The Best Foot Doctor Plantar Fasciitis [Best Home Treatment]

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Plantar Fasciitis Causes:

  • Plantar fasciitis is probably the most common cause of heel pain in the human body.
  • It is caused by inflammation of a very thick band of tissue that holds your heel to your toes.
  • Think of this is a rope that runs from your heel and spreads out into your toes.
  • This ligament is called the plantar fascia.

 

What makes you at risk for plantar fasciitis?

Age:

  • Plantar fasciitis is most common between the ages of 35 to 65.

 

High intensity exercise:

  • If you’re putting a lot of stress on your heel and the professional ligament: such as running or jumping.
  • This includes ballet and basketball.
  • People who are runners.
  • People who are not used to the high amount of activity.

 

Your foot type:

  • There are pros and cons to every type of foot.
  • For example, being flat-footed you are more likely to get pain through the center of the planter fascia, where as having a high arch and also cause plantar fasciitis.
  • So no foot type makes you immune.

 

Weight gain:

  • The more weight you put on your foot, the more pressure causes on your plantar fascia.
  • People who have put on some weight in the past.

 

The type of job you work:

  • People who are on the field a especially hard surfaces are more likely to get plantar fasciitis.
  • If you spent a long time on your feet, or on hard surfaces, you are most likely to get this.
  • People who are in their feet all day.

 

Other injuries:

  • People who have back, hip or knee issues.

 

Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms:

  • Plantar fasciitis commonly causes sharp shooting, stabbing pain and soreness that occurs with your first steps in the morning.
  • The more you get up and move the more the pain starts to get better as time goes on.
  • But as you start to walk for very long periods of time. It may return during the day.

 

Diagnosis:

  • A podiatrist can make the diagnosis of plantar fasciitis based on your medical history and physical exam.

 

Imaging of plantar fasciitis:

  • Usually the history is enough.
  • An x-ray can show whether there is a heel spur not. Next paragraph an MRI or an ultrasound can show if there is fluid, or stress through the plain professional ligament.

 

Podiatrist Treatment:

  • In our experience, 95% of people can get better without surgery.
  • Although if it is persisting: this may be a strong option.

 

Medications:

  • there is no doubt that anti-inflammatory such as ibuprofen or naproxen can decrease the inflammation. But this does prevent some risks.

 

Therapies:

  • Stretching and strengthening exercises of the muscles are excellent. The problem with these are that you first have to let the inflammation decrease and then your feet can start to do much better.