Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Here's How to Heal:

In order to get your plantar fascia fully healed as fast and effectively as possible, you need to treat the injury. Painkillers and anti-inflammatories DO NOT help you heal and can even make the healing process longer, and having surgery will mean long-term consequences and prevent full recovery. Instead, you need to alleviate the swelling and discomfort, then promote bloodflow to the area to heal the injury.

It's recommended you use ColdCure® and BFST® (Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™) wraps. Both are high quality medical devices that set the industry standard for injury treatment.

Here's what you need to do:

BFST® Repairs the Tissue

Using advanced technology, Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™ (BFST®) medical devices promote increased circulation, accelerating the healing process to the next level. Blood flow is crucial to fast tissue repair! Use BFST® to heal the tissue after your swelling.

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ColdCure® Treats the Pain

ColdCure® cold packs relieve pain and reduce inflammation after your injury. These wraps can hold the cold longer than other cold wraps using RigiGel® technology which also distributes cold evenly over the injured area. Cold is much safer than ice, which is too cold and can burn skin.

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Certified Medical Devices

ColdCure® and BFST® Plantar Wraps are FDA registered, and are certified safe medical treatments for Plantar Fasciitis. You can rest easy knowing you are using only professional treatment to heal your injury.

The Ultimate Solution

Recovery can be easy if you use the right treatment. Simply follow these steps to get you and your injury on the road to fast recovery.

Step One: Reduce the Swelling

To reduce the inflammation or pain caused by Plantar Fasciitis, use a ColdCure® Plantar Wrap for the best post-injury treatment. Before you can start healing, you need to make sure the swelling is gone. ColdCure® wraps, unlike other gels, hold their shape and spread the cold out evenly over the damaged Plantar. Cold is better than using ice, which burns the skin and is uncomfortable to wear. ColdCure® wraps are stored in the fridge and keep that cold in longer than other wraps, so you can wear it without switching out gels as often.

Step Two: Heal the Tissue

In order to heal quickly, you need to take action to accelerate the healing process. One of the best ways to do this is to improve your circulation. Better blood flow means that your body can deliver oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood to the Plantar Fascia, for the fastest treatment. A Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy™ (BFST®) Plantar Wrap offers the best solution, as it penetrates deep under the skin to the damaged tissue.

REMEMBER: If you are still experiencing swelling, you need to reduce the inflammation before using BFST® to heal the tissue. Using heat or BFST® before the swelling caused by Plantar Fasciitis has gone down will only make your injury worse. Do not combine cold and hot treatments at the same time.


Comfortable High Quality Wraps

Both wraps uphold a high standard of comfort. Each is made of soft, high quality Neoprene and crafted specifically for foot injuries. These devices are shaped with your injury in mind. The ColdCure® gel itself is no ordinary design. It is made to surround the entire injured area, enveloping it with the pain relieving power of RigiGel®. The BFST's® patented Energy Web® is also designed to provide coverage across the whole injury, and improves circulation throughout the area.

These wraps work great for:

For more a more in-depth explanation of the functions of these wraps, we recommend browsing the ColdCure® and BFST® website.

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Forum Content from the Health Care Company King Brand®

Should I do stretches or exercises for Plantar Fasciitis?

A customer asked, "Should I do stretches or exercises for Plantar Fasciitis?"

Re: Should I do stretches or exercises for Plantar Fasciitis?

It is a common misconception that stretching or exercises such as rolling your foot on a frozen water bottle can be beneficial when dealing with plantar fasciitis. In actuality, the plantar fascia is not meant to stretch. Stretching can lead to further tearing, which lengthens your recovery time and can lead to increased pain.

You should wait to do any sort of physical therapy or exercises until your injury has had time to heal. Stretching will not help plantar fasciitis to heal. When your pain has mostly gone away and you're not having flare-ups, that's an indication that you're about 30% healed. At this point, it's ok to start doing some gentle activity. Remember, if you feel any increase in pain or discomfort, that can be a sign that your injury is being aggravated. It's best to not push through the pain - instead, apply cold therapy and rest until your pain decreases.

You can find more information about what to do, and what not to do for plantar fasciitis at the link below.

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