Manual Therapy and Plantar Fasciitis

Does it improve pain and function in patients with Plantar Fasciitis?

Manual therapy (MT) as part of the overall treatment of Plantar Fasciitis (PF) is on the rise, due to an increasing number of reliable studies showing its treatment efficacy.

In this systematic review, RCTs were included if they used a form of MT in the experimental group, and MT was the focal independent variable of the study design.


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