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ok, have you ever had "rollover" sprains on your feet? I'm guessing teh answer is yes, and you've probably had more than one. Over 1/2 the people with PF have had a grade 2 or 3 sprain to the affected foot. Another 20% have ahd a severe knee injury that put them in some sort of cast for a month or more. PF can be complicated by tarsal tunnel syndrome. There is also a type of nerve entrapment syndrome that causes identical symtomology.
Thankfully you don't need to suffer with this. I am a Medical Massage Therapist in the US. I've been in practice for 25 years, and I spent my first 5 years with an orthopedic surgeon doing hip, knee, and ankle, injury and surgical rehabilitation. I have seen many treatments for plantar fasciitis. Few of them actually work. Arch supports help, proper shoes help, but they don't fix it. Thanks ankle must move properly, to do this you need to remove all trigger points and adhesions in the lower leg, and re-program your muscles to accept the monger length. I had PF for 3 years before I smacked myself in the head, and remembered that I knew how to fix it! It's fast and relatively easy. when clients see me in office, it's 1/2 hour per affected foot, on a week, for 4-6 weeks. 80% of my clients are pain free in 4 sessions, 90% are pain free in 6. I've put together a simple at home protocol. It's free. I will never share your contact info with anyone else, for any reason, and I promise I won't spam you. My website has details of how PF happens, it's really too long to fit here. www.kaywarren.org. Go read it. If you decide you want to give it a shot, and you live too far away to come see me, just go to the "contact me" page, and fill it out. in Comments, as for the Healing Plantar Fasciitis Without Surgery Guide". This is a 6.5 Mb file, Its 15 pages with color diagrams. You really can get rid of this and get your life back!