The Plantar Fascia runs under the sole of the foot and connects the heel bone to the bones in the rest of the foot. It is a protective tissue which acts like a shock absorber to the constant pounding the foot gets on a daily basis.
Over a period of time, or even as the result of sudden damage to the foot, small tears can develop inside this foot tissue causing the Plantar Fascia to thicken and tighten and cause pain, initially to the heel, but also to the surrounding tissue of the foot. When this happens it is best to rest the foot and avoid walking or standing for long periods. Regular stretching and massaging of the foot and calf muscles can help too.
Being overweight can exacerbate the problem by putting too much strain on your feet, so it’s a good idea to pay attention to keeping your weight under control, and also to wear good supportive shoes and stockings.
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