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HOW TO HEAL PLANTAR FASCIITIS QUICKLY

How to heal plantar fasciitis quickly – Our patient database shows that healing is between 3 to 6 weeks once treatment starts (average) Many patient’s will ask us if it possible to heal plantar fasciitis quickly, and if so how. However,…

Plantar Fasciitis Home Remedy

Plantar Fasciitis Home Remedy - Do they Work? At Sydney Heel Pain clinic we are often asked the question is there a plantar fasciitis home remedy and does it actually work. Truthfully, there are many home remedies available online if we search…

How do we treat heel pain?

There are several treatment options that can be used to resolve heel pain conditions and each one is carefully considered when treating each patient. What’s right for one person might not be right for another
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Plantar Fasciitis: Finding the cause – 13th August 2015.

New patients at our clinic are often confused by the overwhelming information posted on the internet. Much of the treatment advice for Plantar Fasciitis is conflicting and produces varied results. We refer to this information source as Dr.…
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Plantar Fasciitis – City to Surf

4th August 4, 2015 It's that time of year again and the recreational walkers / runners are out and about, training for this annual event. In just 5 days, on August 9th, troops of people, young and old, fit or flabby, male or female will be…
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A Plantar Fasciitis update

Plantar Fasciitis in winter Even though its cold outside and people are exercising less due the temperature and illness, the incidence of Plantar Fasciitis is still high. In fact, we are seeing more and more patients with Plantar Fascial tears.…
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Plantar Fasciitis – an overview of Karl Lockett, Sports Podiatrist

Karl Lockett is a Sports Podiatrist with a special interest in heel pain and Plantar Fasciitis. He graduated from the university of Salford, Manchester in 1998 and has been in biomechanics and Plantar Fasciitis in Australia since 2001. Karl…
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Chronic Plantar Fasciitis

Chronic Plantar Fasciitis – Symptoms Patients with Chronic Plantar Fasciitis will have been suffering with symptoms for more than 2-4 weeks. The symptoms become consistent and the patients are able to see the patterns. Usually, the pain arises…
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Plantar Fasciitis or Heel Spur

This article has been written to clear up the confusion that surrounds two of the possible causes of pain underneath the heel. Patients and practitioners alike seem to be using 2 different terminologies (Plantar Fasciitis or Heel Spur) to describe…
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Plantar Fasciitis in Runners

1: Too much too soon It is not uncommon to find Plantar Fasciitis in runners who have increased the intensity of their training programme too quickly. There should always be a gradual increase in the number of days training per week and likewise,…
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Orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis

A common question: Can I use orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis? There are different ways to approach the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis, and orthotics is definitely a very reliable option. However, the Orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis must be…
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Plantar Fasciitis Recovery Time

What is the approximate Plantar Fasciitis recovery time? The recovery time for Plantar Fasciitis is varied and is dependent upon different factors. In general it can vary from a few days (if treatment starts early) to a few years if left untreated.…