One of the most common causes of pain in the heel of the foot is plantar fasciitis (Plan-tur Fas-e-I-tis). The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissues that is located on the bottom of the foot, connecting the heel bone to the toes. When this band of tissues becomes irritated and inflamed it is known as the plantar fasciitis.
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Your plantar fascia is a ligament that connects the front of your foot to your heel. Its main role is to support your foot arch and assist with walking, subjecting the ligament to a lot of wear and tear over the years.
If the lower half of your calf hurts, you’re not alone. Over 200,000 people visit a doctor every year due to Achilles heel pain. While the Achilles tendon is very strong, it is not very flexible. When it is stretched too far the tendon can become inflamed, which is known as Achilles tendonitis, or it can tear.
In addition to practicing habits to keep your feet healthy, you should also be avoiding certain practices that could be the cause of lower extremity problems.
As the holidays approach, don't forget about your feet. There are things you can do this season to ensure your feet are happy and healthy all year long.
The foot care information you may hear from friends or find online isn’t always accurate. In order to best treat you feet, you need to have all the facts and know what is a myth.
Foot pain can be caused by a number of different factors, but there are a few common conditions you should be familiar with.
In the past, your only option to treat plantar fasciitis and heel pain was surgery if conservative options failed. Now you don't need to go under the knife with EPAT
Dr. Kyle Kinmon, one of the founding physicians of Certified Foot and Ankle Specialists, was able to successfully revise a previous ankle replacement surgery.