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Kick Heel Pain

If you’ve ever stepped out of bed in the morning, only to find you barely could walk across the floor without this crazy sudden heel pain, then you may have Plantar Fasciitis. Typically, as you continue to walk, the pain will let up – but don’t be fooled. This problem will only get worse if unattended – and could potentially turn into a bone spur.

What is Plantar Fasciitis?
Steve explains what it is and how to prevent, or improve, it with 2 simple exercises.

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  3. notimetow8

    My wife has this condition and she can barely walk sometimes! I will have to show her this video! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Bonnie Pfiester

      YAY!!!

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