Mine too. The big factor in mine is always wearing some kind of supportive shoe in the house. No barefoot.
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No barefoot ever!! (According to my podiatrist.)
Yeah, I was directed to wear Berks or similar around the house and that all my shoes needed inserts at the very least. Cleared up my knee issues pretty quickly (my caps were sliding slightly outward, and it caused a lot of pain).
Yeah, I don't have problems with my feet, but if I walk barefoot in the house my knees punish me. Also, in the future I will never have tile floors again. They are brutal compared to wood.
I've found that, in addition to exercises, etc., massaging my feet helps - I use my thumbs to press on the bottom of my foot under the arch, rubbing along that muscle. It seems to help it loosen up a bit.
Brendon is more brutal with his, actually pounding the heel, which he claims helps.
I'm still sore, but turns out I am one of the people who can sleep through the night with the splint on, and I'm back to being able to put weight on it when I get out of bed in the morning.
Since this IS Bitches, it seemed appropriate to repeat this news with comment I spotted:
Bridgerton heartthrob Rege-Jean Page has been case in the life-action DUNGEONS & DRAGONS movie alongside Chris Pine
I clearly will not be watching this film for the plot
I had plantar fascitis in 2019 and this little nubbly ball was the best thing. I kept it in the freezer between uses. If you can borrow a Theragun from someone I bet that would help also.
I'm torn in three directions about the D&D movie: 1) nothing made under that label has ever been good, 2) the cast is pretty enough to watch it anyway, and 3) dammit I've had a script for a D&D movie in draft for years. I shall file it with my Wonder Woman script.
Because of my CIDP, I have 2 sets of braces. The ankle braces for daytime wear are NOT designed for walking without a shoe. As I learned in a painful way sometime around the third day of wear. Luckily, there’s a cat tree about 3 steps from the couch.
Then there are the night braces (technically, “resting braces”), which are more or less boots with straps across the front. The straps are supposed to be set as tight as I can stand. About once a week, a strap (usually one that goes across the top of the foot) becomes so painful in the middle of the night that I remove the brace.