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I am Cathy Ninio and am a Sydney Podiatrist who has just joined the Podiatry Arena to hopefully avail myself of new and up to date info of all things Podiatric. I work as a general Podiatrist in my own practice and cover all podiatric areas with exception of major surgery but do ingrown toenail surgery quite routinely.
I am interested if there are any new methods for treating plantar fasciitis other than heel raises, stretches, ice/heat therapy, orthotics and excerise modification. I don't use night splints or boots so anything else that has help others I would be interested in.