Get Back on Your Feet and Feel Better Tomorrow Morning!
The Definitive Manual for Plantar Fasciitis Treatment
The Plantar Fasciitis Plan combines Dr. Colin Dombroski’s clinical experience with the best current plantar fasciitis research available.
With this informative guide, Dr. Dombroski has provided the only patient-focused manual for plantar fasciitis management, treatment, and prevention. This is your organized, easy-to-follow, and cost-effective guide to pain-free feet.
Today, most people feel clueless about their plantar fasciitis treatment. There are too many options for treatment and too many conflicting opinions. For the patient who just wants the foot pain to stop, it’s an endless search for help that leaves you feeling powerless.
Our goal is to make YOU an informed and powerful consumer who fully understands your options for dealing with heel pain, each step of the way.
LEARN THE SECRET TO MANAGING PAIN
This is the hallmark of the book. Our simple 4-step R.E.S.T. protocol gives you the tools you need to reduce your foot pain.
STAY ACTIVE WHILE YOU HEAL
We show you how to modify your activity levels so you can stay healthy, active, and vibrant while you heal your heel.
Waiting in vain and hoping it will get better will only prolong your pain and aggravate your condition. The sooner you begin treatment, the better your chances of completely eliminating your heel pain and returning to your pain-free life.
Overview of Get Back on Your Feet
This guide is the culmination of Dr. Dombroski’s clinical experience, the best current research available, and the feedback of patients who have found relief with his methods. This is the most comprehensive patient guide to managing, treating and preventing PF available.
Your quick start guide to healing! Learn our 4-step protocol to Reducing morning pain, Evaluating your current activity, picking the right Shoes, and Trying other solutions that might work for you.
Choosing the right orthotic is like navigating the Wild West. You’ll learn the difference between off-the-shelf and custom-made orthotics, and you’ll learn how to evaluate which options are right for you and your one-of-a-kind feet.
If Phase 1 and 2 don’t do enough to relieve your pain, we’ll cover the pros and cons of cortisone injections, the details about shockwave therapy and how it works, and the latest surgical options for treating PF.
If you’ve had PF once, you’re at risk to experience it again. The key to prevention is to maintain healthy, strong feet. We’ll teach you the foot-strengthening stretches and exercises and the tips and tricks you need to keep your plantar fasciitis at bay.
A great resource. I have referred innumerable, difficult to treat patients to Colin with lasting success. This book reinforces why I continue to do so. His stepwise and measured approach is easy to understand and based on solid principles.
Louise Karch, MEd, AMC, CMP
Buy this book and get your life back! I am pain free because of Colin’s wisdom.principles.
Brenda De Pauw, BA
Great Book. His book is easy to read and apply to your life to regain your health and enjoy the activities you love to do.
Dr. Dombroski is passionate about getting his patients back to the activities they love. Having suffered from plantar fasciitis, he understands the treatment process first-hand. He has experienced the pain and frustration that comes along with treating plantar fasciitis, and has made a career out of helping people live without foot pain.
With over 6,000 cases of plantar fasciitis managed over his 14-year career, Dr. Dombroski has a unique perspective as both a clinician and researcher. He is Canada’s only Canadian Certified Pedorthist with a PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Science. With a focus on evidence-based practices, his research interests include basic orthotic science, manufacturing techniques, and leg length discrepancy. Dr. Dombroski acts as the Chair of the SoleScience Foot and Lower Extremity Symposium and is a Clinical and Lab placement instructor in the Diploma of Pedorthics Program at the University of Western Ontario.
Dr. Colin Dombroski,
PhD Canadian Certified Pedorthist
Ian Alexander, MD is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon at Cleveland Clinic practicing primarily at Medina Hospital, part of the Cleveland Clinic Health System. Ian trained in Orthopaedic surgery in Canada at the University of Western Ontario and did his fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. In 1993, he was awarded the Humana Award for outstanding research by the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society and from 2010 through 2012 served on that organization’s board of directors. Ian has extensive experience speaking nationally in the US and internationally. His interest in information technology led to his starting a software company in the mid-1990s and he is currently involved in the formation of an international foot and ankle data center for the analysis of outcomes of foot and ankle therapeutic interventions. Most recently Ian was at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio where he was Professor and Vice Chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Chief of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He has been a member of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic since September of 2012. His current practice consists primarily of complex hindfoot and ankle reconstructive surgery and the salvage of failed foot and ankle surgeries.
Dr. Tatiana Jevremovic, MD
Dr. Jevremovic is OMA Executive Chair. Dr. Jevremovic completed her training in Family Medicine at McGill University, followed by a 3rd year in ER, and a 4th year in Sport and Exercise medicine. She is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Family Medicine at Western. She works at the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic as well as the Bradley Urgent Care in London, ON. She has been the Chief Medical Officer for Rugby Canada’s Women’s program and is the current Skate Canada Domestic Chief Medical Advisor. She has been to Canada Games, Francophonie Games as CMO, FISU games, Pan Am Games, and Olympics in Vancouver. She has been Chief Medical Officer for World Lacrosse Championship, London, ON, as well as the World Figure Skating Championships in London in March 2013. She has recently been elected to the Board of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine member at large.
Greg Alcock, MSc(PT), BA Hons(PE), FCAMPT
Greg is Clinical and Research Coordinator, and a senior physiotherapist in the Physiotherapy Department at Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual Physical Therapists (FCAMPT) and has served various positions on the Executive for the National Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Greg is also an adjunct clinical professor and lecturer in the School of Kinesiology and School of Physical Therapy at Western University; an instructor and mentor in the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Orthopedic level system; and a clinical instructor in Western’s MClSc program.
April Crake, BSc, (KIN) CSCS
Scott Mathews, BA
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