Plantar fasciitis – Symptoms And Causes

The plantar fasciitis is a thick, powerful ligament that connects the heel bone to the bone in the front of the foot. When stretched or strained during the course of standing or walking, the plantar fascia may become irritated and inflamed, which can cause pain in the heel and arch of the foot.

The most common complaint is “first step pain”, where people describe a sharp pain upon getting out of bed in the morning, or after sitting for long periods of time. The pain often mellows to a dull ache after time.

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Your foot is a complex network of bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. As it has the burden of carrying your entire body weight, your foot is prone to injuries and pain. Foot pain can have a severe impact on the quality of people’s lives.

Injury, overuse, or any other dynamics that result in inflammation of any part of the foot’s structure can result in various pain-causing foot conditions. Below is a list of the most common ones. Click on the links below for more information and how Good Feet arch supports are designed to offer pain relief for each.





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