Archive for March, 2013


Curing Heel Pain By Icing

It is common to use icing for curing heel pain and plantar fasciitis. Heel pain is normally due to too much foot activity, like exercise, standing for long periods of time or an inactive lifestyle which result in tears or strain in the ligament of the plantar fascia. Although icing to the plantar fascia can [...]

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What is the relationship between diet and Plantar Fasciitis?

According to The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, approximately two million United States residents seek plantar fasciitis treatment on a yearly basis. Plantar fasciitis requires conventional treatment to heal pain, as well as other related symptoms. We recommend patients gain medical advice prior to using any natural treatments. Consuming Foods Which Can Prevent Anti-Inflammatory The [...]

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What Vitamins and Minerals Needed to Cure Foot and Heel Pain

Heel spurs and plantar fasciitis treatments are not limited to stretching or using heel cups. There are still so many extraordinary methods targeting the inflammation and the pain which goes along with a strain plantar fascia. For example, basic vitamins are commonly used to prevent and treat plantar fasciitis. Actually, due to fewer invasive qualities [...]

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