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    Plantar Fasciitis
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    bill_indahouse posted:
    I had good luck recovering from this by rolling my foot on a frozen water bottle. I also slept in a dorsiflexion splint.
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    123zale responded:
    2nd time currently experiencing. have used massage, chiropractor & laser,
    cold packs, roll foot on plastic 2" pipe, and acupuncture.
    Like idea of cold or frozen water bottle.
     
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    atti_editor replied to 123zale's response:
    Hello,

    This article has some treatment options for plantar fasciitis that you might also try.
    Best wishes,
    Atti
     
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    123zale replied to atti_editor's response:
    THANK YOU. Very interesting to add a few more treatments to keep under control and relieve all pain for another few years.


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