Plantar fasciitis commonly causes stabbing pain that usually occurs with your first steps in the morning. As you get up and move more, the pain normally decreases, but it might return after long periods of standing or after rising from sitting. Plantar Fasciitis is more common in runners. In addition, people who are overweight and those who wear shoes with inadequate support have an increased risk of plantar fasciitis.
People with plantar fasciitis should avoid sudden transitions from one foot wear to another. Wearing high heels regularly helps you form a high arch leaving you an arch that can't effectively absorb impact or support your weight. Sudden transition from high heeled shoes to flats may require a shoe insert that is supporting the arch to avoid heel spurs or bone spurs. Walking barefoot without sufficient arch support can tear or inflame the plantar fascia.
Tightening of the achilles tendons, which are the tendons attaching your calf muscles to your heels.Stabbing pain in the bottom of the foot near the heel bone or achilles tendon.
Repetitive Stretching and tearing of the plantar fascia ligaments.
- Certain Types of exercise
- Occupation that keep you on our feet
- Foot Mechanics
- Ignoring the signs and symptoms
PLANTAR FASCIITIS CURE IN A WEEK
Deep Tissue Massage
Hire a massage therapist! If finances are an issue, the cheapest way to do it is to get a tennis ball or rolling pin and put it under your foot. Try to massage at least 2x a day to relax the muscles. If worse comes to worse get a physical therapist.
Note: Always seek medical advice. Only consider getting a physical therapy if there is a limitation in motion.
A set of stairs is the easiest way to do it so you can stretch your tendon regularly.
Get nutrients that helps relax your body. Nutrients such as magnesium, vitamin B5, fish oil and vitamin C helps your body to recuperate.
Strengthen the muscle
Walk around barefoot will strengthen your tendon. You can buy barefoot shoes to help you raise your arch. Start 1 hour during then gradually add more hour as the day the progress.
PLANTAR FASCIITIS TREATMENT/ RELIEF PRODUCTS
Aside from the four secrets to curing Plantar Fasciitis you also need foot and heel pain treatment products that can help you prevent it. Doctor may recommend wearing night splints but if you don't have the budget for night splints, you may check online for alternative plantar fasciitis products.
Note: Always seek medical advice to avoid further medical complications.