Working Together: Holistic and Traditional Combinations That Work

Working Together: Holistic and Traditional Combinations That Work

Relief From Plantar Fasciitis

Denise Moore

If you are experiencing foot pain in the arch of one or both of your feet, or near the heel, then you may be suffering from plantar fasciitis. If you feel this may be a possibility, then you should call up and make an appointment to see a foot doctor. The sooner you can get seen, the sooner you can begin treatment so you can move past the pain. It may be a while before you can get in to the foot doctor, so you can follow the tips in this article to deal with the pain in the meantime.

Wear good shoes

It's important for you to make sure your feet are properly supported while you are on them. This can help to relieve some of the pain of plantar fasciitis, as well as postpone a flare-up from occurring. You want shoes that fit you the way they should and that have good arch support. The worst shoes you can wear when you are worried about any sort of foot pain are high heels.

Stay off your feet as much as possible

If you are dealing with plantar fasciitis, staying off of your feet and giving them a chance to get plenty of rest is one of the best things that you can do for them. Walking or standing for extended periods of time can be extremely hard on feet prone to this condition.

Be careful first thing in the morning

Plantar fasciitis is a foot condition that can bring you a great deal of pain any time of the day or night. However, it is often at its absolute worst first thing in the morning when you are just waking up. For this reason, you should be careful when you are getting out of bed. Wake up a bit early and give yourself some time to rub your feet in bed before you try to stand on them.

Use cold therapy to get pain relief

Cold therapy can be very helpful when it comes to taking away some of the pain of plantar fasciitis. You can put a small water bottle in the freezer and use it for relief once it is frozen. Take it and roll it under your foot, going from the bottoms of your toes all the way to your heels in a smooth, fluid motion. This will massage your feet while relaxing them with the coldness.  


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Working Together: Holistic and Traditional Combinations That Work

I am one of those people who hates going to the doctor. In the past, I have relied on everything from cranberry juice to apple cider vinegar to fix my ails. As I get older though, I find that I need to rely more on traditional medicine than I did in the past. What I found out from my doctor is that I did not have to give up the holistic medicines I used. I could combine them. This blog is designed to help others focus on how to combing holistic treatments with traditional medicine in a safe and fun way.

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