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... d to wear the Nike type pool shoes with the nubs on it. But then they got cheap and the nubs would fall off all over the house. So now I have pool shoes made by Birkenstock or Birkis. They have good arch support and are some type of waterproof material. ... (10 replies)
... I, too, suffered with Plantar Fascitis. I finally bought a pair of Birkenstock Arizona sandals and wear them faithfully. The problem went away. I haven't suffered with it in a long long time. ... (14 replies)
... I went to my doctor several months ago for foot pain and was diagnosed with plantar fasciitis. He taped me up several times over the next few weeks, I changed to Birkenstock shoes and then I got a cortisone shot. I thought I was better but the symptoms are coming back. The cortisone shot lasted for several weeks. ... (5 replies)

... Hello, I have had plantar fasciitis in my left foot for over 1 1/2 years now. I have had 3 cortisone shots, my Dr. said that it was such a small amount it was not harmful, but I could have no more of them as it causes scarring along the Plantar... I have done all the excersizes, worn the nite brace, rolled cold cans along my the bottom of my foot etc.. etc.. I am on... (2 replies)
Plantar fascitis
Apr 16, 2006
... I swear by Birkenstock sandals...the Arizonas..... ... (7 replies)
... Wow Mary Ann 7 months! That DOES sound encouraging. And wearing dress shoes !!!! It seems like forever since I have wore anything but tennis shoes or Birkenstock shoes!!! ... (5 replies)
... d try Birkenstock. I have spent thousands of dollars on shoes for PF.A nurse that had worked in the ER for 20 yrs that had PF told me about these and I went to a Birkenstock store and tried on a pair of clogs and got instant relief. I have 4 pairs and that is all I wear. ... (0 replies)
... inserts or orthotics. New Balance is one of the best shoes for this problem, and you can also use birkenstock sandles. Good luck, it will get better with time if you take it easy on your feet. ... (17 replies)
... new doctor said that most cases of PF should go away within 8 months, without fancy orthotics and shots etc. So DEFINITELY continue to treat conservatively! And Birkenstock sandals, for some reason, are really good for PF.... wish I had all this info three years ago, I prob. wouldn't have chronic pain now... ... (8 replies)
... I have what I believe to be plantar fascitis. I've begun doing the recommended stretching excercises which have my surprise. ... (7 replies)
... The feeling of crushed glass or sharp rocks sounds like it could possibly be Plantar Fascitis. Has your doctor or PT said anything about that? ... (9 replies)
Bursitis in Foot
Apr 3, 2014
... Please do me a favor and get rid of those Birkenstock shoes because they, generally, are very, very stiff and stiffness will bring you more problems. Look up Sketcher's Shoes. ... (6 replies)
Bursitis in Foot
Apr 3, 2014
... an form when you have surgery. She has been pulling and stretching the the areas and it feels better when she does. The only shoe that feels good to wear are my birkenstock house slippers and birkenstock sandals. I also have plantar fasciitis and had it for over 12 to 15 years. I just want the fluid in joints to go away. ... (6 replies)
... I had plantar fasciitis for years before the PTTD developed. My feet hurt to walk bare foot or even stand in the shower. I've worn "pool shoes" for years while showering. ... (17 replies)
... foot, not even in the shower, but have birkenstock pool shoes that I wear while taking a shower that have a good arch and heel support. ... (9 replies)
... eks are passing by and we are healing. It is just soooooooo slow! Had my 8 week post op today and Dr thought my foot looked good. He said I could start wearing a Birkenstock on the foot when I am home but switch to the running shoe every so often. For safety, I will stick with the running shoe when I am out of the house. ... (149 replies)
May 18, 2006
... Have heard a few good reports on birkenstock arizona's for walking indoors, but are these good for people that have plantar fasciitis? ... (6 replies)
... Contrary to popular belief, stretching an already damaged Plantar Fascia will only make matters worse for yourself. ... (46 replies)
... align to their natural state known as "Neutral Position" such as you would be in barefoot and this in turn has taken some pressure off the Plantar Fascia. One can never be in "Neutral Position" when one is wearing any kind of shoes. This is why Custom Arch Supports were invented in the late 1800's. ... (5 replies)
... First to <thelittleprincess>: glad you are doing so well. I, too, was afraid to put weight on my operated foot--just knew I was going to have a "knife-like" pain shooting up my leg but didn't experience any of that. My podiatrist put in a "build up" piece of foam about 1/2" thick in my postop shoe on my 1 week postop visit but cut out the part that would be underneath my... (114 replies)

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