Re: plnaterfasiatis and spurs

I am not trained in active release but have heard many good things about it. I typically will clear any joint restrictions in the the ankle and foot and also use ultrasound to help PF. I typical prescribe custom molded orthotics to help correct any postural problems as well. This approach typically works for me depending on the severity of the case. Rolling your foot over a golf ball can help break adhesions, also using ICE helps. Cases with minimal or no reponse I refer over to the Podiatrist. I agree, it's unlikely to be sciatica.

Posted By doc4bax on September 17, 2007 at 14:46:40:

In Reply to: Re: plnaterfasiatis and spurs posted by DrDave on September 15, 2007 at 01:13:57:

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