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In this video Senior Podiatrist, Justin Hogg, reveals the 4 essential features to look for when choosing shoes for Plantar Fasciitis.
In this video Senior Podiatrist, Justin Hogg, explains how a tennis ball can be used to massage the arch reducing your pain from Plantar Fasciitis.
In this video Senior Podiatrist, Justin Hogg, reveals how a 2-part morning warm up can help ensure your first few steps are more bearable.
In this video Senior Podiatrist, Justin Hogg, reveals two stretches you can do at home to help relieve your pain.
In this video Senior Podiatrist Justin Hogg explains why strapping is his favourite short-term treatment for Plantar Fasciitis.
Icing is a great way to help relieve pain caused by Plantar Fasciitis. In this video Senior Podiatrist, Justin Hogg, explains how to do this using an ice bottle.
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Strengthens the small muscles in your feet and increases the Plantar Fascia’s ability to tolerate this load.
Strengthens the small muscles in the feet, to increase the amount of load your feet can tolerate.
Reducing the weight on the foot can have a dramatic effect on the pain from Plantar Fasciitis.
An initial reduction in load and a gradual increase as recovery begins.
Moon boots are useful in severe cases of Plantar Fasciitis, and for clients unable to reduce their activity level.
Custom Orthotics are the most effective way to reduce load on your foot, reducing the pain of Plantar Fasciitis.
Plantar Fasciitis socks are easy to use and give extra support with or without shoes.
Acoustic waves are used to help to promote healing, and reduce the pain of Plantar Fasciitis.
Steroid injections are sometimes used in Plantar Fasciitis to reduce inflammation and pain.
Night splints keep the foot stretched during the night, to help reduce morning pain from Plantar Fasciitis.
Senior Podiatrist, Katie Green, explains the importance of activity modification and exercises during recovery from Plantar Fasciitis.
Senior Podiatrist, Katie Green, explains what heel spurs are, what causes them, and the reason they aren’t causing your heel pain!