Plantar fasciitis local steroid injection

I am getting results by following the protocol MendMeShop laid out for plantar fasciitis. Last week I thought I would have to see a doctor or go to an emergency room as I could not bear weight on my foot it was so painful, first thing in the mornings. This week I'm much improved in the mornings, especially with wearing the splint at night. I am aware I'm not the least cured, but am moving in that direction and am relatively pain free. I'm very hopeful if I stick with what I'm currently doing, I will be able to get my long walks back into my life.


Step 1 Plantar Fasciitis Taping

Spray tape adherent on the bottom and sides of the foot (unless you have sensitive skin or an allergy). Take a strip of 1" tape and start at the 5th MPJ (5th toe joint). Wrap the tape around the heel and bring the tape around to the arch side of the foot.


Step 2 Plantar Fasciitis Taping

After bringing the tape around the heel, press the 1st MPJ (big toe joint) down and try to mimic a high arch. Bring the tape to the 1st MPJ and attach. Cut off any excess. Pressing down on the big toe joint is one of the most important steps. Once the tape has been secured, the higher arch should be maintained.


Step 3 Plantar Fasciitis Taping

Repeat step 2 two more times with 1" sports tape. Remember to press down on the big toe joint while securing the tape down. Bring one piece a little higher on the big toe joint and one piece slightly lower. There should be three pieces of 1" sports tape wrapped from the little toe joint to the big toe joint.


Step 4 Plantar Fasciitis Taping

Using the 2" sports tape, start on the outside of the foot, towards the heel, at the line of the 1" tape. Wrap the 2" tape around, under the foot to the arch side.

You’ve probably come to the realization that a lot more goes into the diagnosis and treatment of plantar fasciosis than you once thought. Blanket, one size fits all recommendations usually don’t work well for this condition. Please find a medical or allied health provider (medical doctor, osteopath, chiropractor, podiatrist, physical therapist, athletic trainer, body worker, etc.) that understands these concepts. Time spent in evaluation saves time in treatment. If you don’t have a medical or allied health provider, we’d be happy to help.  We treat difficult cases of plantar fasciosis with our comprehensive, conservative care methods. Please call 708-532-CFIM (2346) and ask for either  Dr. Dino or Dr. Marie at The Center for Integrated Medicine for more information.

“I suffered debilitating heel pain for over 3 years, due to plantar fasciitis, and reached a point where I didn’t think I would ever walk normally again. Dr. Davis gave me hope when he told me about the minimally invasive procedure called Tenex Health TX. He told me I would be able to recover in a few months, and I would be able to go back to my normal exercise and weights routine, which is very important to me personally, as well as my career. After carefully following the post-procedure recovery plan, I realized one day the pain was gone, and I was walking pain free for the first time in years.”

Plantar fasciitis local steroid injection

plantar fasciitis local steroid injection

“I suffered debilitating heel pain for over 3 years, due to plantar fasciitis, and reached a point where I didn’t think I would ever walk normally again. Dr. Davis gave me hope when he told me about the minimally invasive procedure called Tenex Health TX. He told me I would be able to recover in a few months, and I would be able to go back to my normal exercise and weights routine, which is very important to me personally, as well as my career. After carefully following the post-procedure recovery plan, I realized one day the pain was gone, and I was walking pain free for the first time in years.”

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