Archive for October, 2012


I just received a new testimonial for achilles tendon pain in the mail.  Here’s the full, unedited text:

I found your e-book incredibly helpful!  The videos were great– I don’t think I would have been able to do the exercises properly [without them].  They have been a lifesaver.  I was diagnosed with achilles tendonosis back in 2010 and the doctor had basically told me to just rest it for awhile and then use an anti-inflammatory and ice it after I run.  (I do sprint distance triathlons and 10k runs.)  But it wasn’t helping at all.  I took a year off running and still didn’t get any relief.  In fact, sometimes it hurt horribly just to walk.  I was pretty desperate for some kind of help, anything, because I wanted to be able to run again.  Within two weeks of using your exercises I was completely pain free while walking.  I took up running again (though doing shorter distances) and I continue to use your exercises as “maintenance.”  I still have some pain, especially during and shortly after a run, but the exercises do help me to keep participating in my races, something I was afraid I would never be able to do again.

Thank you!!

Heidi Johnson

I get stories like this all the time.  A person starts to feel tendon pain, and they try to ignore it.  Eventually it gets so bad that they go to a doctor, and 99% of the time the prescription is the same: ice, rest, and some kind of anti-inflammatory medicine.  (In Heidi’s case, this was in spite of the fact that the diagnosis was tendonosis, not tendonitis.  Why use anti-inflammatories if there’s no inflammation?) Although I don’t consider myself an expert at internet marketing or anything like that, I have sold thousands of copies of my ebooks at this point. It’s for one reason: they work.

While no therapy is going to be 100% effective for every single person, the techniques given in Target Plantar Fasciitis and Posterior Tibial Tendonitis have a huge amount of both scientific and anecdotal evidence behind them.  Simply put, if you have long-term tendon or fascia pain that has not responded to conventional treatment, they are your best bet short of surgery.  I have also created a test that is free and will take you less than a minute to complete.  If you’re experiencing tendon or fascia pain that won’t go away, take a moment and fill it out.  It may just save you a lot of time and frustration.

Author: Alex Nordach