The Single Best Hands-On Treatment for Heel Pain
May 5, 2017
If you’re a bit like me, this warmer weather has you excited to kick off your shoes and slide into your flip-flops or sandals!
Or better yet, if you’re a lot like me, you’re ready to go barefoot…
And there’s only one thing that might stop you: heel pain!
For most people with heel pain, wearing a supportive pair of shoes helps to relieve the pain, especially if the shoes have good arch support.
So while wearing these supportive shoes is a good solution, their heel pain rears its ugly head as soon as they switch their footwear (or go without).
Even if you’ve tried the other treatment techniques and stretches outlined in my previous blog posts, you might still be running into some barriers with your heel pain.
And if you can’t get over the hump with your heel, this hands-on technique may be exactly what you need to eliminate your heel pain once and for all.
So if you experience heel pain with your first steps in the morning, can’t take long walks or run, or can’t go barefoot or wear sandals, this video is just for you!
P.S. If you’ve been suffering with heel pain and want more information before deciding how best to get rid of it, Dr. Brent Clark and I will be hosting another “Heel Pain Workshop” at the clinic on Saturday, May 20th, from 10-11 a.m.
This special event is perfect for you if you experience any of the following symptoms:
- Severe heel pain with your first few steps in the morning
- Difficulty walking or running
- Pain when rising up onto the balls of your feet
- You can’t wear flip-flops or go barefoot!
This educational workshop is completely FREE, but we’re limiting it to the first 15 people, so make sure to call the clinic at 509.892.5442 to reserve your seat!
Each attendee can also bring a guest (friend or spouse), and we’ll have several door prizes, including: free packs of socks for all attendees, 1 free pair of custom orthotics and 3 free pedicures.
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