Bunions, heel spurs, and plantar fascitis

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jcstorlie
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Bunions, heel spurs, and plantar fascitis

Post by jcstorlie » Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:02 pm

I'm wondering if Athlete's magic would help my foot pain? Otherwise any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated:)

AmberinFlorida
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Re: Bunions, heel spurs, and plantar fascitis

Post by AmberinFlorida » Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:15 am

Lemongrass or cypress!! :)

Janiemae
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Re: Bunions, heel spurs, and plantar fascitis

Post by Janiemae » Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:56 am

My son just had his second surgery for what he was told to be plantar fascitis. His second surgery with a well known sports doctor, for our area, told him 95% of heal pain is misdiagnosed and is not plantar fascitis. It is tarsal tunnel. And from what he has been thru, I will find alternatives before I would go thru what he has. He has been in a boot, or on and off crutches since June of 2015.

Zoey
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Re: Bunions, heel spurs, and plantar fascitis

Post by Zoey » Fri Mar 24, 2017 9:55 pm

Hey coconut oil can help you! :D
You just need to apply coconut oil on your heels and gently massage for some minutes.
Let it stand for some hours and then wash off your heels, your condition will be improved, I believe! :)
Or I know another oil can treat heel spurs, it's called Flaxseed oil, it's rich of alpha-linolenic acid which is a form of omega-3 fatty acids.
Follow a tip I founf on https://authorityremedies.com/home-reme ... eel-spurs/ :
Warm a half cup of flaxseed oil.
Soak a piece of cheesecloth in the oil.
Place it on your heels and cover it with a piece of plastic.
Put a heating pad on the plastic for several hours and limit any movement.

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