Category Archives: Plantar Fasciitis

A Physical Therapists Journey Back To Running: 1 Year Update

Well, it’s been just over a year since I transitioned from riding my bicycle to running and I want to share my insights and thoughts 1 year in. As you can read in my previous posts, Part 1 and Part 2, I started running again for exercise about a year ago after I finally realized…

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A Physical Therapist’s Journey Back To Running -Part 2

Back in Part 1 I wrote about the history and reasons I’ve been re-inspired to start running again. I always thought running “sucked” and have seen people pounding concrete and would just cringe.  I’ve decided to start from zero and this is my story. I’ve run/walked now 3 times and can say that as long…

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A Physical Therapist’s Journey Back To Running -Part 1

It’s been almost 20 years since I last ran for exercise without it hurting.  That was just after college and prior to that in high school as requirement of my soccer team.  I’ve tried running a few times since, but it always hurt and I alway felt like it “sucked.”  My body just felt better…

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Video: Self Massage for Bunions, Plantar Faciitis & Foot Pain

Do you have painful bunions? Do you have plantar fasciitis? or just have feet that hurt? Do your feet hurt first thing in the morning when you step out of bed? Do you practice yoga, dance or even stand on your feet all day long? If you answered yes to any of these questions, go…

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