Chronic Plantar Fasciitis Research Survey

Hi! I'm working to develop a 'triage' system, to help people diagnose the source of their so-called plantar fasciitis heel pain. I plan to use response (improved, no change, made worse), as diagnostic tools for a common range of treatments. Instead of saying a method (roller, injection, Podiatrist...) didn't help or it did, the observation would become a diagnostic tool, in my triage map. My background in Bacteriology and Pathology led me to this idea. Thanks for helping, so I can help you rescue yourself, and others, from So-Called Plantar Fasciitis (Morning Heel Pain). kev aka FitOldDog BVSc, PhD, DipACVP, ExFRCPath (have to put those letters, or people don't trust me, even then they might not!).

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* 1. Changing Shoes

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* 2. Massage/Rollers

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* 3. Arch Supports

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* 4. Icing or cold roller

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* 5. Orthotics

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* 6. Surgery

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* 7. Tape/Taping

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* 8. Exercises

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* 9. Physical Therapist

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* 10. Heel cups/Shoe inserts

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* 11. Drugs/Pills

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* 12. Cortisone heel injection

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* 13. Compression sleeves

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* 14. Podiatrist

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* 15. Boot/Night Splint

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* 16. Nutrition/Supplements

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* 17. Shockwave therapy

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* 18. ASTRO

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* 19. Magnets

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* 20. Barefoot running

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