How To Cure Plantar Fascitis Safely

How To Prevent And Get Rid Of Shin Splints When Running Step By Step!

Curing/treating shin splints isn’t easy, but it can be quick if you do things right the right way.

Pain relief techniques like icing are an important part of this three step process, but they’re not the only part.

Let’s get into it…


Step 1: Find The Cause Of The Plantar Fascitis

Most people who ask how they can get rid of shin splints have one major problem. They don’t have any idea what causes the splints in the first place. Shin splints or Plantar Fascitis  is a “gutter term” that refers to pain along the shinbone or tibia, but this pain can be caused by a multitude of different pathologies and conditions, and it’s VERY STUPID to follow some generic treatment program if you have no idea what’s the cause of your shin splints.

So what is the common cause of shin splints?

  1. Overload: this means exercising too much, too soon or too intense, exercising on hard or uneven surfaces can also cause overload.
  2. Biomechanical Imbalances: In general, three main biomechanical imbalances that shin splint sufferer commonly have : weak calves, weak glutes, and flat feet
  3. Poor Form: Do you have bad running/exercise form? If you’re like most people with shin splints chances are you do, and it’s making you suffer
  4. Poor Equipment: Finding the perfect pair of shoes for your feet can be as hard as finding the perfect life partner. A good tip is to visit a specialty running store with a worn pair of shoes, so that the people that work there can recommend the best shoes for you

Let’s brainstorm for a little bit; if you always ice your shins religiously, take painkillers every time you’re active and rest for days on end… if you’ve got bad running form, poor running shoes or one or more of the biomechanical imbalances, your plantar fascitis are guaranteed to come back fast and painful

Unless you find out what’s actually causing them


Step 2: Treat The Pain

Now that you’ve identified what’s causing your pain it’s time to treat it. Rest, ice and painkillers are great for doing this. But chances are you already know that.

Do your body a favor by not taking painkillers more than 14 days, and preferably no more than 3 days. Painkillers like Advil and Ibuprofen are classed as non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID’S) and long-term use of it has been associated with everything from digestive problems to stroke. If you have long term pain and want a good alternative search a product called “Heal-n-Soothe” which is a better and natural alternative that many experts vouch for

  1. Treat The Causes

It’s a no brainer that after you find out what’s the cause of your pain, you’ll have to take immediate action to treat those underlying causes. For example, if you realized that you have bad running shoes and inflexible glutes you’ll stretch you’re glutes and get a new pair of shoes that match your foot type.

If you realize that you’ve been increasing  your training intensity too drastically and that you’ve got flat feet or collapsed arches.  then you have to step back from changing your training intensity and go and get appropriate shoes with good arch support

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