Jeremy Roberts, Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure eBook.pdf
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The problem with anti-inflammatories and painkillers is that they only address the symptoms
of the condition and not the root cause. For many people, it becomes necessary to take
more and more of the drugs as their bodies become less sensitive to their effects over time.
Corticosteroids and botulinum toxin Type A are two treatments that doctors commonly use to
reduce inflammation and relieve the swelling and pain. These treatments can be expensive
and must be administered in a medical facility.
Orthotic devices are another conventional treatment
option for Plantar Fasciitis. These include shoe
inserts and splints that can relieve stress and help
stretch the plantar fascia tissue. You can buy some
orthotic devices online, however, many doctors will
prescribe custom designed orthotic devices that are
designed to fit to your foot and/or leg.
These devices can be helpful if you have abnormally shaped feet or very severe damage to
your plantar fascia. However, it's important to note that these devices can be prohibitively
expensive, and are not guaranteed to work.
In some cases, surgery may be a solution to Plantar Fasciitis. This involves severing a part
of the plantar fascia tissue in order to relieve tension and reduce inflammation. The surgery
is carried out with local anesthetic and is performed with tiny incisions in the foot. The
surgeon might detach the plantar fascia from the heel bone or make additional incisions to
try to relieve pressure.
The problem with surgery is that it is expensive and it can take a long time to heal. This is a
difficult option for individuals with professions that require them to be on their feet throughout
Conventional treatments for Plantar Fasciitis can be effective, however, you should know
that there are treatment options that you can perform at home that do not require dangerous