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Plantar Fasciitis and Posterior Tibialis Diagnosis and Rehab with Gait Happens

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  • Opublikowany 30 lis 2022

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  • Dale Edwards
    Dale Edwards 3 miesięcy temu +4

    Fantastic, I’ve just learned I have Posterior Tibialis but have been exercising for Plantar Fasciitis so no wonder its not improving!

  • CJGfarm
    CJGfarm Rok temu +5

    This is my exact problem, although I went in thinking it was posterior tibial tendon and my doc thought it was plantar. My pain starts hours after being active.

  • iNNoCeNttDReAMs
    iNNoCeNttDReAMs 2 miesięcy temu +2

    Im so glad i found this video. Ive been learning about plantar fasciits due to having foot issues but I relate more with Posterior Tibialis, which I have never even heard of.

  • Sylvan Strength
    Sylvan Strength 2 lat temu +8

    So I have an issue... My pain started when I started going barefoot more often. And this is coming from someone who has always gone barefoot at least at home. Your description of plantar fasciitis definitely fits.

    • Mark Frederick
      Mark Frederick Rok temu +1

      Same problem here,.....i go barefoot every summer at the cottage.......now i can hardly walk...pain on inside ankle ball....trying tape....arch support ......exercise.......ankle wrap......can`t get used to wearing shoes!

    • Mumpy Gumboo
      Mumpy Gumboo Rok temu +1

      @Sylvan Strength Good luck with those. This vid also shows the same basic exercises (by two physiotherapists):

    • Mumpy Gumboo
      Mumpy Gumboo Rok temu +1

      Again, I find them very very good. Using some of our body weight to really challenge the muscles that support our feet and to stretch out what is super tight. This is all the recipe for alleviating fallen arches. It's not enough just to pick up towels or scrunch them with our toes, i.m.o. We need to build up the muscles that set our legs and feet right. BTW, these exercises feel great, too, like blood is now flowing to parts of my legs which never had this feeling for sooooo long. I carry extra lbs and have worked for years on concrete floors. I urge you to really listen to what the man in the vid says, in terms of the exact way to do these, or if you did like I did and got all excited and tried them with using too much of my body weight it did a bit of harm initially. Good luck and please let me know how it goes.

    • Sylvan Strength
      Sylvan Strength Rok temu +1

      @Mumpy Gumboo Thanks man, will check those out! I actually haven’t used arch support in over a year, but I’m beginning to wonder if perhaps my diet and my weight are playing a part in my current issue

    • Mumpy Gumboo
      Mumpy Gumboo Rok temu +2

      @Sylvan Strength I'm finding these stretches and exercises to be really good. I just started doing them but I already feel so much better for them. The root cause of plantar fasciitis and ankle impingement, etc, I believe is the prevalence of flat feet. We walk on surfaces that are perfectly flat, with arch supports in shoes all the time. A recipe for weak arches and all the muscles that support a proper gate and arch height.

  • queencat59
    queencat59 Rok temu +7

    Thank you for the detailed analysis. It was very helpful and I feel like I had an actual appointment with you.

  • lekkai
    lekkai 2 miesięcy temu +6

    Where can i find a clinic like this? i went to 4 podiatrists and spent the better part of 3 years unsuccessfully treating "plantar fasciitis" they all gave me the same B.S "just wear orthodics" didn't work. after watching this i'm thinking they may have all misdiagnosed me in the first place, definitely going to start doing some of these exercises.

    • Kim Possible
      Kim Possible 19 dni temu

      I did same thing. After many doctors and driving all over to find the right orthotics and the other option is surgery. I found lucky feet $500 later with shoes orthotics and etc it did improve until 3’years later it’s back and nothing is helping it improve. 😢😅😮

  • Ben Horne
    Ben Horne 5 miesięcy temu +1

    I have Patellar Tibial Tendonitis (multiple ankle sprains in the past years, over-training before fully healing, and maybe some postural/structural issues) and may have sustained some serious damage from a PRP injection. Do you think you could answer these questions based on general knowledge?
    1. Is it possible for permanent nerve, tendon, or ligament damage to occur from a PRP injection in or around the tarsal tunnel?
    2. Can BPC-157, TB-500, or HGH injections heal serious nerve damage?
    3. What else can be done besides surgery, traditional PT, and RICE recommendations? I’m trying everything to get this back in shape because it could honestly be a life altering injury, given my career and dreams.

  • David
    David 3 miesięcy temu

    this is the best and most scientific explanation about this that I found!!! I have an inflamed PTT. It started from running 18 months ago. I have tried everything from barefoot shoes, orthotics, etc.. I have a hollow foot (no flat feet) and the pain is not that bad but since im studying sport science I need full function and for daily sports activities. I have slight supination and now pronation. Do you think following reasons could be the case: 1) weak hips and limited dorsi mobility lead to pronation which is only noticeable while high impact activities? 2) my arch although hollow feet is still weak and is collapsing while high impact activities? I would appreciate your opinion a lot!!

  • Sreepriya Vijayan
    Sreepriya Vijayan Rok temu +2

    Great explanation! Thankyou Doctor.

  • faarismusfirah
    faarismusfirah 8 miesięcy temu +2

    Awesome explanation - I think I have both

  • CB Gonzalez
    CB Gonzalez 3 miesięcy temu +1

    Oh, my. I have both. Thank you for your explanation

    • MJ
      MJ 2 miesięcy temu

      Oh my goodness I’ve been seeing a great podiatrist for these very problems but I’m still having problems trying to find what slippers and insoles are whatever to get and also what type of shoes are best to buy for everyday wear but I need both because my problems were definitely caused by old sports injuries but mostly walking barefoot so if anyone has ideas PLEASE lemme know!!

  • Hue Chau
    Hue Chau 10 dni temu

    Excellent, I have both issues and currently seeing orthopedic doctor for treatment. I know tibial cause mechanical but makes me wonder whether being veteran road cyclist may have attributed to my posterior tibial tendinitis, any thoughts? Could cleat adjustment have anything to do with my condition… I am currently in CAM boot right foot but now feel stressing out left due to imbalance posture one foot elevated more than other with boot on.

  • yoshiakemiinu
    yoshiakemiinu 25 dni temu

    Can you have both? My symptoms sound a lot like both on my right foot. I’m going on to a year struggling and no diagnosis. Before I couldn’t bear weight and do calf raises at all until recently, but it hurts and still feels weak. I still can’t fully put the amount of weight I used to, so, my left foot is still taking up most of my body weight. Physical therapy obviously is helping but I wonder why I still see swelling and have pain/weakness. My skin turns slightly red too. It’s all weird because I have never injured my ankle. It just happened shortly after I got the booster (Moderna) last year. I would also feel tingling and numbness and my foot felt like it was on fire or at times icy cold. Sometimes a combination of both which is extremely uncomfortable.

  • anthony scott
    anthony scott 2 miesięcy temu +2

    Well, this was excellent and thorough

  • luv2travel2000
    luv2travel2000 2 miesięcy temu +3

    7:38 plantar fasciitis tx
    9:30 posterior tibial tendonitis tx

  • Twodogz Dogue
    Twodogz Dogue 2 miesięcy temu +1

    I wish i could find someone with your experience around the northern Rivers area of NSW or the Gold Coast area of Queensland Australia.
    Thankyou for your informative video.

  • julius ce IIX
    julius ce IIX Rok temu +2

    Thank you very much..very detailed ,

  • Allyson Vollmer
    Allyson Vollmer Miesiąc temu

    love this. now to get people to do their home care!!!

  • brodygoalie
    brodygoalie 4 miesięcy temu

    Any vids concerning facet joints? I have a jammed facet joints L4 L5 area. I get cortisone shots just about every 18 to 24 months to calm down the inflammation. What else can be done? I very little cushion Left in this area. Thank you!

    • JoanKSX
      JoanKSX 2 miesięcy temu

      I'm not sure but I heard story about Dr. Brooke Goldner, who is having Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), a type of severe autoimmune disease. She just met her boyfriend (now he is her husband) and tried what her boyfriend ate and then her SLE somehow so oddly subsided itself. Since then she just stay with her new diet and ditch the old American classic diet and her SLE doctors couldn't believe that SLE is still remarkably in remission and has been a history for her

  • Rock N Rye
    Rock N Rye Rok temu

    I've been dealing with severe pain for over 13 years now. Im going to try these and see what happens. Note: Ive been an Aggressive Inline Skater for 14yrs and maybe thats the cause of this.

  • Karin Parna
    Karin Parna Rok temu +6

    What do you do if you're diagnosed with both, like I have. Have also had a partially torn posterior tendon previously and a broken ankle. Any recommendations please.

    • Eduardo H
      Eduardo H 4 miesięcy temu +1

      Are you better now?

  • Music O
    Music O 3 miesięcy temu

    I have heel pain for years when standing barefooted.My doctor said it's heel spur and I need to have an operation to get better. Is heel spur related to the content of this video?

    • luv2travel2000
      luv2travel2000 2 miesięcy temu

      Maybe get a second opinion. You could also ask a chiropractor who specializes in adjusting feet (where I live I only know of one chiro who adjusts feet!) or a physiotherapist who also has experience dealing with foot problems.
      Today I found a good video on foot pain solutions. If you are interested, I'll send you the title.

  • Rockafella Lim
    Rockafella Lim 4 miesięcy temu

    I have developed both after a bunionectomy.. I'm in a worse place than I was before the surgery cos of the planta fascitis and posterior tibial tendonitis:( help!!

  • C Giro
    C Giro 3 miesięcy temu

    Posterior tendonitis is my problem, so what is the treatment?

  • B Jacob
    B Jacob 3 miesięcy temu

    I don’t have pain but feel like the bottom of my feet are tight when trying to stretch. Is that normal?

  • NerdilyDone
    NerdilyDone Rok temu +6

    9:32 for PT treatments.

  • Ixma 13
    Ixma 13 Rok temu

    Buen video

  • podakayne
    podakayne 3 miesięcy temu

    loved your thoroughness on the differences between plantar fasciitis and PTTD...of which i believe i've had both. i am now experiencing more symptoms of PTTD (burning pain inside ankle) i wish you had shown how to do heel raises for PTTD as i find on one foot i am unable to do a calf raise, the other foot does not go as high as it use to either. i will listen again for that discription--ball under heel? i am not a runner just retired woman in her 60s.

    • Kirsty Leigh
      Kirsty Leigh 3 miesięcy temu +2

      I've seen that exercise on other videos before, you place a small ball between both heels and you push into it to hold onto it as you rise up. Look for a video before trying it to avoid any further damage.

  • brodygoalie
    brodygoalie 4 miesięcy temu

    Is this physical therapy or chripractor work?

  • Paul Bosch
    Paul Bosch 4 miesięcy temu


  • Barish Tugrul
    Barish Tugrul 2 lat temu +2

    Am I the only one who sees this video and thinks that Dr. Conley is so charismatic?

  • Peter Corpus
    Peter Corpus 3 miesięcy temu +1

    Can I get an injection??? Lord , it’s Painful

  • emily metz
    emily metz 2 miesięcy temu


  • trini_ Ray
    trini_ Ray Rok temu +1

    ... who do I see for a problem like this

    • trini_ Ray
      trini_ Ray Rok temu

      @tizben ...thank u

    • tizben
      tizben Rok temu +1

      podiatrist, or an orthopedic doc/surgeon that specializes in the foot.

    DAVE WICKMAN 3 miesięcy temu +1

    Im sorry but do you think your talking to the general population or a Doctor?

  • C Giro
    C Giro 3 miesięcy temu +1

    A bit complicated terms

  • AJ Walid
    AJ Walid 7 miesięcy temu +1

    Hi Dear! I have pain where at 4:40 you have your thumb and on my greater trochanter what type is this please ?

    • Bill Reddy
      Bill Reddy 5 miesięcy temu

      If you had a slow onset of pain proximal to your big toe and you're over 50, it could be osteoarthritis. If it was more of a sudden onset, you may have gout.

  • John Wood
    John Wood 4 miesięcy temu

    You are one extremely knowledgeable doctor on this subject. Regardless of your knowledge, you are drop dead geourgeous!!! How come I never meet someone like you?

  • Mike Riley
    Mike Riley 3 miesięcy temu

    The band round the ankles, did I miss something? Didn't explain anything. Useless video.