You have many choices if you are looking for Plantar Fasciitis Support.
The best choice is the one that will provide the outcome you want.
If you want to feel a little less pain, try Anti-inflammatory drugs like Ibuprofen. Or Pain Killers like aspirin.
If you want to feel no pain but continue to cause damage, try a
Corticosteroid Injection. If you want to limit further damage but cause muscle atrophy and a variety of other problems, try an ankle brace or boot.
If you want to cause more trauma to the plantar fascia of your foot and hope that that will help you, get Plantar Fasciitis surgery.
All the above options prolong your suffering and potentially make your foot problem worse (because all the original factors causing the problem in the first place remain untouched).
Plantar Fasciitis Support really means 'let's try to limit the pain and help you complain less, plus I know you'll be back in my office for more treatment later'.
Orthotics may diminish the pain to some degree for some length of time, but if you don't REVERSE the Plantar Fasciitis dynamic, you are basically doomed to more pain and problem in the future.
Support orthotics are supposed to help you get 'better' by 'supporting' the bony structures of the foot. But most of the usual options for Plantar Fasciatis don't help the actual problem.
Why? Because PF supports don't even a little bit reverse any of the Tendonitis Causes.
Yet along with rest, anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen, corticosteroid injections, etc, orthotics are acommonly prescribed method used to treat Plantar Fasciitis.
If they don't fix the problem, why are they so common?
That's a really good question. I think that it's mostly because doctors recommend them, and doctors don't know of any better options.
Why waste time, money, and effort on orthotic 'support'? On something that is just going to prolong your suffering?
You might as well skip Plantar Fasciitis Support and put your energy into an effort that will make your foot healthy again. Other than Plantar Fasciitis Support, what are your options if you want to get rid of your Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms?
Well, you don't have many. In general, what you will get from doctors and most other sources is just 'support'.
Sprinkled in there you will find some individuals that will actually be able to get you to a pain free state that you can maintain for the rest of your life.
Maybe -you- would be happy with just less pain.
Me, I'm only interested in NO PAIN, and no pain for all my remaining years. If I have a problem, I want it fixed. If it can't be fixed, I want to know how to keep it as-good-as-fixed and pain free.
Sometimes with our bodies, that's the best we can hope for. It's just the name of the game.
Plantar Fasciitis can sometimes be 100% fixed such that you never have to think about it again. But the factors that cause Plantar Fasciitis will be at play as long as you walk upon your feet.
So realistically it's more a matter of reversing the Downward Spiral of increasing tightness and pain, helping the body to heal fully, and then keeping the foot healthy.
In other words, because we constantly use our feet, we need to first get our feet healthy and pain free, and then keep them that way.
Plantar Fascia Tendonitis follows a specific pattern. If you don't use the RIGHT methods to reverse the pattern, the pattern won't be reversed.
You MUST understand the Pain Causing Dyanamic.
You MUST understand how the Process of Inflammation works.
The more you understand what's actually happening in your feet, the more you can support your recovery.
Just like using a fork to dig a ditch, anti-inflammatory drugs are the wrong tool for the job of healing foot pain.
The Plantar Fasciitis Treatment That Works is the right tool for the job.
It contains exactly what you need to know, and ONLY what you need to know to make your pain go away and stay away. It can do this because it shows you how to reverse the problem to make your feet healthy again.
You don't have to get the DVD now. You can try all those other Plantar Fasciitis Support options available out there. And if and when they fail to work to your satisfaction, I invite you to come back and get the treatment that works.
You should definitely learn How To Reduce Inflammation.
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