Just had an appointment with a podiatrist who is making me shoe inserts. I really cut back on walking this past week as much as possible, although that will be harder now as my job and commute require it. It is a bit better this week than it was. I ordered a little space saving pedaler, for a bit of no impact exercise and I have an elliptical, but need to work up to it I think. This is very problematic. And I can see from everyone who answered that it is for everyone. Thanks for your advice!
Tincture of time. It will get better in 1 1/2 - 2 yrs weather you treat it or not. That being said, you can stretch and exercise your foot before getting out of bed, since those first few steps are incredibly painful. Ice, nsaids, good arch supports and a heel cup can all help too. Good luck to you. I dealt with it for about 5 yrs straight. R. foot, then L. foot and as if that wasn’t enough, it came back in the R. foot. For years afterwards any little twinge in my foot would scare the heck out of me.
Release with a ball using the techniques outlined by Dr. Kelly Starrett and Mobility Mastery.
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