Could a Shot Stop High Heel Pain?
Does a Higher BMI Mean Less Money in Your Bank Account?
Meet Woman Who Lost Her Vaccine-Hesitant Husband to COVID
Woman’s Unvaccinated Husband Died a Week after Heading to the Ho…
Watch Impressive Before and After Vein Removal Treatment
Why Do Pre-Existing Conditions Make COVID-19 Worse?
Are You on a Spiritual Path that Allows for Your Sassy?
Do Pandemic-Born Babies Have Lower IQs?
Hear 5 Ways to Harness Your Spiritual Superpowers
Would You Let Your Friends Try Your Breast Milk?
See Woman Reunited with Her Dog Louie after 2 Years!
Husband and Wife Disagree on Vaccines for their Daughter
What Is the ‘75 Hard’ Challenge – And Is it Safe?
Is the TikTok-Popular ‘75 Hard’ Challenge Too Extreme for Kids?
Meet an Anti-Vaxxer Who Turned into a Vaccine Advocate!
How to Get Lifted Eyes in a Matter of Minutes!
Meet a Husband and Wife Divided by the COVID Vaccine
Is the ‘75 Hard’ Challenge Good for Your Body and Mental Health?
How Much Should Antibodies Matter in Your Decision to Get the Va…
You Had COVID – Do You Still Need the Vaccine?
A treatment that uses a shot using your own blood claims to treat pain from wearing high heels -- and The Doctors put it to the test!
Foot and ankle surgeon and podiatrist Dr. Bobby Pourziaee and patient Cody, who is suffering from sensitivity in the balls of her feet related to wearing high heels, are joined by plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon to try out the new treatment.
Cody has already had 2 of the 3 treatments, which involves the injection of PRP (platelet-rich plasma), and says her pain level after getting the injections went from a 10 to a zero. It's been a few months since her last injection and she is back for more.
Dr. Pourziaee says that the PRP's high concentration of growth factors helps with collagen synthesis and the reduction of inflammation. Dr. Pourziaee recommends 3 treatments about 1 month apart and says it will cost $1000 for both feet.
The Doctors also suggest alternating between flats and high heels when possible and if you are experiencing foot pain to not ignore it and see a foot specialist.