Plantar fasciitis self help books

The 5-Minute Plantar Fasciitis Solution (Paperback) by Jim Johnson.

The 5-Minute Plantar Fasciitis Solution is a simple and quick do-it-yourself program that will help you recover from one of mankind’s most common and annoying foot problems- plantar fasciitis.

Drawing from the latest scientific research, The 5-Minute Plantar Fasciitis Solution details in plain language what plantar fasciitis is, how to eliminate it (without drugs, surgery, or fancy equipment), and the things you can do to prevent it from ever coming back again.
And the best part? It has been proven in randomized controlled trials to work on long-term plantar fasciitis sufferers-taking only minutes a day to do!

Injury Afoot: 30 Things You Can Do to Relieve Heel Pain and Speed Healing of Plantar Fasciitis (Paperback) by Patrick Hafner.

Plantar fasciitis is more than just a case of a sore foot. The nagging, painful foot condition can be akin to a railroad spike jammed into your heel. This book contains your 30-point action plan to overcome plantar fasciitis. The information within will save you the time of hunting down and deciphering conflicting advice, and save you money by avoiding futile and often dangerous “treatments.” Use the steps found here to conquer plantar fasciitis and get back on your feet.

The Layman’s Guide to Foot and Heel Pain: A Guide to the Unbreakable Laws of Curing Foot and Heel Pain (Paperback) by Les Bailey

Written by the Senior Biomechanics Consultant at the famous Parish and Bell clinic in Carshalton, Surrey, this book explodes the myths about foot and heel pain in a concise and jargon-free way. It will appeal to the layperson and even the health professional looking for an informative yet relaxed read about a subject poorly understood by the medical professional as a whole. The Parish and Bell Clinic has spent many years specialising in ‘plantar fasciitis’ and heel pain and has become the place to consult for all Europeans. This book gives many useful tips on avoiding and assisting in cases of foot pain. Readers will derive much help and encouragement from this book.

Release Your Pain: Resolving Repetitive Strain Injuries with Active Release Techniques (Paperback)
by Kamali Abelson (Author), Brian Abelson

This book introduces a non-invasive, soft-tissue treatment process called Active Release Techniques (ART), which locates and breaks down scar tissue and adhesions that cause pain, stiffness, weakness, numbness, and physical dysfunctions associated with repetitive strain injuries. Each chapter addresses the root cause of the specific injury and explains treatments that should be avoided, and why alternative forms of therapy should be sought out before acquiescing to surgery.

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