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Plantar fascitis ...ouch

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Well I am having a flareup with plantar fascitis ....ouch... it hurts my feet when I first get up or if sitting awhile and get up my feet hurt a lot. I am doing stretches in the morning before I get out of bed and then doing a stretch against the wall to stretch the tendon in my foot as needed.

Just a small annoyance right now ....hoping it does not get any worse. I have my ice water bottle ready if I have to ice it.
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  • v 50BYEFIFTY
    Hope the feet are feeling better soon, my husband bought inserts and that seemed to help him alot, also needed to rest it a bit to heal :) Wishing you the best week, My friend!
    1427 days ago
  • v XFITSTRONG
    Hope they feel better! I dealt with PF for 10+ yrs. Was finally referred to a podiatrist who gave me cortizone shots and have been pain free for 3 yrs. :)
    1430 days ago
  • v XRSIZE18
    Hope they start feeling better soon! Sending pain-free thoughts your way.
    1430 days ago
  • v ECOAGE
    My sympathy! Had PF in both feet, repeated times. Tried stretching. Tried sleeping in special boots (different versions). Nothing helped until my trainer suggested Lynco Orthotics. I got mine from a local retailer who suggested the correct style for my feet.
    1430 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    Sorry to hear about the flare up. Hope it doesn't get worse. **SIGH**
    1430 days ago
  • v BUSYGRANNY5
    Ouch!!! I hope you get this uncontrol soon!! Be patient with yourself!!


    1431 days ago
  • v BRAID1
    I have planter fascitis too. The frozen water bottle is helping the most for me right now and I am only comfortable in Birkenstocks - ugly sandals but better than limping all day. Hope yours is better soon. emoticon
    1431 days ago
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