Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the thick, fibrous band of tissue that reaches from the heel to the toes, supporting the muscles of the bottom of the foot. “Plantar” refers to the bottom of the foot; “fascia” is supportive tissue. When the plantar fascia becomes overly stretched, tiny tears can riddle its surface. The band of fascia can ultimately swell and become quite painful. While some people have attributed this type of pain to bony growths called heel spurs, it’s now believed that heel spurs are usually just a coincidental finding in people with plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis occurs when the long, flat ligament on the bottom of the foot (plantar fascia) stretches irregularly and develops small tears that may cause the ligament to become inflamed. It causes heel pain, which can become long-lasting. Plantar fasciitis is the result of repeated stress on the foot that may be caused by normal aging or being overweight.
Plantar fasciitis occurs when the plantar fascia is overly stretched. A number of factors can contribute to this. While men can get plantar fasciitis, it is more common in women. You’re also more likely to suffer from this condition as you age or if you:
The goals of treatment for plantar fasciitis are to:
About 8 in 10 people recover completely within a year. Out of 100 people with plantar fasciitis, about 95 are able to relieve their heel pain with nonsurgical treatments. Only about 5 in 100 need surgery. Treatment that you start when you first notice symptoms is more successful and takes less time than treatment that is delayed.
ErgoJoy therapeutic inserts will assist in exercising the feet, increasing the flexibility by massaging the plantar fascia and muscles and in the feet as you walk, in a gradual and CONSISTENT FASHION and much like a custom orthotic the glycerin will fill in the areas in which you need it the most giving you the support,comfort, and relief you need.
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