If You Notice These Signs, Then Chances Are You Have Plantar Fasciitis

Those who have felt a strong, unbearable pain under their foot know how difficult it gets to walk or even stand. Plantar fasciitis is a medical condition in which the patient experiences a strong pain in the bottom of their heel. If you have experienced a similar pain and felt that something in your shoe is causing this pain but found nothing inside it, then most likely you are suffering from plant fasciitis.



What exactly is plantar fasciitis? There’s a band of tissue present across our foot. This thick tissue joins our heel bone to our toes. When this tissue becomes inflamed, you have plantar fasciitis. One of the major causes of this medical condition is running. Apart from running, plantar fasciitis can also be caused due to factors such as tight calf muscles, aging, abnormalities pertaining to foot structure, flat feet, and genetics. This condition becomes worse if the tissue in the foot develops more tears.

If right treatment is not sought in time, then you may experience severe difficult in carrying out physical tasks or chores as the pain will become unbearable. Therefore, we are going to discuss some of the most well-known signs of plantar fasciitis. If you notice them, then you must seek treatment right away. Let’s take a look at those signs.

  • One clear of sign of this medical condition is experiencing pain in your heel in the morning when you take the initial steps of the day. As you continue to walk, you will notice that the pain will go down but as soon as you start engaging in intense activities or stand for a long period of time, the pain in the heel will return

  • If you feel extreme heel pain in certain kinds of shoes such as those which are less flexible or heavy-soled, then you might have plantar fasciitis and unknowingly putting your plantar fasciitis under severe pressure. Wearing these kind of shoes will lead to ligament tears and intense pain

  • While you obviously experience pain by putting pressure on your heel in plantar fasciitis, when you have this condition you might experience pain when you move your foot in certain ways as well. For instance, patients with plantar fasciitis feel a strong pain when they move their foot upward or downward. Your mobility will get affected as well if your plantar fasciitis has experienced serious damages

If you or someone you know is suffering from the above-mentioned symptoms, then you must go for Extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT). It is a non-invasive method of treating pain by using pressure waves. High-Energy Shockwave-ESWT is known for providing quality shock wave therapy in plantar fasciitis. If interested, feel free to contact us and we’ll respond to your request immediately.


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