Stop Heel Pain: New Secrets of Plantar Fasciitis Treatment 2020!

We promise to do our  best to stop heel pain today! Our guide features the BEST NEW SECRETS of plantar fasciitis treatment!

Stop Heel Pain – New Secrets of Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Overview:

  • Welcome to the home of “stop heel pain: the new secrets of plantar fasciitis”
  • This is the companion website guide to our upcoming book!
  • You will soon know all the new secrets of treating plantar fasciitis! Coming 6/1/2020

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Is Some Plantar Fasciitis Incurable?

  • Severe plantar fasciitis and chronic plantar fasciitis may seem “incurable”, but new studies can verify exactly how thick can damage your plantar fascia is, and how to make progress!
  • My name is Tom Biernacki and I am surgically trained foot and ankle podiatrist. I had the benefit of seeing over 5,000 people per year with different types of foot pain, and have performed almost 1000 surgeries.
  • I have suffered from chronic knee and leg injury from an accident in college. This cost me five years of not being able to run or walk without crippling and chronic pain since that time I have dedicated my professional career towards making sure no one else has to suffer with chronic leg pain!

We are on a mission to help!
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Do You Have Chronic Plantar Fasciitis?

  • Do you feel pain with the first 5 to 10 steps in the morning?
  • Have you gotten more and more out of shape because of the pain?
  • Have you got the runaround going from doctor to doctor without a permanent solution?
  • Are you starting to get depressed, putting on more and more weight?
  • Do people continue to give you advice that seems to work for everyone but you?

Well you are not alone!

  • We see people almost every day with the story just like yours.
  • There is hope and there is a reliable and proven treatment algorithms for pain such as yours.
  • At this website, we are making our personal mission!

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Heel Pain Causes: Picture & Photo Gallery

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  • One of the top causes of heel pain is plantar fasciitis, this is damage to a ligament that holds your heel to your toes.
  • There are also photos of heel spurs that can occur to the bottom of your heel (plantar fascia insertion) and the back of your heel (Achilles tendon insertion).
  • Baxter’s nerve entrapment can also happen at the bottom of the heel.
  • An underlying cause is an over pronated flatfoot, or an over supinated high arched foot.
  • This can lead to the formation of a heel stress fracture( AKA calcaneus stress fracture.

Please click on the gallery for a guided tour through heel pain conditions!

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6 Common Causes of Heel Pain:

1) Plantar fasciitis is the most common one:

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The most common cause of calcaneus foot pain is likely due to plantar fasciitis.
  • It is said that 10-40% of people in the world will have chronic heel pain.
  • 93% of that is said to be plantar fasciitis.
  • This is the most common cause of heel pain in the world.
  • It is said that 44% of all foot clinic visits are related to a combination of plantar fasciitis.
  • If you have bottom of the foot and heel pain during the morning, this is likely plantar fasciitis!
  • This usually gets better after 10-20 morning steps, but then hurts the next morning.

2) Achilles Tendinitis & Back of the Heel Pain:

Achilles Tendon Pain & Back of the heel bone pain
If the back of your heel hurts, this may be insertional Achilles tendonitis into your heel.
  • This is most common cause of pain in the back of the heel. It is possible to develop heel spur and rest soreness at the site the Achilles tendon inserts.
  • It is also possible to have it about 2 to 6 cm above the heel bone (This is called middle of the Achilles tendon pain).
  • It is also possible to strain the actual calf muscle, but at this point is not Achilles tendinitis not heel pain.
  • This is perhaps the most important ended in the body in terms of bearing weight.

3) Fat pad atrophy:

Fat pad atrophy heel pain plantar fasciitis
Fat pad atrophy can happen starting at age 40 but gets worse around age 65+. This means your foot has less cushion from the bottom. The problem is you are still more likely to have plantar fasciitis pain as well as this pain.
  • Common in older people, common and those have had steroid injections, it is thought that he can start at 40 but it does continue on later in life.
  • We see this most commonly is much older people such as 60s, 70s, 80s and higher.
  • If you are younger, it is very unlikely that this is your problem.
  • This is usually achy, burning pain that gets worse during the day.
  • This is a very common condition that we see overall, and it does need to be treated effectively!

4) Calcaneus Stress Fracture:

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If you have a calcaneal stress fracture or a heel stress fracture, you are in the right place!
  • This is increased pain while you are bearing weight.
  • These are typical during running sports and repetitive shocked heel.
  • It is tested by checking side to side squeeze of the heel bone.
  • The calcaneal squeeze test is a very important test in confirming that heel stress fracture.
  • Click on the above link to make sure this is not your problem!

5) Radiculopathy (Back Pain):

  • If you have ever had a back injury or nerve injury to your spine, it is very possible that you may have radiculopathy pain.
  • This can cause numbness, burning and tingling type pain.
  • We see this very commonly in people who have soreness and pain to both feet.
  • If you have a prior back injury or surgery, this may be your problem.

6)Baxter’s Nerve Entrapment:

Pinched nerve heel pain at night
A baxter’s nerve compression can occur between the abductor hallucis muscle and the quadratus plantae muscle. It can also get pinched underneath the calcaneus.
  • Baxter’s nerve compression and entrapment is not the most common cause of heel nerve pain.
  • Some sources even say Baxter’s nerve compression can be involved in up to 20% of heel pain cases!
  • This can result in more night time pain, as well as pain during rest.
  • If you have numbness, burning and tingling it may be a Baxter’s pinched nerve in the heel!

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