Jason Kidd the NBA all-star player and Stephanie Catley, the soccer athlete who headed the 2016 Olympic Games have one thing in common – Sidelined by Plantar Fasciitis. That’s right this acute heel pain has sidelined many more athletes especially those in high-impact sports that involve a lot of running and intricate footwork.
Keeping your feet healthy, taking preventive measures and Plantar Fasciitis exercises is the best way to cure Plantar Fasciitis and avoid it at all costs.
Most people suffering from this problem are unable to pinpoint the exact event that triggers this pain. However, most doctors believe that changes like increasing running or walking mileage, sudden weight gain, walking on the beach barefoot for too long, climbing ladders, aging, and injury during high-impact sports could be the possible causes. As the exact reason is not known, doctors generally advise to focus on correcting and preventing the condition from occurring.
What does it feel like?
It is a lingering pain at the bottom of the heel which intensifies hundred times as you take the first step out of bed in the morning. For many, the pain eases after some warm up exercises. For some people, it is the acute heel pain that occurs after exercises and not during it, while others has a lingering pain while walking or running. In very acute cases the heel pains all day.
There are many options available to relieve you from pain.
- Reduce the amount of time you spend on your feet and take complete rest
- Soak the heel in ice cold water
- For very acute pain take some Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
- Change your shoes; replace them with comfortable ones
- Sole inserts also prove to be beneficial
Let’s face the fact – these ‘popular treatments’ simply treat the symptoms and not cure it from the roots. They just provide instant to short term relief.
So what is the best form of relief?
Exercises – the right kind of exercise that stretches and strengthens the heel goes a long way in curing Plantar Fasciitis and preventing it from reoccurring. Plantarfasciitisrehab has a long standing reputation of providing the best exercises that cure plantar fasciitis from its roots.
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