As specialists who deal with many lower leg conditions, we have certainly seen our fair share of plantar fasciitis. In plain terms, plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the fibrous fascia underneath the foot. It is most often sore at the base of the heel and is usually the most painful when getting out of bed in the morning. A simple Google search (good old Dr. Google) will present lots of treatment options but we’d like to list a few things that we feel are often missed. As with most injuries, the key is using the bandaids to speed up healing in the short term, while at the same time doing the real fix it things to get rid of the problem for good!
Plantar fasciitis is often sore at the base of the heel and is usually the most sore in the morning when getting out of bed.
Tips to Treat and Prevent Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis can cause people to suffer for years with foot pain. However, by using some of the tips above early on, it can disappear quickly and have a much less chance of reoccurring.
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