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Old 01-22-2012, 09:43 AM  
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Plantar Fasciitis

Seriously. This shit sucks. I've had it for a couple years. Basically, it is the soft tissue that holds your arch up gets inflamed and pissed off. Wikipedia

Over the last couple years, I've bought Orthotic insoles from my chiropractor and have Ecco boots. So every day for work, I lace up $500. But it continues to get worse, despite not doing anything overly active. I'll go to the chiropractor for awhile and it will feel better, but as soon as I quit for awhile, it is back and pissed off. I can't really justify going to the chiropractor once or twice a week 52 times a year. From both a time and financial perspective. I could stand to lose some weight, but it is difficult when you can't do much exercise with your legs.

Does anyone have any experience with Plantar Fasciitis? Anyone find any relief?
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Old 01-30-2012, 01:26 PM   #46
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That makes it DRAMATICALLY worse for me. Even walking around my house barefoot flares it up.
It did at first, but I was told that strengthening the foot is the only way to heal it. Arch supports just allow the foot to further atrophy. Another thing that helped me was sleeping in one of the boots made for PF.
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Old 01-30-2012, 02:23 PM   #48
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Seriously. This shit sucks. I've had it for a couple years. Basically, it is the soft tissue that holds your arch up gets inflamed and pissed off. Wikipedia

Over the last couple years, I've bought Orthotic insoles from my chiropractor and have Ecco boots. So every day for work, I lace up $500. But it continues to get worse, despite not doing anything overly active. I'll go to the chiropractor for awhile and it will feel better, but as soon as I quit for awhile, it is back and pissed off. I can't really justify going to the chiropractor once or twice a week 52 times a year. From both a time and financial perspective. I could stand to lose some weight, but it is difficult when you can't do much exercise with your legs.

Does anyone have any experience with Plantar Fasciitis? Anyone find any relief?
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Old 01-31-2012, 09:46 AM   #49
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That makes it DRAMATICALLY worse for me. Even walking around my house barefoot flares it up.
I know that feeling...It sucks and people that don't have it don't have a clue how painful it is.

BUT I also get flare ups of Gout on top of that and it seems like I'm always gimped up with some foot ailment. Gout hits the top of my foot 95% of the time. So it completely sucks when they BOTH hit at the same time and it has happened more than I can count on all toes and fingers.
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Old 01-31-2012, 10:10 AM   #50
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It did at first, but I was told that strengthening the foot is the only way to heal it. Arch supports just allow the foot to further atrophy. Another thing that helped me was sleeping in one of the boots made for PF.
Try the goodfeet arch supports, they have the only system that I have used that will strengthen your arch support. All other that I have just masks the problem.
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Old 01-31-2012, 10:42 AM   #51
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Air Force! I'm AF Retired. Make sure it's documented in your service medical record. When you are preparing to retire, you have the opportunity to claim medical issues you've had during active duty to get issues "service connected". Then, if you have enough "service connected" issues you are given a disability rating. Every little thing makes a difference. They have 'fuzzy math', I've got 8 10% Disability issues, and 3 other things 'service connected' but a zero rating (for now, they service connect it and rating can increase if worsens) for a total of 50% disability. Sleep Apnea is an automatic 50% disability unless surgically corrected.

Here's the key, once you hit 50% disability, it's an additional payday, VA provided 'career retraining' educational benefits, and so on.
Oh, it's all in the records. Plantar Fascitiis, arthritic knees, deep vein thrombosis, sleep anpea, hypertension, stress, etc, etc. 30 years of service can be a bitch. I'm waiting on a rendering from the medical board (going on 12 months now) before I'm medically retired. I'm going for a 70% disability.
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:38 PM   #52
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Mother **** this shit. I thought I was doing pretty through the winter. Wrong-o.
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:51 PM   #53
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That cortisone shot in the heel hurts like bitch, but it sure does work.
Yep. I had a series of cortisone shots, twice on each heel. That, and the stretching finally got it out of me. Bad for awhile, then better, then bad again...5-6 years!

Freeze a bottled water. Then, roll it around under your foot while sitting in your chair helps. All the other things, helped. But, I didn't get over it until the cortisone series and then gave it time.
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:59 PM   #54
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Yep. I had a series of cortisone shots, twice on each heel. That, and the stretching finally got it out of me. Bad for awhile, then better, then bad again...5-6 years!

Freeze a bottled water. Then, roll it around under your foot while sitting in your chair helps. All the other things, helped. But, I didn't get over it until the cortisone series and then gave it time.
I haven't had any issues with mine for a while, either.
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:33 PM   #56
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Man, I picked up a case of this about 9 months ago, and it hurt like heck. I went out for a run, everything was fine, and when I got back and showered I was limping. I thought maybe I'd stepped on a rock or something, but it just kept getting worse. It hurt like a son of a gun for months. I was about to go spend $400 on an orthotic, but bought a $12 Dr. Scholl's insert at the grocery store after accidentally seeing it. It felt better immediately and healed over the course of about three months.

I would not like to ever have that again.
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Old 04-23-2013, 11:11 PM   #57
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I suffer from this very ailment. I bought the $50 Dr. Scholl's insoles then went to a podiatrist and spent hundreds of dollars when I could have fixed it for under $20. I am on my feet for 8+ hours a day. These have helped me tremendously. I have had NO foot pain since I started wearing these. They're so comfortable I wear them even when I'm not at work.

On my days off I sometimes don't wear them at all, but they feel good so I like to wear them.

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