Watch this expert's trick to cure the pain of feet and heels

 
Related

5 key reasons why parenting is in crisis right now

About everything
272 points

This mix will prevent strokes, heart attacks and much more!

About everything
302 points



Most recent

7 ways to keep your liver healthy

Health at home
24 points

Here s why you should stop skipping breakfast every morning

Health at home
26 points

Argentina vs Iceland: Goalkeeper Halldorsson reveals secret behind saving Messi s penalty

About everything
50 points

FIFA World Cup 2018: Hosts Russia thrash Saudi Arabia 5-0

About everything
38 points

Diabetics should avoid certain fruits

Health at home
22 points

World Cup: Uruguay edges Egypt 1-0 in group stage match

You have to know
36 points

FIFA World Cup: Top 5 Youngsters To Watch Out For

About everything
40 points

World Cup: Croatia sends striker home after he refused to play as sub

You have to know
28 points

Ronaldo's hat-trick helps Portugal to draw World Cup group stage match vs Spain

You have to know
32 points

Local women should not sleep with Russian World Cup 2018 guests warns experts

About everything
40 points
SHARE
TWEET
Having pain in your feet can be very frustrating, especially if you have an active job where you need to stand and walk a lot.



If you suffer from chronic pain in one or both your feet, it may be due to heel spurs. It may sound scary, but don't worry, heel spurs and inflammations in the bottom of the foot are both harmless and treatable.

Dr. Donald DeFabio explains how simple it is to treat plantar fasciitis.

Heel spurs can cause severe pain and be very difficult for those suffering from it, sometimes taking up to a year before it heals by itself.

It can affect anyone but typically hits active people such as athletes, as well as heel wearers.

The pain can be very intense - some describe it as someone cutting into their foot with a knife.

It's often worse in the morning or after you've been sitting for a long time. The pain is caused by calcium deposit causing a bony protrusion on the underside of the heel bone.

Dr. DeFabio presents a technique to help solve the problem easily.

The goal, he says, is to reduce inflammation.

Take a look at the video as Dr. DeFabio shows how with just a few materials and little help, you can treat your own feet from home.

Fuente: en.newsner.com
SHARE
TWEET
To comment you must log in with your account or sign up!
Featured content