Foot pain is one of the most common types of joint pain, as the feet support most of our body weight. Foot pain can be described as any discomfort, pressure, or stiffness from the ankle to the toes, and may be characterized by sharp pain, tenderness, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and/or restricted range of motion anywhere in that region. However, foot pain can also be related to problems that originate in other parts of the body, and in rare instances it can be related to a herniated disc.



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The causes of foot pain are varied, and include both chronic and acute conditions. Some common causes include pronation or suppination, arthritis and osteoarthritis, stress fractures, flat feet (fallen arches), and high heels injuries. Plantar faciitis, and Achilles tendonitis are both most often seen as a result of sports activities. Many sports activities, especially long-distance running and those that use twisting forces, place a huge amount of pressure on the feet leading to many common injuries. Also working for long stretches on your feet without proper arch support can also cause foot problems

Other causes include the normal wear and tear we put on this joint from everyday activities: sprains and strains, incorrect sleep habits, stress, abnormal or bad postures; injuries due to slips, falls, lifting, sports, "weekend warrior " and other such actions; in rare instances herniated discs can cause foot pain as well; muscle spasms; and almost anything that can aggravate the lower back, legs, and feet.



There are many treatments for foot pain. According to many sufferers acupuncture, chiropractic, manipulations, injections, physical therapy, massage, exercise, yoga, medicines, vitamins, and even some home remedies such as careful stretching, ice/heat etc. have been shown to work. The best solution we have found for our patients is a hybrid of many of the above used together with products we have researched and used in our practice over many years. People with plantar fasciitis should wear shoes that provide support, and avoid sandal/flip flop-types of shoes with open backs and little support.



Although there are various reasons for foot pain, it's been my experience as a health care professional and after seeing the results with my patients, that a combination of the following products can often be used to treat such pain, and solve many of its causes. Each item in these packages addresses a different aspect of foot pain, which most often it is truly a combination of several of the underlying causes outlined above.


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I want you to be aware that many patients may require from six weeks to begin to see results, and up to one year to lasting results from these products and new habits, although you may feel results sooner. That time frame depends on your age, your overall health, and the amount of the injury and pain. Practice makes perfect, practice with the items in your package every day, just like you brush your teeth; prevention goes a long way towards a cure. You know, a pain problem may have started with an incident many years ago, and your body has been used to accommodating it, so it can take some time to work things out and get back to normal. With that said, if you don't see some improvement after six weeks, you may wish to see your chosen health care professional to be sure there is not an underlying illness, or other health issue at work. Also if your pain increases or gets progressively worse, please stop our program and seek further care.
When pain is chronic, and finally gets to a point where you are ready to DO something, it can take time to heal. It may have taken many years to get to this point of causing pain. But patient work with the products we have selected can really help over the long term. It's like giving your body a coach. If you keep going to a tennis coach, your skills will improve over time; it is the same with treatment of pain. Practice with these products will most often lead to a lessening of pain and improvement of mobility and range of motion in your daily life. As long as you continue to see improvement, keep going.
If your pain originated from a trauma-related event, perhaps from a car accident, fall or sports-related injury, the chronic pain may have taken time to settle in, and then to make itself known, sometimes years later. So be aware that it may take some time, and a bit of effort to get your body back to its old pain free self. The products we have selected are designed to help your body find the right alignment while seated, walking and while sleeping. The exercise items are designed to help restore range of motion and reduce scar tissue. The ointments and supplements are designed to help ease pain and ensure your body has the things it needs to heal properly.