“we can be reasonably certain that a condition which has so many different theories of etiology and treatment does not have valid proof of any one cause”

Who we are

So whats in the treatment guide? Here’s an introduction

My name is Chris Dukarski, PT from CureYourselfNow. I have spent 23 years refining my skills, analyzing my successes and failures and have come to realize that there is NOT a simple solution for foot pain or plantar fasciitis. It truly is a multifaceted problem. I have specialized in biomechanics (the study of body movement) for over 2 decades! I established both my physical therapy clinic called OrthoWell Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy and my custom foot orthotic fabrication business called WalkWell Foot Orthotics because I KNEW that there was a better way!

I have been convinced that you need to take a multifaceted approach to the treatment of foot pain. It has been stated in the literature about plantar fasciitis that “ we can be reasonably certain that a condition which has so many different theories of etiology and treatment does not have valid proof of any one cause”.

For this reason, I have developed a protocol that treats EVERY aspect of your foot pain! You need to understand that there has been NO definitive treatment protocol for plantar fasciitis. Until NOW! My protocol provides a comprehensive approach to the SELF treatment of plantar fasciitis. A do-it-yourself plan that will empower you & Cure Yourself Now!

Here is an excerpt from our Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Guide:


Plantar fasciitis is defined as an inflammation of the plantar fascia.

-itis = inflammation

The big question is whether inflammation actually causes the pain of chronic plantar fasciitis. We will talk much more about this later in the treatment guide.


Your plantar fascia is a tough sheath of connective tissue on the bottom or “plantar” aspect of your foot. It is comprised of three bands-a medial, a central and a lateral band. The middle or central band of the plantar fascia is the most affected. It originates on the inside of your heel and then courses as 5 strips that insert into each toe. As you bend the ball of your foot during the push-off phase of walking, you actually “tension” or “stretch” the fascia. The average person takes 8000 to 10,000 steps every day! That’s a lot of tension right?


High arches
Flat feet
Stiff muscles
Unsupportive shoes
Standing occupation
Excessive weight
Or a combination of these things?



All of these factors can cause microscopic tears in the plantar fascia. The two problems that have been identified via clinical studies to be consistent precursors of plantar fasciitis are obesity and having a standing occupation. Researchers found that having a BMI or body mass index over 30 puts you at the greatest risk of developing plantar fasciitis.

On the other hand, there is NO definitive correlation between people with flat or high arched feet and plantar fasciitis.

Micro-trauma usually happens slowly over time. The damage occurs at the origin of the fascia along the inside of the heel. This is the most typical location of pain that defines plantar fasciitis. Daily “wear and tear” and “pushing through the pain” contribute to this cumulative trauma and initially cause an inflammatory reaction and pain. Over time, your body forms scar tissue to repair the damaged fascia. The normal thickness of the plantar fascia near the inside of your heel bone is around 3 mm. However, with chronic plantar fasciitis, the thickness at this region can double to 5–6 mm. In a lot of cases, this scar tissue becomes an “anchor” or a “weakened link” in the chain. This scar tissue can alter the mechanics of the plantar fascia and produce chronic pain if left untreated.

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