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General Discussion / Re: Bottom of foot pain but mainly under the heels
« on: September 21, 2022, 03:11:34 PM »
Hi Bethesource,

We typically recommend using the BFST on bare skin, with about two fingers space between the wrap and your skin.

As for exercises or stretches, I don't have any specific stretches to recommend, but I do advise paying close attention to any pain signals your body may send you during exercises or stretching. Certain exercises or stretches can actually aggravate your injury further, so if you do an activity that causes pain or discomfort, I suggest listening to the pain and doing it less or not doing it at all.

I am not familiar with Xeroshoes, but after seeing their website, their shoes sound like they promote a healthier, more natural way of walking, so if those work for you - awesome!

I can tell you've definitely done your research and that you're very motivated to heal. Consistent use of the BFST will help to heal soft tissue injuries, so you are on the right track! :)

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General Discussion / Re: Bottom of foot pain but mainly under the heels
« on: September 21, 2022, 01:15:34 PM »
Hi Bethesource,

Welcome to the forum! I'm a treatment advisor with King Brand, and can answer any questions you may have. When it comes to plantar fasciitis, we have a couple of products that are highly effective at reducing pain on the bottom of the foot and the heel.

The Foot ColdCure Wrap is effective at reducing pain, swelling, and inflammation, and is used as an "as needed" treatment. Here's a link to that product. https://shop.kingbrand.com/product_info.php?tid=3013b5510b81112e129b396323f40077&xc=04bba1b70f8cdf1f2cc059419fc17e7323aecb70&xcu=1&products_id=200

The Plantar BFST Wrap is an electrical device that plugs into the wall, and produces electromagnetic energy to subdermally heal soft tissue injuries such as plantar fasciitis. It's intended to be used 3-4 times daily and treatments last 20 minutes. Here's a link to that product as well. https://shop.kingbrand.com/product_info.php?tid=3013b5510b81112e129b396323f40077&xc=04bba1b70f8cdf1f2cc059419fc17e7323aecb70&xcu=1&products_id=206

Please note that when you click on the product, you will be able to see a treatment zone showing in yellow the effective treatment area.

I hope this helps!

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General Discussion / Re: Any product reviews for hip labrum repair products?
« on: September 09, 2022, 03:56:23 PM »
Hi Julix,

I'm sorry to hear you may be dealing with a labrum tear. I'm a treatment advisor with King Brand, and below is some information that may be useful. The BFST is able to heal partial tears and often prevents the need for surgery.

Please see our testimonials, found here: https://www.kingbrand.com/Testimonials.php?filter=Back#more

These testimonials are objective and taken directly from our phone calls. You can sort by body part to see testimonials from people who have experienced pain in the same area as you.

Additionally, here is some more detailed information about how the BFST helps to accelerate your body's healing process. https://www.kingbrand.com/Healing-Home.php

If you'd like to discuss this further, you can always reply here, or send us an email: service@kingbrand.com. We are also available by phone at 1-844-400-2525.

I hope this helps and I hope you feel better soon!

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