Category Archives for "Plantar Fasciitis"
Adventure is an everyday part of life and sometimes you just want to pack up your backpack and go for a scenic hike. But something gets in the way and this time it’s not the weather, but your feet! Hiking will be so much fun if you are fully prepared to conquer whatever nature throws […]Continue reading
What is the plantar fascia really? Plantar means “bottom of foot”, and fascia is a band of connective tissue that starts at the heel, and runs along the bottom of the foot, helping to support the medial arch of the foot. Because the plantar fascia is not a tendon or a muscle, if too much […]Continue reading
Plantar fasciitis (PF) is an uncomfortable condition that requires making wise choices when buying PF footwear. To avoid pain in your heel and general discomfort, you need to consider your condition when buying shoes and slippers. Most people don’t choose their slippers wisely which results in even more significant pain and discomfort. Throughout this post, […]Continue reading
There are several possible practices you can adapt to help manage and treat plantar fasciitis. An extremely effective method is the use of a plantar fasciitis night splint. These orthotic devices were designed to help you recover while you sleep, making it an ideal essential if you’re struggling with the symptoms of PF.Want to know […]Continue reading
Plantar fasciitis is a disorder that results in pain affecting heel and bottom of the foot. In fact, plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, and it occurs due to inflammation of a thick band of tissue running across the bottom of the foot and connecting heel bone to the toes. This […]Continue reading
Do you experience a stabbing pain in your heel? Is the pain intensity the most severe with the first steps you take after waking up in the morning? If so, chances are you have plantar fasciitis (PF), the inflammation of plantar fascia or a thick band of tissue that connects heel bone to your toes. […]Continue reading
Plantar fasciitis is a major cause of heel pain, and it has a major impact on your quality of life. Due to inflammation, pain, and discomfort it becomes difficult to move freely, exercise, and do everyday things. Although a frustrating problem, plantar fasciitis can be managed successfully. Patients have numerous options to improve their quality […]Continue reading