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    Plantar Fasciitis is the number one leading cause in foot pain. The plantar fascia is a flat ligament that connects the heel bone (Calcaneus) to the toes and it also helps to support the arches underneath both of the feet. When the plantar fascia gets pulled or inflamed then you will feel the bottom middle of your foot pulling or stretching out and will usually hurt. It will usually hurt most when you are walking or standing to put pressure on the foot. Most athletes or middle aged people who are running or walking a lot often are the ones who experience plantar fasciitis. When you start to hurt to the point that you can’t stand it, the you should first try some at home remedies such as rolling a small hard ball in the center bottom of the…

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    Do you have a pain in your heel? One of the most common causes of heel pain having plantar fasciitis. This involves a pain and inflammation in the plantar fascia, which is a long, thin ligament that connects the heel to the front of your foot. The word plantar means sole of the heel, and fasciitis means inflammation of the fascia of a muscle or organ, so the name plantar fasciitis explains the disorder. Plantar fasciitis can be caused by many different factors like age, obesity, certain…

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    Plantar Fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is characterized by pain in the plantar region of the foot and is worse when walking. It is one of the most common causes of foot and heel pain in adults. This condition is commonly seen in patients that are 40-60 years of age. The etiology is poorly understood and is thought to be multifactorial. Risk factor of plantar fasciitis include obesity, prolonged standing or jumping, flat feet, and reduced ankle dorsiflexion. A patient describe heel pain that is…

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    And I thought I was doing a good job at that - okay, well at least adequate. Yet all it took was one squat without my sneakers to protect my arches and (Wham!) a tear in my plantar fascia. What Is Plantar Fasciitis? It sounds like some horrible deformity of the foot and yet, except for some inflammation, you'd never know the foot was in chronic pain. With Plantar Fasciitis the damage is done on the tender yet flexible inside tissue that connects the toes and the heel. This is the reason most…

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    " I said. "You're going to a podiatrist to get your feet checked out," My mom said. I went to the foot doctor(podiatrist) he confessed, "You have Planter Fasciitis and you have arthritis in your toes". I was so disappointed to hear this because this is a long term pain that I will have to learn to live with. The doctor gave me several options that I could use to slightly fix my Plantar Fasciitis. Me and my family decided that I would try the custom inserts…

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    In 2015 Jasmine Elliot in Illinois struggled with plantar fasciitis for years. Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It involves pain and inflammation of a thick band of tissue, called the plantar fascia, that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects our heel to your toes. She received acupuncture therapy sessions and eventually her pain stopped, she now attends monthly sessions to keep inflammation and stress down, and to balance her hormones. Jasmine Elliot…

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    Plantar Fasciitis A disorder which results in pain in the bottom of the foot and in the heel is known as plantar fasciitis. It can lead to severe pain when the movement is done after a period of rest or with the first few steps of the day. When the toes are brought towards the shin and bending of the foot will also result in pain. This disorder is affected in both the legs of one-third of the people around the world. Typically, no night sweats or fever has been experienced by the people and…

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    Getting Relief From Plantar Fasciitis When you get out of bed in the morning, you have severe pain in the heel of your foot. It's possible you've developed plantar fasciitis (fashee-EYE-tiss). This is an overuse injury. Plantar fasciitis affects the sole of a person's foot. If you are diagnosed with plantar fasciitis, it means the tough band of tissue that connects your heel to the base of your toe is inflamed. Some people develop it from being overweight. If you have flat feet, you'll have an…

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    tendon on the outside of the foot causing pain on side of foot and just by the front of the heel 9. Corns - often from tight fitting shoes that put pressure on the toes BOTTOM OF FOOT 1. Plantar fasciitis - heel spurs - heel pain: these are all types of foot pains you may experience on the bottom of the foot. Sometimes, it is difficult to keep up normal activities such as walking, because of these causes; sometimes the pain is aggravated by wearing thin sole shoes or weight bearing for a long…

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    DEFINATION OF PLANTAR FASCITIIS Plantar fasciitis is a very common cause of heel pain. The plantar fascia is a flat band of ligament that connects heel bone to the toes and supports the arches of the foot. If the plantar fascia is strained, it gets swollen, weak and inflamed as a result the bottom of the heel or foot hurts as we attempt to stand or walk. Plantar fasciitis usually occur in middle-aged people or younger individuals who require lots of standing such as soldiers and athletes. It…

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