Injury Afoot: 30 Things You Can Do to Relieve Heel Pain and Speed Healing of Plantar Fasciitis

Injury Afoot: 30 Things You Can Do to Relieve Heel Pain and Speed Healing of Plantar Fasciitis

by Patrick Hafner

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Injury Afoot: 30 Things You Can Do to Relieve Heel Pain and Speed Healing of Plantar Fasciitis 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. While sometimes a single, specific motion can provide relief, a variety of maneuvers is usually the key. That's why this book contains 30 action items to help you overcome plantar fasciitis and prevent its recurrence. 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."

This is the first book available to present such a complete, multi-faceted approach to treating plantar fasciitis. Since your body is a dynamic machine, the parts of which interrelate and affect each other, a full-spectrum healing plan is optimal. As such, a person can take many actions to alleviate the pain caused by plantar fasciitis.

This book contains all of those steps in one place to serve as a central resource for plantar fasciitis sufferers. The exercises and guidelines are easy and painless. And they work. Without a scalpel, hypodermic needle, or bottle of pills.

From the Author:
This is the first book available to present such a complete, multi-faceted approach to treating plantar fasciitis. Since your body is a dynamic machine, the parts of which interrelate and affect each other, a full-spectrum healing plan is optimal. As such, a person can take many actions to alleviate the pain caused by plantar fasciitis. This book contains all of those steps in one place to serve as a central resource for plantar fasciitis sufferers. The exercises and guidelines are easy and painless. And they work.

When the body is injured, it's eager to heal itself. With a condition like plantar fasciitis, the body's healing process basically needs as many odds as possible stacked in its favor, and it will take care of the rest. Without a scalpel, hypodermic needle, or bottle of pills. This book helps a plantar fasciitis sufferer do just that. - Patrick Hafner

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013711488
Publisher: Birchbark Publishing
Publication date: 01/02/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 104
Sales rank: 971,709
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Patrick Hafner has been involved in fitness and conditioning for over 30 years. He competed for 15 years in wrestling sports, winning numerous state, regional, and international titles, and has worked as a strength training adviser and judo instructor. A hiking enthusiast, Pat has explored trails across the U.S., Canada, Iceland and Switzerland. As a runner, he has completed over 90 races.

Pat holds a B.S. with graduate work in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from the University of Minnesota.

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