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Doctor insights on: Planter Faciitis

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Can i permanently injury my foot if i continue running with planter faciitis?

Can i permanently injury my foot if i continue running with planter faciitis?

Yes: See a physical therapist to get the proper advise on plantar fascitis. You may need a type type and brand of shoe, you may to ice the foot and do specific stretches. This can be a nagging injury that can last a long time- get the right advice and work back into running slowly. ...Read more

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Which therapy works best for planter faciitis like ultrasound ot laser therapy?

Which therapy works best for planter faciitis like ultrasound ot laser therapy?

It depends: The treatment that worse the best with the least risk and disruption to your life would seem the best to me. Everyone responds diffrently. Sometimes simple stretching will do the trick and other people will require orthotics or surgery. Your local podiatrist will be able to take of this for you. Podiatrist see this all day long and are very successful at treatment. ...Read more

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What to do for planter warts?

What to do for planter warts?

Beetle Juice: I used to freeze or burn warts, but I have seen better results (with less painful treatment) with cantharone solution. It comes from a blistering beetle (don't ask ask me how or who found out!). It is expensive and difficult to obtain in the United States--however, if your physician has a bottle of it he can apply a little bit once a week for 2-3 applications. The wart usually blisters away. ...Read more

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How do you treat planter fascitis?

How do you treat planter fascitis?

Arch pain: Plantar fasciitis can be painful. To start a home program you must have a tennis ball, ice pack, exercise band and lots of patience. Begin your morning with stretching your feet with an exercise band for ten minutes, then once out of bed, stand on the tennis ball and roll it under your foot. Also use ice on it when it gets inflamed. Go to a Podiatrist for further treatments. ...Read more

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What can you do about Planter Fasciitis?

What can you do about Planter Fasciitis?

Planter Fasciitis: 1. Good foot ware 2. pain relief 3. physiotherapy- stretching 4. if nothing works then trial of steroid injection in the facia may help usually self limiting and could resolve on its own. ...Read more

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At which age extensor planter response is normal?

At which age extensor planter response is normal?

12-24 mos: Infants show an extensor response. After 12-24 mos of age, the "Babinski" reflex normally disappears. ...Read more

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For physiotherapist , how i can do nerve mobilization for medial planter nerve ?

For physiotherapist , how i can do nerve mobilization for medial planter nerve ?

Medial Plantar Nerve: Nerve entrapment syndromes can often be treated with conservative therapy by a physiotherapist off sports medicine practitioner, avoiding surgical intervention: http://books.Google.Com/books?Id=uzpwfnyyjjuc&pg=pa775&lpg=pa775&dq=nerve+mobilization+for+medial+plantar+nerve&source=bl&ots=o6o-3ow9f8&sig=th6hgf0hbiqw2_foyypzbvnh2mu&hl=en&sa=x&ei=0yneubybcjdm8gth2yhwaw&ved=0cd4q6aewaw#v=onepage&q=nerve. ...Read more

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I have planter fasiitis and a friend told me I will be in a wheelchair for life. Is that correct?

I have planter fasiitis and a friend told me I will be in a wheelchair for life. Is that correct?

Not a friend!: A person who tells you something this scary is not your friend at all This is a form of bullying. It is sadistic. That person derives pleasure from your pain. Take this person off your Christmas card list, off your contact lists, and unfriend on social media. Plantar fasciitis will not put you in a wheelchair. It is often temporary and there is good treatment. See a podiatrist. Find true pals ...Read more

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I was told i had a stretched soleus and something was wrong with my planter fassia, what does this mean?

Fascia: This would mean several questions from a professional standpoint. However, let's jump past that. You should seek an evaluation by your podiatrist for both an explanation for your question... ...Read more