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Plantar fascitis,heel spu

Pain in the heel area of leg ,cant even keep the foot barely on the floor its pricking.its painful and doctor advised to use sandal.still its not reliefed,i want a good treatment and recovery for this type of problem.please suggest
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Go for laser physiotherapy Treatment ....n start strengthening exercise for your foot muscles so they can carry your body weight while walking without pain....can use silicone pad ..or good sports shoes .. Know more about planter facities visit my website Www.thephysiopoint.com Dr sunil Tank
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Dear friend First of all get a silicon heel pad for your self from tynor. And definitely you need few sittings of Ultra sound as well as laser therapy that will help to reduce pain and silicon heel pad will take of the pressure point from that particular point. Try this and it will surely help.
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Stretch Calves Get a custom made insole. Hams Stretching. Sports Taping. Hot Fomentation.
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Great logical response from all expert Ortho and physiotherapy is your solution point. By putting US and some stretching excecise will make you pain free.
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Get good fitting footwear and do some physiotherapy.
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Dr. K. Sivaramakrishnan
Physiotherapist 9 yrs exp Chennai
Don't walk in barefoot it aggravate the pain.better wear mcp chappals it gives u good cushion effect for your foot.consult a physiotherapist to take ultrasound therapy or wax therapy along with some stretches it gives better relief. Don't walk and Stand too much
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Dr. Sandip Suresh Sonawane (Patil)
Joint Replacement Surgeon 14 yrs exp Mumbai
Plantar fascitis is a wear and tear phenomenon as we grow old and its very common proble. But the options available r conservative and no literature suggests that particular medicine or treatment will work. The treatment part includes shoes, medicines and physiotherapy. It does take invariable time to cut down on pain even ur orthpedic surgeon cant promise exact time frame for pain relief. So try to be relax and get treated. Spurs we can see commonly but not every spur is ther eason for plantar fascitis
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Dr. Saurabh Bhalla
Occupational Therapist 6 yrs exp Delhi
I can Correlate with the problem you face. I reccomend you firstly to change your footwear to a more softer and comfort ones (suggestion: use sketcher's Goga Mat slipper / and Go Walk3 shoe/belly). Secondly look for a good Physiotherapy center near by and walkin . after a brief assessment and few minutes of Pain (by massage) and Kinesiotaping will benefit you before that try dipping your foot in warm water and massaging that should relieve you from pain, in 4-5 sessions you will be back to normal. All the above stays true for PLANTAR FASCIITIS Now, if you have Heel Spur (that is OVer grown Calcaneal bone). which is found in X-ray the physio may start with Ultrasound therapy sessions to reduce the overgrown bone . approximately 10-14 sessions you will be back to normal depending on the size of growth . SURGERY MAY ALSO BE INDICATED.
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Consult a good physio. and TRY NOT TO WALK ON HARD SURFACES eg. MARBLE floor / tiled flooring. if anyway you have to walk try installing carped with foam / use a comfortable footwear.
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Dr. Tanuj Garg (PT)
Physiotherapist 8 yrs exp Noida
Kindly go for Ultrasound / LASER & stretching exs...kindly examine your feet thoroughly under a physiotherapist and see for tendoachlies tightness or look if there are some adhesions developing at tendoachlies.. In this you have to choose a new way of soft tissue manipulation via M2Tblade.... that will be more helpful.. Precautions Wear soft and comfortable shoes avoid flat sandles or less formed shoes or sandles..crocs will be very useful in this... Regards Take care
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Dr. Anantha Lakshmi
Cardiovascular And Pulmonary Physiotherapist 5 yrs exp Hyderabad
Consult a physiotherapist - ultrasound therapy can be done. 3 times a day put your feet up to ankle in both hot and cold  water alternatively. Use MCR sole sandals or hawai. Don't walk with a bear foot. Do not wear high heels.
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Dr. Sachin Singh
Orthopedist 9 yrs exp Ghaziabad
Please do the X ray to rule out spur , start wearing doctor sole sandals Keep medial arch support with silicon heel cushion in your shoes Contrast bath of your feet Foot exercise Visit a physiotherapist
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