Category Archives: Plantar Fasciitis

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D2 Night Splint Relieves Pain of Plantar Fasciitis While You Sleep!

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It can be impossible to hold your feet at the exact 90° position needed to heal and relieve pain during the entire night. However with the right night splint, you can accomplish this healing process with ease. The D2 Night Splint allows for a gradual stretch and progression as tolerance is increased. The splint employs a dynamic cord [...]

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Heel Pain: Night and Day Relief

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Recurring foot pain caused by plantar fasciitis or other conditions can limit mobility and make even walking a painful task. The typical approach to reducing this inflammation pain is to stay off your feet, but there are better solutions. With more people that suffer from plantar fasciitis heel pain every day, it’s tough to choose [...]

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Safe Winter Running

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Caregivers need stress relief. Like many other Americans, stress relief is often found through physical exercise – running. As we get deeper into winter here in the Northeast, the days end earlier and the temperature drops significantly  Both of these things can cause anyone to become more depressed, and thus stress out more frequently. They can also cause [...]

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Don’t Ignore That Foot Pain

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Most of us think we’re doing ourselves a favor by forcing ourselves to run regularly, but did you know that runners are more prone to get plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis occurs when there is repetitive micro-trauma to the layer of tissue that supports the arch in your foot. It can start as a bearable foot [...]

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Ouch! What’s that Morning Heel Pain?

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‘Tis the season for running and marathons! Caregivers need stress release, and a lot of us get it through running or walking. Now that the weather is starting to cooperate, for some of us, our feet are not. If you are a runner, or even just a regular walker, you should know what is causing [...]