Relief From Plantar Faciitis

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This should be one of the first things you try, if you have Plantar Fasciitis.

According to Dr Eric Berg, the Stretching Exercises Most Practitioners Teach take Too Long to Heal.


Two Simple Stretches / Exercises to Fix Plantar Fasciitis

Let This Renowned Trainer In Chiropractic And

Nutrition Specialist & Advocate

Dr Eric Berg

Teach You This New Strategy For Those Aching Feet.

(Good For Flat Feet Too)

Wish I Knew This 14 Years Ago!


Hear What He Says To Us

Could the way many practitioners learn how to help with Plantar Fasciitis be wrong?

Check out these Unique Plantar Fasciitis Exercises.


In this short video, I’m going to share with you 2 simple Plantar Fasciitis Exercises that might really help you.

Timestamps

0:22 Rating the pain

0:34 What causes Plantar Fasciitis

0:53 The worst thing for Plantar Fasciitis

1:04 Plantar Fasciitis Exercises

2:37 What if it doesn't help?

With these Plantar Fasciitis stretches, we’re going to be using the principle of opposites. Anytime a muscle is tight or inflamed, work on the opposite, not the involved area. With Plantar Fasciitis, you will be stretching a muscle called the Anterior Tibialis, which is opposite to the bottom of your foot.

These Plantar Fasciitis exercises are super simple, and they can help give you a lot of relief.

These Plantar Fasciitis Stretches can also help with Flat Feet.

What you DON’T want to do is stretch your calf or massage the bottom of the foot.

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is pain in the bottom of the foot. Plantar fasciitis can be caused by a Sheath of Tissues (Fascia)

that get inflamed in the bottom part of your feet.

• First, you need to rate your pain, 10 being very severe, and 0 being no pain.

• Repeat these unique Plantar Fasciitis stretches to get relief.

• Rate your pain again to see how it has improved.

• Try this once a day for one week.

If these Plantar Fasciitis stretches don’t help, you might have another issue going on.

Doing these exercises, along with Changing Your Diet by Cutting Out Sugar and Eating More Vegetables, might do the trick.



He is one of my Favorite Natural Health Advocates

He speaks a lot of common sense and has a wonderful way of explaining things.



ALSO, YOU MAY WANT TO CHECK OUT
THE NEW SHOCKWAVE THERAPY HERE

AND SEE IF THERE IS A PODIATRIST OR PHYSIOTHERAPIST

NEAR YOU WHO PRACTICES THIS THERAPY

(Prices Vary from Clinic to Clinic and Results are Lasting or Permanent)

I Would Try The Exercises in the Video first

and if you need something extra, go for 3-6 Sessions

of the Therapy.

It's Very Effective!


Help With Epsom Salts

Epsom salts is rich in both Magnesium and Sulfate. While both of these minerals are poorly absorbed through your diet, studies show an Increase in Magnesium level from soaking in a bath that is enriched with Epsom salts,

without any adverse effects!

Magnesium alone is a miraculous mineral to have in adequate amounts in the body. The sulfates in Epsom Salts help to

pull out harmful toxins from the body through the skin.

The presence of both these minerals in a foot soak can provide astounding health benefits for one suffering

from Plantar Fasciitis:

Prevents Hardening of the Fascia Tissues.

Improves Blood Circulation and Nerve Function.

Reduces and Relieves Inflammation.