Supplements for Plantar Fasciitis

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  • Susan Plantar Fasciitis

    • Age 35-54
    • Female
    • 266 lbs
    • 5' 6"
    • Columbus Ohio
    15
    Oct2019
    • Injury Status Cured
    • Physical activity per week 8+ hours
    • Chronicity 18+ Months
    • Repeat injury? No
    • Runner No
    • How much did pain interfere with your day-to-day activities in the past week? A little bit
    • How much did pain interfere with your enjoyment of life in the past week? A little bit
    • What best describes your pain level on average in the past week? Mild
    • Additional conditions Lower back-pain, Artrithis, Swellling in feet/ankles

    Treatment Ratings

      Cured
      Orthotics, Supplements,

    I have been doing rolling with tennis and golf ball and self massage.


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  • Christine Plantar Fasciitis

    • Age 35-54
    • Female
    • 179 lbs
    • 5' 4"
    • Port saint Lucie Fl
    15
    Oct2019
    • Injury Status In Pain
    • Physical activity per week 0-4 hours
    • Chronicity 18+ Months
    • Repeat injury? Yes
    • Runner No
    • How much did pain interfere with your day-to-day activities in the past week? Quite a bit
    • How much did pain interfere with your enjoyment of life in the past week? All the time
    • What best describes your pain level on average in the past week? Horrible
    • Additional conditions Recent weight loss

    Treatment Ratings

      Improved
      Supportive Shoes, Weight loss, Supplements
      Not Improved
      Orthotics, Ice,

    I have recurring plantar fasciitis in my right heel
    I have been working with my therapist on here and not going barefoot as much as possible


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  • Anonymous Plantar Fasciitis

    • Age 55+
    • Female
    • 315 lbs
    • 5' 6"
    • George
    08
    Oct2019
    • Injury Status In Pain
    • Physical activity per week 4-8 hours
    • Chronicity 18+ Months
    • Repeat injury? Yes
    • Runner No
    • How much did pain interfere with your day-to-day activities in the past week? All the time
    • How much did pain interfere with your enjoyment of life in the past week? All the time
    • What best describes your pain level on average in the past week? Horrible
    • Additional conditions Swellling in feet/ankles, Numbness in fee/legs, Lower back-pain, Artrithis

    Treatment Ratings

      Improved
      Not Improved
      Boot, Rest, Weight loss, Supplements, Strassburg Sock, Compression Socks,
      Worsened
      Supportive Shoes

    Pain


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  • Regina Plantar Fasciitis

    • Age 55+
    • Female
    • 132 lbs
    • 4' 10"
    • Adams
    01
    Oct2019
    • Injury Status In Pain
    • Physical activity per week 0-4 hours
    • Chronicity 6-18 Months
    • Repeat injury? No
    • Runner No
    • How much did pain interfere with your day-to-day activities in the past week? Somewhat
    • How much did pain interfere with your enjoyment of life in the past week? Somewhat
    • What best describes your pain level on average in the past week? Discomforting
    • Additional conditions Swellling in feet/ankles, Lower back-pain, Artrithis
    • Medication taken regularly Aspirin

    Treatment Ratings

      Almost Cured
      Supportive Shoes,
      Improved
      Boot, Supplements, Taping, Rest, Ice, Orthotics,
      Not Improved
      Weight loss, Compression Socks

    I put down that I feel improved by doing stretches and new supportive shoes. I also clicked losing weight. I am trying to be conscious of and listening to meditations on losing weight. I started a week ago and I haven’t lost weight.

    My planter fascists has improved over time. The suggested exercises have helped.

    I have fibromyalgia. I’m in pain every day. I do stretches all the time. It helps to be active instead of resting. However, I stand on my feet several hours a day and some days the planter fascists acts up or my whole body hurts. I do stretches, meditation, essential oils along with gabapentin to control the pain.

    I feel like I’m at a plateau. I’m neither worse or better.