How do I heal plantar fasciitis

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Usually harvest communitist

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      kek

      Its a overuse condition. It heals on its own. All you have to do is quit overusing it while it catches up. And then not go back to overusing it. Did you recently increase your activity levels or do anything new or something you haven't done in a long time?

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      While this makes it feel better, it actually does nothing for the healing process. The reason it went away for you guys is not because you rolled it, its because the body heals these things on its own and all you have to do is not get in its way. This goes for planatar fasciitis , elbow tendonitis, lower back pain, general pains and aches.

      NTA but I also have PF, I went from couch potato to exercising 6 days/week doing lots of cardio and strength training and it hurts like a b***h during my runs

      Get yourself a night splint and sleep in it. It’s hard to sleep in but a couple weeks of sleeping with your foot at 90 degrees will heal it for good. Dealt with this for years. It sucks getting out of bed and the first step kicks off the pain. You’ll notice after one night that you foot doesn’t hurt in the morning.

      This anon knows.

      Additionally, in the morning after about 2 weeks of isolation take either a mini tennis ball or 1-inch wooden dowel and grind the FRICK out of your arch to break up the scar tissue and stimulate blood flow to the area. It should be painful but in a good way. Get an arch support for your shoes to further assist in healing. Once it's all healed (~6-8 weeks) start doing leg and foot exercises to strengthen it and wean yourself off supports.

      >night splint
      Do you have any recommendations? There are a lot of them out there and I don't know what to buy.

      Also, I usually lift barefoot, is this good or bad for me? The PF started before I began lifting so it's not the cause but idk if it makes it worse

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Just buy any splint.
        Stop running until it's healed.
        Don't increase the total amount of time you run by more than 10% per week.
        Stop lifting barefoot until your feet are healed AND strengthened after targeted exercises.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    bump, this and hammer toes
    >t.footlet

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP do NOT hammer your toes, this poster is trying to trick you.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Roll a tennis ball from the heel of your foot to the toes, increase the pressure as you feel comfortable. I had pf from wearing my army boots all day and it went away after doing this for three weeks

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah I did this with a golf ball for awhile and it works. I also bought new shoes/boots that were about a half size larger than normal so my feet could actually spread out.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Its a overuse condition. It heals on its own. All you have to do is quit overusing it while it catches up. And then not go back to overusing it. Did you recently increase your activity levels or do anything new or something you haven't done in a long time?

      Yeah I did this with a golf ball for awhile and it works. I also bought new shoes/boots that were about a half size larger than normal so my feet could actually spread out.

      While this makes it feel better, it actually does nothing for the healing process. The reason it went away for you guys is not because you rolled it, its because the body heals these things on its own and all you have to do is not get in its way. This goes for planatar fasciitis , elbow tendonitis, lower back pain, general pains and aches.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sure bro all I know is that I rolled a golf ball under my foot every night for like a month and the shit went away after having it be a problem for over a year. Maybe my body just decided after a year of pain that right then it was time to start the healing process.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I had PF (plantar fasciitis) for 4 - 6 months.

    What fixed my plantar fasciitis:

    > Buying a basic sneaker/shoe with no fancy supports. That goal was to engange and stregthen my feet, which became weak.
    > Lifting weights (especially Squats and RDLs.)
    > Stretching.

    Different people will have different causes.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Switching to a minimal zero drop shoe has really helped my feet.
    My mom and I both got onto some super soft flip flops my podiatrist recommened that weakened TF out of our ankles. Do not recommend all that support as it will let you walk bad without really knowing it.
    A lot of PF pain is going to come from your shoes not fitting properly and that is often related to not being tied appropriately. Look up different lacing patterns for PF and foot pain. It will show you how to keep them snugg without hurting certain spots.
    Remember that the top eyelets are close together to lock your laces.
    Hope you feel better bro & don't outright trust podiatrists. Some of em are dumbfricks.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There are different theories why this happens. My belief is it is an injury due to poor shoes or something that may have changed your walking gait. The most important steps you can take are stretching your foot by bending it towards you every morning before getting out of bed. As soon as you rise stretch your calf muscle by bracing yourself against a wall or the bed and keeping your heel flat and bend your knee gently. Do this for several minutes before you walk to stretch and try to do it without causing pain. It takes a significant amount of time to heal since this area gets very little blood. You can go to a podiatrist and get a cortisone injection which will reduce your inflammation in the heal and arch. You may require an orthopedic insert in your shoes. You can also sleep with a boot that doesn't allow your foot to bend letting the arch muscle tighten over night. This injury is a fricking b***h and it can take years to heal and is really debilitating without treatment.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If injury, or shoes were not the cause it is your gait. You need to fix your hips and relearn optimize your gait when walking.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Whoa wtf, this is literally me.

    I got it from doing too much rope-skipping :((
    It was only ~10 minutes before each workout, but apparently that's too much at my ripe old age of 34

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Walk barefoot more.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Get yourself a night splint and sleep in it. It’s hard to sleep in but a couple weeks of sleeping with your foot at 90 degrees will heal it for good. Dealt with this for years. It sucks getting out of bed and the first step kicks off the pain. You’ll notice after one night that you foot doesn’t hurt in the morning.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This anon knows.

      Additionally, in the morning after about 2 weeks of isolation take either a mini tennis ball or 1-inch wooden dowel and grind the FRICK out of your arch to break up the scar tissue and stimulate blood flow to the area. It should be painful but in a good way. Get an arch support for your shoes to further assist in healing. Once it's all healed (~6-8 weeks) start doing leg and foot exercises to strengthen it and wean yourself off supports.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cortisone shot guided by ultrasound

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Be less fat.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lose weight, fatty.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Curb stomp a Black person

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Medgay here.
    First off, DO NOT get surgery for plantar fasciitis. There are a lot of quacks out there. There isn't any evidence for surgery being beneficial, neither is shockwave, dry-needling, magnetism or any other magic.
    Healing this stuff can take up to a year, sometimes longer. So if you didn't get any results after a month or so, keep fricking going.
    Get yourself a pair of insoles with cushioned heels.
    Do eccentric (calf/plantar)stretches at least 3 times a day. Again, healing takes a lot of time, so keep that shit up.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Bought myself some barefoot shoes. Go frick yourself brainwashed med israelite

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    tap dancing

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Once the pain is gone, do jumping jacks as it will strengthen your foot muscles.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    its inflamed tissue. injury can also cause it but in your case it most likely isn't even the case. most tards on here will give you garbage advice, that is stretching and wearing cushioned soles(this is what youll get from youur doctor, need to measure your foot alignment first etc). none of those things work longterm and you are very likely to be stuck in the cycle of your pain coming back and leaving. the usual medical advice is worthless. the simple answer is consume a diet that is anti-inflammatory. cut out all plant matter and consume meat only. within 2 weeks you'll be fine and your PF and other join issues will disappear. also walk barefoot as much as you can. get "barefoot shoes" for outside, never wear any inside. thats basically it. if in addition to the inflammation you've got calcified tissue, aka the thorn theres probably not much you can do about it. roughly 27% of all people have it and dont really know they do. t. knower who tried all the common advice and found it to be absolutely useless.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Aetrexs baby! Anyone else is a lying n word

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The sole of Mt foot hurts when I walk sometimes.
    In between the ball and heel.
    It feels like it's stretching too tightly.
    Any tips?
    Pic unrelated.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      engage your abductors when you walk

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        how do I engage them when Im too broke for anyone to abduct me?

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