Re: Plantar Fasciitis

By bipolar I mean in both feet. That is the wrong word i guess. The therapist tried "adjusting" a vertabre (sp) and could not get it to turn back into the proper place.

Can back problems cause foot pain?

I don't believe that I mentioned in my previous post that the facisa in my left foot was 11mm thick after 2 weeks of rest.

I guess my real question is this. Barring a heavenly healing, is there any likely hood that I will walk w/ a normal gait for a few miles w/o pain again.

Right now I get about 30 steps after extended icing, and am in near constant pain unless I can get 100% of weight off of my feet.

Thanks

Posted By Kevin on April 01, 2006 at 02:12:00:

In Reply to: Re: Plantar Fasciitis posted by Vivian Abrams DPM on March 31, 2006 at 20:22:54:

The Active Ankle offers flexibility and security. It will feel different from anything you have ever worn for ankle protection. The hinge allows freedom of motion that you may not be accustomed to. Do not mistake this freedom of movement for lack of support. A leading university said, the Active Ankle provides more support (inversion) than the leading air-stirrup brace, the leading lace-up brace, or a tape job.

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