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?
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.
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