hi barefoot running community! I transitioned to barefoot running about a year ago after over a year long battle with hamstring tendinopothy. It was my saving grace and the only thing along with my (4th) physical therapist that helped me. I ran in Luna’s all summer in the mountains and came back to my hometown and ran on pavement in them at a significantly faster pace and got PF in both heels. I had experienced some calf and anterior tibia pain prior to the onset. I’ve been resting, not running, massaging, stretching, rolling my feel out with the tennis ball, rolling out my calves, I’ve seen a chiropractor, a sports medicine doctor, paid people to give me more stretches and advice. I’ve begged for relief. I can function most of my day without a ton of paint but I’m never completely pain free especially in my righ foot. I thought I had transitioned well, I thought this wasn’t supposed to happen if I made my foot strong. Now I have doctor telling me to put arch support in my shoes and stop running in minimalist shoes because that’s why I have this. I haven’t has this before. I don’t want to get cortisone shots, but I cannot stand not running. I’m losing myself, does anyone have anything they can point me to? I already use correct toes, I already have Vivos that I wear everyday. I strengthen my feet with toe curls and a towel. I just can’t get it to go away. Please help.