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  • PLANTAR FASCIITIS EXERCISES TO RELIEVE YOUR HEEL PAIN

    PLANTAR FASCIITIS EXERCISES TO RELIEVE YOUR HEEL PAIN

    Waking up every morning with intense heel pain can be frustrating. You feel like your life is crushing right before you. Whatever you had planned to do in the morning becomes a nightmare.  If you have found yourself in such a situation, there is a high chance you may be suffering from Plantar Fasciitis.  However,

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  • PLANTAR PLATE TEAR (BRISBANE/GOLD COAST)

    PLANTAR PLATE TEAR (BRISBANE/GOLD COAST)

    The plantar plate is a deep fibrocartilaginous structure which originates from metatarsal heads and attaches to the proximal phalanx through the joint capsule within the forefoot Functions of the plantar plate Stabilize the metatarsophalangeal joint Assist in the windlass mechanism due to its attachment to the plantar fascia Resist hyperextension of the metatarsophalangeal joint and

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  • SURGERY FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS

    Surgery for plantar fasciitis Heel pain is one of the most common disorders that foot and ankles physicians treat and fortunately conservative treatment) is successful in roughly 90% of patients seeking treatment with plantar fasciitis. When patients do not respond to conservative therapies, surgical options may be considered.  Surgical treatment for plantar fasciitis has been

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  • PLANTAR FASCIOTOMY

    Plantar fasciotomy procedure is a good option for those who continue to suffer from plantar fasciitis, despite efforts to treat the disorder with non-surgical methods. Because there are several potential causes of heel pain, it is important to have heel pain properly diagnosed. Dr Kim is able to distinguish between all the possibilities and determine

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  • DOES SHOCK WAVE THERAPY WORK FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS

    https://youtu.be/nszovrg3S7o   “Plantar fasciitis”, correctly termed chronic plantar heel pain, is frequently observed in the following groups: runners, overweight or obese, and those who work standing all day long (e.g. nurses). Plantar fasciitis is actually a nerve entrapment of the inferior calcaneal nerve, often called Baxter’s nerve. The thickened plantar fascia presses on this nerve creating pain. Plantar fasciitis may progress from

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