Different treatments make a HUGE difference in the success of treating plantar fascitis, yet, most advice out there has 1 GIGANTIC FLAW!
These terms are similar and at times overlap but they are not the same thing
The problem however is – it’s also sabotaging your ability to get better
Look, No one has time to waste a month on HOPE and more than likely shin splints come right back when you start up again anyway.
There are probably 20 different versions of sciatica. If your sciatic nerve is being irritated, due to muscles too tight, too elongated, a direct impact, SI joints, hip joints, low back issues, or leg imbalance, regardless of what is causing it, it’s still called sciatica.
If I could only fix one thing for results in performance and pain, I’d choose the hip. It’s the #1 engine of the body and it’s truly that important.
Here’s why most likely that advice is WRONG and subsequently why, YOU ARE DOING THE WRONG rehab.