To purchase a copy of FitOldDog’s Guide And Videos for curing Runner’s Plantar Fasciitis and flat feet, Click This Link. I developed our 5-step approach to curing persistent cases of pain in feet, which has had some great successes, in collaboration with my dance and Continuum teacher, Rebecca.
The use of the roller for myofascial massage is but one of the five critical steps in this effective process to plantar fasciitis therapy and prevention.
I know a number of runners who suffer from plantar fasciitis, which can completely ruin your sport. I suffered from it for a while, trying the usual recommended approaches, some of which are described in My Foot Shop website from which the adjacent photograph was derived. If you visit this site and you are at all squeamish, don’t watch the surgery video that is included, which is actually pretty interesting. I like the markings on this photo, as they show exactly where my problems have been, all initiated by barefoot running, I’m afraid. But I finally found a solution, thanks to my eldest son, Nick, the Trigger Point Performance Therapy Roller System.
This is something that actually works, as long as you find the muscle body that is tight and roll it loose again. Learning a little anatomy can help a lot, too.
Important Note: These posts do not provide medical advice. You should always consult your physician before undertaking or significantly modifying an exercise program.
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