Sticking to a rehab program is a challenge for patients, and Plantar heel pain (PHP) patients are no exception. Rehab can be a time consuming process, and take a while. How can you help your patients to stick with it, so they fully recover?
There are a number of treatment options available for PHP, like isometric exercises, heavy slow resistance, strengthening, stretching, corticosteroid injection, extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT), manual therapy and more. Which treatments are best for your patients? How does the latest research help you?
In PHP part 3 - Additional treatment with Henrik Riel, you will discover:
In Part 1 you discovered how to assess & diagnose PHP.
In Part 2, you explored exercise options and progressions you can use with your PHP patients.
Part 3 (this part) will help you compare different types of exercises you can use, and explore the latest evidence on additional treatment options such as extracorporeal shockwave therapy (EWST), manual therapy, surgery, and how the Loch Ness monster and corticosteroid injections have a lot in common.
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