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A Retrospective Study of Standing Gastrocnemius-soleus Stretching Versus Night Splinting Within the Treatment Of Plantar Fasciitis.
Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel painキヤノン PowerShot SX60 HS ブラック 9543B004 canon デジカメ コンパクトデジタルカメラ 望遠 バリアングル液晶 超望遠 風景撮影, yet the conservative treatment of plantar fasciitis is not standardized【EMG JH-SET/METALLICA James Hetfield Signature Pickups】 b00gxnmjdo. This open retrospective study compared the effects of standing gastrocnemius-soleus stretching to a prefabricated night splint人工観葉植物 マッサンゲアナ170 高さ170cm dt91261 インテリアグリーン 造花. One hundred and sixty patients with unilateral or bilateral plantar fasciitis were evaluated and treated according to the standard regimen in addition to either night splints or stretching壽屋 コトブキヤ ARTFX+ スターウォーズ 501部隊 クローントルーパー 2パック. Seventy-one patients performed standing stretching of the gastrocnemius-soleus complexニッポー(マイコール) ワイヤレスコールシステム「マイコール」 送信機20台セット ウッド MYCst120 WOOD. Eighty-nine patients utilized the prefabricated night splint without standing stretching天然木 オーク無垢材 ダイニングセット KOEN コーエン 5点セット 4人用 4人掛け用 リビングセット ダイニングテーブルセット テーブルセット 食卓セット ダイニングテーブル 椅子 木製 ダイニ. The night splint treatment group had a significantly shorter recovery time (p&ltNISHI(ニシ・スポーツ)MS440 【その他備品】 同時通話型トランシーバー 免許不要 1対1同時通話仕様;【受注生産品:お届け約30日】 K18ホワイトゴールド・ダイヤ/アクアマリン・リング 11号 カラーストーン ジュエリー 3月 女性 レディース アクセサリー 誕生石.001)盆提灯 そめいよしの 『 そめいよしの 春慶塗蒔絵 大内 二重 対絵 (一対入り) 木製 電気コード式 桐箱入り 【家紋入代込】 』 13号 BCJ-35183一対 [家紋入れ 代金込み] 絹 201, fewer follow-up visits to recovery (p&lt*【送料無料!!(一部地域除く)】Ergohuman[エルゴヒューマン] Ergohuman Basic[エルゴヒューマンベーシック] ロータイプ EH-LAM※代引不可商品(家具・椅子・チェア・オフ;.001), and fewer total additional interventions (p=.034) compared to the stretching group.
Absolute body weight, body mass index, and age did not have a statistically significant effect on the time to recovery or additional interventions needed. The duration of pain prior to our treatment was a predictive factor and was associated with increased time to recovery and increased number of treatment interventions. It was concluded that early treatment in a standardized four tiered treatment approach including the night splint without standing stretching of the gastrocnemius soleus complex, speeds time to recovery. (The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery 41(4):221-227, 2002)
Authors:
Lance D. Barry, DPM, Cartersville, GA
Anna N. Barry, MS, Cartersville, GA
Yinpu Chen, PhD, Smyrna, GA

New Cure for Heel Pain
This new night splint “sock” helps treat plantar fasciitis

by: Amby Burfoot

A new study has found a simple, nonsurgical, no-injection, and highly effective way to resolve plantar-fasciitis pain. The key: use of a “night splint,” specifically a low-cost splint called the Strassburg Sock. A night splint is a temporary splint that you wear only while sleeping.

The study, published in The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, pitted two therapies against each other: the Strassburg Sock and a traditional calf-stretching regimen. Each was used to treat a group of patients suffering from plantar fasciitis. The night splint was far more effective than stretching, helping patients recover in an average of 18.5 days versus 58.6 days for the stretching regimen. Head researcher Lance Barry, D.P.M., a marathon-running podiatrist, believes the splints worked best because immobilization of an injured tissue is the first step toward helping that tissue heal. “The long established principles that govern the healing of bone and other soft tissues should be used in the treatment of plantar fasciitis,” he says.

Barry says he has tried other, more bulky night splints, but his patients haven’t liked them because their bulkiness makes it hard to get a good night’s sleep. At the first sign of plantar fasciitis, Barry suggests following these steps:

  1. Stop running for 1 to 2 weeks, until you no longer experience morning heel pain.
  2.  Cross-train. Bicycle, aqua-jog, or do other aerobic exercise that doesn’t stress the plantar fascia.
  3.  Avoid wearing high-heel shoes, walking barefoot, and doing squats and calf raises.
  4. Wear the night splint until you have gone 7 days without pain. This usually takes 3 to 4 weeks.
  5. Take anti-inflammatory medicine for 10 days.[/column]

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