Does FootMedic Technology help Fix Heel Pain fast?
Answer: YES - but more importantly only FootMedic Technology provides injury support, crucial for recovery. Plantar Fasciitis heel pain reflects ligament injury - it can't rest to heal.
WARNING: Pain relief is not recovery. Healing takes longer: Don't drop injury support until full recovery or pain will return.
Do NOT ice the injury - it cannot heal. Apply FootMedic WarmingPads.
'How do I fix the pain' is the normal focus but focus must be on healing. Injury support alleviates pain and helps the ligament heal.
It's simple: Completed healing is the only way to avoid chronic heel pain and other foot problems; without injury support tech the ligament can't heal.
Only Injury Support Makes Pain Relief Count: A "pain remedy" or "quick cure" is NOT recovery.
Pain relief only takes 1-2 days, but it takes actual recovery so pain doesn't return...
If Recovery takes time, why do so many advertise or say plantar fasciitis heel pain is easily and quickly fixed?
Answer: It's a misnomer - pain relief is often confused with recovery. Read on...
FACT: Ligament heals slowly. Physiology and the nature of connective tissue dictate adequate time is needed for recovery. There's no way around it. Don't be fooled.
Quick recovery doesn't occur with connective tissue. Until healing has completed we're not truly fixed.
Repeating what we want to hear is why heel pain is said to be quickly fixed, but it's grossly misleading. Learn More >
can I relieve heel pain and speed recovery of plantar fasciitis at the same time with FootMedic technology? yes, You can
Speeding recovery of a plantar fascia issue is not difficult when following these basic rules:
- Consistent FasciaBand application
- Consistent WarmingPad application
- DO NOT attempt to stretch the fascia
- DO NOT apply ice or cold applications
- DO NOT inject cortisone into the injury
Repeat above rules until full recovery.
how does a footmedic fasciaband work, help recovery and my pain?
Answer: The FootMedic FasciaBand affects a virtual replication of Plantar Fascia Ligament function - backing it up, taking load and absorbing stress...
Foot Structure and Physiology means the FootMedic FasciaBand design is the only way possible, while proprietary materials enable its design. Neither can be improved or subbed.
The Plantar Fascia Ligament connects (links) Metatarsal heads to the heel. Working with two other plantar ligaments it literally connects, supports and helps form the bony-arch structure.
#1 and 2nd metatarsals form the medial longitudinal archway, under greatest load.
The Plantar Fascia is directly under the sole's skin and the longest plantar ligament, taking the brunt of loading. Injury typically occurs at heel insertion. FasciaBand Applications >
How Much time does plantar fasciitis require for full recovery?
Answer: If proper and consistent support is applied to the plantar fascia ligament - 3 to 12 months, depending on severity of injury and other factors. Average is 6 months for moderate injuries. Most are looking at 3 months.
Warning: Ice application, cortisone injection or smoking substantially increase recovery time.
Note: Consistent application of FootMedic WarmingPad technology helps healing and decreases recovery time quite noticeably.
what's the best way to help plantar fasciitis recover?
Answer: Always properly support the plantar fascia ligament with a FootMedic FasciaBand - till full recovery.
- FootMedic WarmingPad technology assists with lymph and blood circulation - this relieves pain, mitigates stiffening, helps healing and speeds recovery
- WARNING: DO NOT apply ice or inject cortisone to site of injury
- Avoid treat-the-symptom approaches
Does R.i.c.e. Help Plantar Fasciitis or heel pain? no
R.I.C.E.: Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation. No doubt you've come across R.I.C.E. as the most suggested means of treating plantar fasciitis and heel pain...
FACT: R.I.C.E is only an attempt to temporarily suppress pain and it is NOT appropriate for plantar fascia injury.
R.I.C.E. does NOT give ligament injury support. Ice actually inhibits recovery, and Compression and Elevation have virtually no pain relief effect for fasciitis.
is cortisone injection good treatment for my plantar fasciitis, bursitis and heel pain?
Answer: No. It's ALWAYS bad.
Pain relief is quick but know the facts before receiving cortisone...
- Cortisone suppresses pain - it doesn't address injury support
- Cortisone impedes our immune system's healing response
- Cortisone can cause irrevocable ligament degeneration
In practice, nobody benefits from cortisone injection for plantar fascia injury or plantar bursitis.
- Once cortisone is fully excreted symptoms return and the ligament is in worse condition
*FootMedic Technology is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease.
NOTICE: "Definitive Recovery" assumes plantar fasciitis and/or bursitis is actually present prior to use of FootMedic; that nothing pathological is involved; that the user applies FootMedic according to full directions and uses only as intended.
Stats from American Podiatric Medical Association.
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