Re: What physical therapy for Plantar Facitis

See a therapist that is kinesiotape certified. They will also possibly do some stretching and ultrasound. Stop wearing your orthotics if they are causing more pain.

Posted By M Scott pt on March 18, 2008 at 00:19:44:

In Reply to: What physical therapy for Plantar Facitis posted by mary Kerner on March 08, 2008 at 18:03:15:

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Inflated aircells offer comfort and graduated compression with its therapeutic benefits. Worn with a laced shoe, the Air-Stirrup restricts inversion/eversion and permits normal flexion.

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