To properly fix your plantar fasciitis you need to know how to stretch your fascia and crucially for how long!. You need to know the muscles that have a major influence on your pain and you need to re-educate your foot, and lower leg muscles to “do the right thing”. You need to get rid of destructive trigger points, and you need a specific strengthening regime. Click here to access the free course
You need to combine these with specific timing of restorative exercise and a very specific nutritional approach
Many doctors think that Plantar fasciitis is simply caused by old age, or just running a bit too much. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Most people who suffer from this condition, actually suffer from Equinus and you can read all about that condition here
One you understand this, and the role of weakness, poor neural drive, the disrupting effect of trigger points and inadequate flexibility, you are well on the road to fixing this condition.
Work through my free course today and fix this condition . Click here to go to the course page
Here are some interesting dietary ideas that help all sorts of pain!
Check out some of the articles I’ve written about Plantar Fasciitis and Tendinopathy in general
Tendinitis, tendinosis, tendinopathy. Lets call the whole thing off
The older your therapist or trainer, the more likely they are to muddle up what to call your tendon pain. The younger your trainer or therapist, the more likely they are to waste your time with an obnoxious mini-lecture if you use the wrong word.
Equinus: the key to Plantar fasciitis and Achilles Tendinopathy
As a Crossfit trainer I have a hate hate relationship with tendon pain: I hate it, it hates me. Nevertheless, I have to relieve symptoms, actually fix the issue, while getting my athletes back into training. Myself included. Ive suffered for from tendon pain for years. Thankfully, I can now fix it!