Reasons why almost all treatments for plantar fasciitis don’t work and how you can truly become pain-free in the long run
TUESDAY, JULY 25, 2023
TUESDAY, JULY 25, 2023
Why traditional methods don't work
Jessica Tumney, a hobby runner from Ontario, Canada was diagnosed with plantar fasciitis 3 years ago.
Her injury has progressively gotten worse over the years. The pain is so unbearable that it has put her off work.
She has tried everything, but hasn’t been able to get rid of the pain completely.
Everything is a band-aid, or simply ineffective.
She's tried compression socks, custom orthotics, cortisone shots, rolling her feet on balls, hot/cold foot baths, elevating her feet while sleeping, laying on the floor with legs up the wall, vitamins, etc.
She even bought a massager and purchased a 3-month supply of specialized vitamins and minerals all promising to help her severe foot pain.
After many MRIs, ultrasounds, X-rays, and nerve tests on her legs, no one was able to help her overcome the unbearable pain.
Out of sheer desperation, she was on the verge of asking her doctor for surgery.
When she almost lost hope for natural recovery, she met Joline - who had been through plantar fasciitis and is now running full marathons again and enjoying life without debilitating pain.
Joline told her about the life-changing tool that helped her recover from plantar fasciitis: Sidekick’s Muscle Scraper.
Why Muscle Scraping is so effective
Treating plantar fasciitis pain as a symptom is not enough.
Although the name includes "-itis," which suggests inflammation, studies have proved that plantar fasciitis is actually a degenerative problem.
The tissues in your heel are deteriorating. The collagen fibers in your plantar fascia have broken down due to chronic overuse.
Because of this, treatments such as orthotics, stretching, and injections are usually unsuccessful.
To treat plantar fasciitis, you need to address the root cause with a method that supports collagen regeneration.
This is exactly where the muscle scraping method comes in.
Muscle scraping is a physiotherapy technique that has been around for centuries.
It speeds up the healing process and provides immediate relief for people with plantar fasciitis.
It involves the use of a smooth-edged tool to apply pressure on the muscles in order to:
- Stimulate new blood flow
- New blood flow is rich with nutrients & oxygen that help support collagen repair. Read more.
- Block pain signals to the brain, providing fast relief. Read more.
By increasing localized blood flow into the plantar fascia...
You will kick off your body's natural healing process and accelerate collagen regeneration in your foot.
Finally, a method that supports the healing process AND provides pain relief.