Swimming and biking are your best bet. Another thing you may want to try is Keniosio taping. I spent last summer dealing with post tib tendentious the same tendon that causes planter fatieotis but it was right behind the inside of my ankle bone that was flared. I went from not being able to walk without pain to being able to do almost anything with 1 little strip of tape on. It is 20 dollars for the pro KT tape but it works much better then the regular for feet and ankles Just a thought.
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I've been dealing with a pesky case of plantars faciitis (however you spell that). last night i walked on the cinder track while my son was at baseball practice and holy cow - my foot and heal were hurting last night and this morning! it hurts to walk just plain normally today.
Anyone dealt with this issue before? I've done some internet research and found some orthotics that I may try but in the meantime - what were some alternate workouts you found that didn't hurt. I know swimming and biking are good. suggestions are welcomed and appreciated!
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