- Golf ball.
- Frozen bottle of water.
- Copious amounts of fish oil.
- Kitchen magnets.
All remedies prescribed today for what I believe is plantar fasciitis in my left foot.
At first I thought only professional baseball players got such exotic maladies.
Nope, not that exotic. Not just baseball players.
Then I thought my feet hurt because I waited too long to replace my running shoes.
That might have exacerbated the situation, but new shoes haven’t diminished the pain.
So I have to take drastic action.
Well, it’s “drastic” if you consider massaging my foot with a golf ball twice a day to be drastic.
Hey, it’s worth a shot. At least I wasn’t told to lay off the running. Or amputate.
Now that would have been drastic.
Instead, a comedic assortment of MacGyver-like materials might provide the answer.
That would be elegant.