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What Is Plantar Fasciitis?

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Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common conditions related to pain within the foot. It is a condition that requires treatment to rectify and alleviate the pain that is associated with it. Specifically, it is a condition that affects the band that runs between the heel and toes of a foot that causes tension, resulting in sharp feelings of pain through the heel and other areas of the foot. Here we discuss the symptoms, causes, treatment options and how you can make changes to your lifestyle to deal with this condition.


Most people come to our team at Plantar Fasciitis Relief describing a pain within their heel. It is common that this is its worst in the morning after there has been no movement within the legs and our bones and muscles stiffen up. This tends to improve after some light movement, but often becomes much worse after excessive walking or vigorous exercise. The tension within the foot can lead to swelling, causing excruciating pain when any pressure is put onto the heel. This can lead to our clients developing a limp in an attempt to keep pressure off the affected foot.


Plantar Fasciitis is commonly due to repetitive stress within the foot, commonly within very active people who put their feet to good work on a regular basis. It is also common in people who spend a lot of time standing each day, with increased periods of pressure being held within the feet. This is also common in obese patients as there is excessive weight being held in the feet. This stress, pressure and weight leads to tension and tightness within the muscles, joints and fascia of our foot, causing bad habits to form whilst walking and creating the pain our clients experience.


Luckily for the residents of New York who suffer with Plantar Fasciitis, there are a range of different options for treatment to help you get relief from the pain. Our team at Plantar Fasciitis Relief offer a wide range of services with the professionals we have within our team. After we provide you with an assessment of your foot to get a better understanding of your individual cause, we will provide you with a professional recommendation for therapy. This may be physiotherapy, chiropractic manipulation of the joints within your foot, orthotic inserts, massage and home stretches, or any combination of these therapies.

Living with Plantar Fasciitis

If you are suffering form heel pain, please contact our team of professionals at Plantar Fasciitis Relief. We are the experts in this condition and know that you do not have to continue living in pain when there are so many treatment options available. Whilst recovery may take a while depending on the severity of the condition, there is a way for you to get relief from the pain. Our team are dedicated to providing our clients with professional advice to help them get back to their active lives.

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