Ok, so after 3 weeks of pain in my medial plantar nerve, which kept me from running, I decided to try to go rollerblading today. The pain was horrible as soon as I took off the rollerblades, and I was starting to get depressed. Five mins ago, I did what you're demonstrating, and it's already feeling better!! I hope this exercise keeps the pain and tingling at bay. Thank you so much!
Stumbled upon this video tonight after dealing with some odd foot pain. I was perfectly asleep when a sharp pain was generated in my foot in the Baxter nerve area. I thought it was quite strange as it literally hurt worse for 2-3 seconds than when I've had kidney stones. Then the pain disappears but my ankle and foot would be left feeling odd (numb, slight tingle, tight, etc).
Every 20-30 min it would come back and I could not sleep to save my life (already dealing with the flu so sleep was definitely needed). I got so ticked off with it that I started scouring the internet and YouTube. I found it odd considering I've never had any ankle or foot injuries and have not "tweaked" anything lately.
That's when I came upon your video and so far it's seeming to help. I'm a little worried to try falling asleep again in fear of being awaken by such a God awful pain (like a knife being jabbed and twisted just forward of my left heel) but for 1.5 hours now I've been pain free after doing about 20-30 minutes of massaging.
I've had these pains for more than 6 months and there were times where the pain would get so bad that it would make me cry my eyes out. This video helped me out so much and i can see that every time i try this out, the pain stops for a longer period of time. Thank you so much.
INTERESTING i have foot problems 11yrs, 5yrs podiatry Fiona stanley hospital (Perth, Western australia) with orthotics. NO RESULT, MRI at sir charles gardner- refuse to treat properly with surgery. diagnosed at St John of God Hospital(private health) by surgeon who specialises in baxsters nerve entrapment, cortisone injections administered last year 2018 with definitive result of baxsters. two days short relief then pain come back. Cortisone yields a definitive result with baxsters or plantar fascitis. plantar pain remains,NO RELIEF. BAXSTERS YOU WILL GET SHORT RELIEF 2 DAYS THEN PAIN RETURNS. MOST CASES RETURNS WORSE AND DIRECTS THE PAIN TO THE HEEL WHERE THE NERVE IS LOCATED. When walking you can feel the pressure pushing on the nerve in your heel, under the foot.
Thank you very much for the video you saved me. I had trap nerve between my ankle and foot arch with a throbbing like a pulse Sensation. This technique help for me to stop it so to have a good night sleep. Thanks