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Official Review: Real Help For Plantar Fasciitis

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[Following is an official review of "Real Help For Plantar Fasciitis" by Peter Moncado.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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All over the world, people have suffered from intense foot pains which might have arisen from different circumstances without knowing the implication of such pain. Some may decide to visit the hospital, but oftentimes than not, they are given temporary reliefs without identifying and solving the cause of such an issue. Consequently, these patients end up being sad or even depressed about their lives, especially when their leg is needed to advance their career, as in the case of athletes, or because it limits or halts their personal goals. Dr Peter Moncado, DC, in Real Help For Plantar Fasciitis, sought to provide the possible meaning of such pain (Plantar Fasciitis) and practical information about such disease.

The information revealed about the disease was analyzed in detail. Some of them include its components, symptoms, causes, effects, and treatments. Furthermore, normal and abnormal kinds of foot were revealed. Do well to read this book to know whether you have to visit a chiropractor depending on the kind of foot you have.

The good thing about this book is that the author does not rule out the necessity of seeking the services of a certified medical practitioner, but it gives one the privilege of having a reasonable level of knowledge firsthand on the issue, thereby making such patient know what to expect, and ask relevant questions upon the event of meeting a chiropractor.

With Dr Peter's several years of experience as a chiropractor, it is hard not to regard the information present in this book as tested and trusted. In fact, the author wrote about his experiences with certain patients who had been getting temporary reliefs and how long it took them to get a permanent solution to their ailment.

There’s a heading titled “Things We Do to Initiate Plantar Fasciitis.” Although the author explained further the meaning of this heading in the first paragraph, I did not find such a heading all-encompassing, and it may be a tad misleading. This is so because the contents underneath don’t completely reflect the meaning of the heading, as there are some things listed there that individuals don’t intentionally do, but it just happens to them. An appropriate heading could be “What initiates Plantar Fasciitis.” It is important that I reveal whatever grouse I have about this book. However, I don’t believe the foregoing is enough to remove a whopping one star.

I didn't come across any error, and as such, this book was professionally edited. Considering that this book was concise yet rich with information and because reading into just a few pages of this book made me conscious of how I treat my feet, I’m convinced that this book deserves a rating of four out of four stars.

Individuals suffering from Plantar Fasciitis or who frequently experience any form of pain in their foot or feet or anyone related to people in the foregoing category will find this book helpful and educating. Therefore, I recommend it to them.

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Everybody who has feet will definitely find this book very helpful because almost every profession requires an effective use of the feet. Athletes run, doctors stand in the operation room, lawyers stand to make arguments. So yeah, everybody needs to read this book.

Great review.
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So it talks about feet and problems related to it. It is something which we don't think about many times, it will be helpful to learn about it.
Thanks for the Good review!
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It is really refreshing seeing a book that talks about foot pain and having someone genuinely interested in talking about a solution. Great review.
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Post by teacherjh »

As someone who has suffered this pain, the book sounds like a good resource.
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This will be quite a relief for people struggling with this and too many doctors visits or even not being able to afford the visits. Thanks for much for the great review!
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Post by Lost1993 »

Plantar fasciitis is very often neglected by people, initially they don’t consider as a condition which requires medical help. They assume that the pain will go away on its own but as the days go by it starts creating problems. This book has very well incorporated those problems which are often neglected by people. It gives a good insight into the real process how a small pain can cause big troubles later on.
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Post by Mwatu »

This is an interesting take on health that I haven't come across just yet, feet. Sounds like an interesting and educational read. Makes me wonder just how much about my body and any pains I experience I am oblivious to. Thank you for a lovely review!
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Post by markodim721 »

I like the book because the author definitely knows what he is writing about. Nothing is more beautiful than a book on a solid scientific basis.
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Post by Hhannahh »

Persistent pain in any part of the body can drive anyone insane (been there, done that). I appreciate a book like this very much. Thank you for this insightful review, minii.
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