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Advertising budgets for expensive gizmos and empty promises far exceed research budgets for so-called plantar fasciitis.

Which is neither plantar in location, nor inflammatory ('itis') in nature!

That's why I started my own research program six years ago, on a shoestring. None of those gizmos, or medical professionals, helped me with my first attack of horrible morning heel pain. Even though I spent a bunch! They do work for some people, some of the time, and I'm pretty sure I know why. They each change the way you move, in subtle ways. To be honest, the ASTRO is the only one that makes sense, and it's certified (No, I have no links to the product - I just tested it!).

My Current Working Hypothesis: Acute morning heel pain, aka plantar fasciitis, is a progressive condition. In its early stages, it is a nociceptive or neural (nervous system) response to body movement stresses. A warning of worse to come, including tissue damage, if you don't change the way you move!

I will tell you a story that makes more sense than going down the Google Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Rabbit Hole. Take a careful look at the graph, showing data from an online survey (it's still open).

Wishing you happy feet and happy trails.


Dr. Kevin T. Morgan, BVSc, PhD, DipACVP, ExFRCPath, Veterinary Scientist and Optimal Body Movement Enthusiast

PS Money Back Guarantee if my work doesn't help your foot pain.