Plantar Fasciitis Causes and Treatment (when you can’t stand it anymore!)

Join Dr. B this Thursday as we go through the common causes, treatment and natural history of plantar fasciitis.

What causes plantar fasciitis?
How do you fix plantar fasciitis?
What causes plantar fasciitis to flare up?
How do you stop plantar fasciitis from coming back?

Last week’s episode:
Lower Back Pain: Myths vs Facts (Herniated Disc Recovery, Chronic Pain, Stretching)

Plantar fasciitis is a painful degenerative condition affecting the heel and sole of the foot that can be very challenging to treat. We will also discuss some of the difficulties encountered on the road to recovery and what you can do about it. See you at noon EST!


Welcome to the new “Ask Dr. B” live show! Here you get the chance to ask orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Erin Boynton your musculoskeletal pain and injury questions. Dr. B has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience over her 30 year career. She was the team surgeon for the Toronto Blue Jays for 10 years, is the current Medical Director of the Rogers Cup WTA Tennis tournament and has achieved too many awards and accolades to count.


ROM Coach is LIVE! You can download it via one of the links below:

Lower Limb Control:
Pronated Feet and How to Fix 3 Different Causes of OVERPRONATION:
WEIRD Ankle Strengthening Exercise [Prevent/Rehab Ankle Sprains]:
Avoid this GASTROCNEMIUS Stretch Mistake (and how to do it right):


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  • @26:10 – Dr B mentions ice helps to reduce inflammation and get you to recovery stage faster – I thought inflammation was essential part of recovery? Always been confused about that but yeh could you clarify please? Thanks and very useful video!

    john smith July 24, 2020 1:17 pm Reply
  • Next time I would like to watch something about fingers/wrists/elbows.

    greyishdun July 24, 2020 1:17 pm Reply
  • Once again thank you Dr B, thank you so much for all the information.

    Caroline Shipsey July 24, 2020 1:17 pm Reply

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