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Peptides for chronic plantar fasciitis?

CurlyTheBull

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I've been suffering from plantar fasciitis in both feet for going on maybe 10 years now. It used to be debilitating, but I have found footwear, toe spacers, and heal cups that make it so I can manage a normal day at work with acceptable levels of pain. What I can't do is run or play sports of any kind for more than a few minutes without extreme pain for several days after. I was thinking of trying out some peptides to see if I can't get to where I can do a bit of running. So far I'm thinking BPC-157 and TB-500 but I'm just starting to scratch the surface of the wide world of peptides and I'm open to anything.

My stats: 75" tall
226 lbs
9% BF
37 YO
My plan

2x daily 300 mcg BPC-157 (3.2 mg/wk)
2x daily 500 mcg TB-500 (7mg/wk)

I'll inject both peptides right into the foot muscle near the worst pain. I plan to try this for 4 weeks straight and see where I'm at.

It appears most guys don't do daily on the TB500, but daily micro dosing feeds my ocd, and I actually like doing injections, it gives the sensation that I am doing something to help solve the issue, if that makes sense.

One question, there is definitely a relationship between the soleus muscle and the plantar fascia (not exactly rocket surgery there) so maybe hitting the soleus muscle as close to the heal as possible (just above the ankle to the rear) is the better location? Plantar fasciitis is essentially an over use injury and it's mostly the soleus doing the over working. I do stretches and massages (which does help) but my soleus is still strung tight like a fiddle.

So how far off am I? I'm only a couple hours into peptide research. Feel free to toss any ideas my way, at this point I'm too noob to even know what I should be looking for. I have read a bit about front loading, but I gotta read more about that first. This is only a preliminary plan at the moment, nothing has been purchased yet, so any and all modifications are on the table.
 

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I've never used the peptides BPC-157 or TB-500 for healing. At one point in my life I battled plantar fasciitis for about 1 year. I tried every at home remedy, stretching, special sock, frozen water bottle and numerous other self-treatments. I finally broke down and went to see a sports medicine physician. They did a ct scan which confirmed plantar fasciitis. I was lucky not to have any bone spurs. They gave me a cortisone shot into my heel. In one week my plantar fasciitis was gone. That was 5 years ago, it never came back and I've been running 30 miles a week. Thats my experience was plantar fasciitis.
 

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Had plantar fasciitis as well but didn't do the peptides instead I took 6-8 grams of omegas split through out the day for cholesterol purposes but it also cured my plantar fasciitis.
 

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I've been suffering from plantar fasciitis in both feet for going on maybe 10 years now. It used to be debilitating, but I have found footwear, toe spacers, and heal cups that make it so I can manage a normal day at work with acceptable levels of pain. What I can't do is run or play sports of any kind for more than a few minutes without extreme pain for several days after. I was thinking of trying out some peptides to see if I can't get to where I can do a bit of running. So far I'm thinking BPC-157 and TB-500 but I'm just starting to scratch the surface of the wide world of peptides and I'm open to anything.

My stats: 75" tall
226 lbs
9% BF
37 YO
My plan

2x daily 300 mcg BPC-157 (3.2 mg/wk)
2x daily 500 mcg TB-500 (7mg/wk)

I'll inject both peptides right into the foot muscle near the worst pain. I plan to try this for 4 weeks straight and see where I'm at.

It appears most guys don't do daily on the TB500, but daily micro dosing feeds my ocd, and I actually like doing injections, it gives the sensation that I am doing something to help solve the issue, if that makes sense.

One question, there is definitely a relationship between the soleus muscle and the plantar fascia (not exactly rocket surgery there) so maybe hitting the soleus muscle as close to the heal as possible (just above the ankle to the rear) is the better location? Plantar fasciitis is essentially an over use injury and it's mostly the soleus doing the over working. I do stretches and massages (which does help) but my soleus is still strung tight like a fiddle.

So how far off am I? I'm only a couple hours into peptide research. Feel free to toss any ideas my way, at this point I'm too noob to even know what I should be looking for. I have read a bit about front loading, but I gotta read more about that first. This is only a preliminary plan at the moment, nothing has been purchased yet, so any and all modifications are on the table.
Try doing this excersise daily, I hold the inner direction curl for three seconds, 10 reps in the morning and 10 at night, I have a heel spur on my right foot and fascitis on the left, just walking was painful, doing this got rid of the pain in both feet.

 

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