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Management of plantar heel pain: a best practice guide

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 30, 2021.

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    Management of plantar heel pain: a best practice guide informed by a systematic review, expert clinical reasoning and patient values
    Dylan Morrissey et al
    British Journal of Sports Medicine Published Online First: 30 March 2021.
     
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    Loading program/"rehab" did not make the cut!
     
  3. scotfoot

    scotfoot Well-Known Member

    "Loading program/"rehab" did not make the cut!"

    Hi Craig
    As far as I can make out, rehab of any strength deficits that might be caused by PHP /plantar fasciitis ,was not considered by the authors at all .
    Happy to be corrected if I am wrong .
     
  4. scotfoot

    scotfoot Well-Known Member

    I get that they are saying that there was no level 1 evidence that rehab reduced pain .

    What I am still not clear on however ,is, did the clinicians/researchers consider evidence around whether strength deficits were generally associated with PHP, and, if so, did they concluded if there was sufficient evidence to strongly link chronic PHP with intrinsic muscle weakness atrophy or not .
     
    Last edited: May 21, 2021
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