Plantar Fasciitis is typically an inflammation of your plantar fascia. In more simple words, a band of thick tissues that stretch from your heel to the foot bones is called Plantar Fascia. It acts as a shock absorber and supports the arches of your foot. Inflammation of this tissue is the most common cause of heel pain and is called Plantar Fasciitis.
Correct Plantar Fasciitis rehab is extremely important to cure this foot pain of its roots. But first, let us understand what causes this pain and what the symptoms are.
Runners, walkers, hikers, soldiers and basically anyone who are on their foot a lot can be affected by Plantar Fasciitis. It is primarily caused due to repetitive injury or repetitive overstretching of the Plantar Fasciitis. However, overpronation, high arched foot, tight calf muscles, poor footwear, and being overweight can increase the likelihood of this heel pain.
Pain anywhere on the underside of the heel is the most common symptom. Additionally, taking the first steps after getting up in the morning or after a long period of rest is painful or walking on your feet for a long time causes a stabbing pain at the bottom of your foot are other symptoms. Other symptoms also include mild swelling under the heel and tight calf muscles.
For some, a little rest is sufficient to ease the pain, while for some comfy shoes or regular shoe inserts are required, though these are just temporary methods. Normally treatment includes correcting the cause through stretching of the tight fascia and lower leg muscles and gradually returning to full fitness.
We provide a variety of Special Plantar Fasciitis exercises like a different kind of stretches, which helps cure this foot pain naturally. First, we will teach you stretching technique to reduce pain and ease foot functions. After which we will provide strength to all the muscles of the foot through an exercise program customized for you. Together, both the treatment phase will increase stability and prevent the foot pain from reoccurring.
Our treatment is proven successful over the years and you can recover from Plantar Fasciitis, living a life with no restrictions.