“WHAT IS THAT HEEL PAIN?” YOU WONDER

“WHAT IS THAT HEEL PAIN?” YOU WONDER
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WARNING: HEEL PAIN CAN CAUSE YOU DEBILITATING PAIN THAT CAN AFFECT YOUR LIFE FOR YEARS!

FREE REPORT Reveals The Cause Of Heel Pain And How To Cure It! Before It Destroys Your Lifestyle!

You get up from your easy chair to head for the kitchen during a break in the game you’re watching and it strikes again. Heel Pain! You wince for a few steps. The pain is severe, enough to make you limp. Then as you continue to walk it eases. By the time you get to the kitchen you are feeling fairly comfortable again.

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“WHAT IS THAT HEEL PAIN?” YOU WONDER

What could be so painful one minute and not painful the next? It is called plantar fasciitis. It is inflammation of the soft tissue of the heel. Either in the centre of the bottom of the heel or around the edges of the heel. If x-rays are taken there is often a spur on the bottom of the heel bone. The mistaken supposition often made is that this bone spur causes the heel pain. It doesn’t. However the same problem that causes the bony spur on the heel also causes the pain in the heel. Fix the one and generally the cause for the other is removed. The answer was revealed to me at a professional conference almost twenty years ago. So imagine my surprise even recently as people continue to tell me that they are being prescribed painkillers or anti-inflammatory drugs only. Or another professional suggests orthotics and foot exercises. Or someone else suggests a pad in the bottom of the shoe with or without a hole cut out of it. All of these may help. But they manage the problem. They don’t cure it!

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THERE IS A CURE!

It lies in correctly identifying the cause of the problem. Only a professional skilled in biomechanics of the lower extremity can identify this accurately. The treatment can produce almost immediate results in a few days or may take several weeks. The recovery time depends on the severity and how long the problem has existed as well as a few other factors in some instances.

IMAGINE! YOU CAN BE PAINFREE!

In my office the cure rate is almost 100 percent. And many of these people suffering with plantar fasciitis have had it for years. A podiatrist informed me a few years ago that their profession’s success rate with plantar fasciitis is only in the 30-40 percent range. But getting pain free is possible. The answer lies in fixing the biomechanical stresses in the foot very specifically, without forgetting the rest of the lower extremity. Orthotics may or may not be needed.

If you want to be free of heel pain call 1-888-734-3570 for a free report on how you get pain free from this debilitating foot pain.

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