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Plantar Fasciitis Safety and Precautions

By Edited Feb 27, 2016 0 0

Plantar fasciitis has been known to be one of the most common medical conditions to be affecting men or women who are exhibiting an active lifestyle and within the ages 40 years old and above. But are most common to be seen in men who are into sports or an athletic type. Though women who tend to put more load on their feet or those that are overweight are prone to it as well, it is not as much compared to men. Running and jogging are not the common cause but frequently doing it which causes the feet to strain and be overused causes the plantar fascia, the band of tissue located at the bottom of the foot to tear thus cause inflammation.

Although plantar fasciitis is a chronic condition, it develops in a gradual motion. Therefore it can definitely be prevented and cured. The earlier it is diagnosed, the easier the treatment. Plantar fasciitis treatments are a good way to stop the condition from getting worse. The first symptom that a person should be aware of is that there is pain during the first several steps in the morning after waking up and diminishes as the time went by for the day. Prolonged standing and walking though can make the pain feel worse because over stretching of the foot causes pressure to it and may cause several micro tears in the plantar fascia.

But why do you need treatment when you can easily prevent it from happening to you? The good thing about its prevention is that its very easy to do, it just takes a little discipline and love for your feet. And these preventions and precautions are the things that people tend to forget to do since the busy schedule always gets in the way.

The main cause of the damage of the plantar fascia is that the foot is strained and overly stressed from where it is located. Well, you just need to rest your feet every once in awhile and use shoes that provide support to the arch of the foot. And that is about it. Simple to do but many people tend to disregard it.



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