The Anonymous Widower

Fasciitis In My Foot

I have got fasciitis in my right foot. It has nothing to do with my current conditions, as I have had it at odd times over my lifetime.

The last time was probably about twelve or fifteen years ago and it was a lot worse than my current bout.

A chiropodist and my doctor have both recommended rolling a cold drinks can with my foot.

I keep the tin in the fridge. Incidentally, I chose the tomatoes as it is more robust than say a can of Coke.

Doing it on a carpet is easier too!

Let’s hope it all works!

Incidentally, are there any other words with a double-i in the middle? You have a few plurals like radii with the letters at the end.

Sounds like a Pointless question to me!

November 26, 2015 - Posted by | Health | ,

4 Comments »

  1. If radii was a condition, then it would have three i’s in the middle; radiiitis!

    Comment by John | November 26, 2015 | Reply

  2. Would a doctor talk about the body having two radii and two ulnae?

    I didn’t know the second and looked it up!

    Comment by AnonW | November 26, 2015 | Reply

  3. Fasciitis is horrible, I have had it. The cold can works well, and so do leg stretches against a wall. And bedroom slippers if you have cold floors. When Neil had it he also went and bought some very good trainers which he was measured for, rather than trying them from a shelf in a sports shop. I hope it is better soon

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | November 27, 2015 | Reply

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