How To Decrease Heel Pain And Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms

The mid-to-late summer months are typically ripe with feet issues. By this time, people have ventured more outdoors, increased their walking and activity, and are trying to enjoy the warmer weather before Fall and Winter rush in too soon.

 

It’s great to see people trying to be more active. The only problem is that many people are wearing the wrong types of shoes, do not have the endurance to physically increase their activity, or aren’t strong enough.

 

Recently, I did a quick video on 3 Quick Tips About Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis. https://www.facebook.com/jeanette.brandtdewitt/videos/2102821819855377/

 

I’d like to expand on these tips a bit.

 

    1. Shoe wear - Flip flops are not supportive shoes. Sometimes they are as flimsy as soft foam or thin cardboard. Although flip flops serve a purpose in preventing your feet from burning as you walk from your chair to the pool or in preventing foot fungus in a public locker room, they were never...
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