Clinical Edge - Physio Edge 062 How to treat plantar fasciopathy in runners with Tom Goom Clinical Edge - Physio Edge 062 How to treat plantar fasciopathy in runners with Tom Goom

Physio Edge 062 How to treat plantar fasciopathy in runners with Tom Goom

How can you treat plantar fasciopathy? How can you return your plantar fasciopathy patients to activity and running? When can they run without aggravating their pain?In episode 62 …

Image title

How can you treat plantar fasciopathy? How can you return your plantar fasciopathy patients to activity and running? When can they run without aggravating their pain?

In episode 62 of the Physio Edge podcast, Tom Goom and David Pope help you discover exactly how you can get great treatment outcomes with plantar fasciopathy.

You will discover:

  • How can you treat plantar fasciopathy (PF)?
  • How can you help reduce plantar fascia pain during the "pain-dominant" phase?
  • How can you improve load capacity during the "load-dominant" phase?
  • When do your patients need relative rest?
  • What cross training options are suitable for runners with PF?
  • When and how can you incorporate strengthening into your treatment?
  • What other impairments should you address in your treatment?
  • How do you adapt strengthening if your patients pain is irritable vs non-irritable
  • Is stretching helpful?
  • Should you include other treatment, eg taping, orthotics, gel heel cup
  • When can your patients return to running?
  • How long is the average recovery from PF?
  • A PF case study with exercise progressions and return to running.

Download Physio Edge podcast episode 62 now to find out all of this and more

This podcast follows on from Physio Edge 060 Plantar fasciopathy in runners with Tom Goom and Physio Edge 061 How to assess & diagnose plantar fasciopathy in runners with Tom Goom

Links of Interest

Related posts

Research associated with this episode

Rathleff et al. 2014. High-load strength training improves outcome in patients with plantar fasciitis: A randomized controlled trial with 12-month follow-up.

Are you ready to take your clinical outcomes to a new level?

Start your 14 day trial