Part 2: The Hidden Cause of Your Plantar Fasciitis
There’s no doubt:
Living with plantar fasciitis can be frustrating as hell.
Despite being an extremely common condition, the exact causes of plantar fasciitis are not understood very well.
And therefore you probably didn’t find a definite and clear solution (Yet…)
The problem is this:
When it comes to the diagnosis of plantar fasciitis, there’s a factor that often missed by modern physicians.
I like to call it: “The hidden cause of plantar fasciitis”
Now before I tell you the missing factor, let me tell you a quick story about how I found it:
When I first tried to find a solution to plantar fasciitis I was overwhelmed by the suggested treatments and recommendations:
First, I come across the common conventional medical solutions, which are:
- Steroids Injections ($300-$900 per 3 shots)
- Shock Wave Therapy ($500 to $1,500 per treatment)
- Surgery (Cost $10,000+)
And a few more like anti-inflammatory drugs, etc.
The big problem I had with these treatments it’s the risk and the costs, which are too high and not guarantee any permanent relief.
So I kept searching.
Then I stumbled upon the “natural” treatments and recommendations like:
- Supportive Shoes
- Home Remedies
- Night Splints
Which seemed to help people to get some relief.
IT WAS TEMPORARY, NOTHING PERMANENT.
After all those treatments and methods, I kept seeing countless desperate stories of people that tried it all and nothing helped.
And even if it helped, their heel pain kept coming back again and again.
So I kept searching…
And then this day arrived:
As a “modern psychology” reader, I stumbled upon a few stories of how people cured severe medical conditions like cancer, by combining the power of their mind with their current treatment:
I even digged a little deeper and found a few books about it:
As they describe it:
By changing the patient’s bad mental habits along with their ongoing treatment they were able to heal their condition completely…
I was fascinated.
Because it was a sign that the cause of some of these conditions was rooted in the patient’s emotional and mental state.
And then a thought popped into my mind:
What if it’s the same case with Plantar Fasciitis?
If someone cured cancer by mixing his ongoing treatment along with a manipulation of his mental state, maybe it can work with heel pain too.
But I was skeptical.
That’s why, with guidance from experts, I started to examine if there’s a connection between the emotional and mental state of a person to his plantar fasciitis.
And when the results came, I was speechless:
There was a great coherence between some emotional and mental states to an actual heel pain!
Now, I’m going to show you HOW you can examine if maybe it’s your case too.