Aisne-Marne Cemetery. Charlie died at the battle of Belleau Wood during world war 1

  4. I’m curious to know how effective dry needling is? What was Ashley’s response a day or two from now about how it is versus how it was.

  5. Bucket list location / s. New Zealand for the beauty, South Africa to dive with Grest White sharks and Rocky Mountains to follow a trip my Grandparents took in 1972 just before I was born. I’m in Buxton, Derbyshire in the UK btw.
    Loving the videos 😄 love and light to all of you there ❤️

  6. I have dreamed of Ireland since O was 12. I dye my hair red and i have Irish names picked out for my children when i have them. Just so it's known…im almost 32

  7. I don't know if I'm having this problem or not but my heel pains alot.
    I was at my dance class and I was practicing flare(a b-boying stunt) and I hit my heel on the ground. And from that point I'm having pain when i walk. It doesn't pain when I rotate my foot but it pains when I walk. What should I do? Can I cure it without going to doctor?

  8. This looks effective, however, I would have probably PASSED OUT due to the actual pain that I have. For now, I will imagine me getting this treatment. Great job explaining everything.

  9. The technique u are doing to insert the needles looks just like acupuncture. Do you use that type of needle? It's it as fine as the acupuncture needles? U can barely feel those needles. Her response seemed similar to the pain of acupuncture.

  10. That was very cool, I greatly enjoyed the anatomical explanation for the needling.
    I've always wanted to see Sapporo, Hokkaido in the winter time. I spend a lot of time in Okazaki and Tokyo, but I want to see the snow there :).

  11. My plantar fasciitis is so painful along with my bone spur in both my heals, this is new to me and I would love to try this treatment. I have always dreamed of going to Australia.

  12. Had so called shingles on bottom of foot and painful foot after both legs cramped up with Charlie Horses at same time. Rt foot was okay left foot pain from calf, ankle, and bottom of foot. Even sound made my foot painful.

  13. I had Plantar Fasciitis for two years due to injury. Could barely walk. Needed a walking stick to get around. Nothing helped until I tried heat (a bucket of warm water 3 times daily) and mild exercise. PF was gone within weeks.

  14. The bottom of both of my feet have plantar fasciitis and my pain its chronic. My Podiatrist has recommended dry needle treatment, how often a week should be sufficient? How many minutes at a time? Is the shock wave therapy be part of the treatment for better results and in case the PT Clinic don’t carry the shock wave, what would be the alternative? Thx
    The video looks as if there is no pain but the pain is awful. My feet are very sensitive n as you grab her feet I would be screaming. I guess I have no elasticity n I wish I can find the correct treatment for my feet.

  15. I need this done, do you know a good practice in northern California? Also does it change things if you do have a heel spur? I had two cortisone injections this year first one worked on the inner foot and then pain came back but more on the outer this time, 2nd cortisone injection is not helping. I do the stretches, ice, and rolling and motrin and it is not getting better. I am not able to rest my foot all day. So not sure what else I can do, the nerve pain I am getting up my heel is killer though. New subscriber.

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