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Subject: Gastrocnemius Recession for Plantar Fasciitis
Wondering if anyone here has had this surgery for Plantar F. All the data I read seems like it makes good sense. My pf is doing very well right now, but I do still get those warning shots every now and then, or when Im standing around or pushing pulling something heavy so Im just getting a idea of options should they be needed later down the road.


2013-06-27 12:43 PM
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