Why We Feel Pain On The Bottom Of Our Heel?
- Apr 25, 2018 -

What  is plantar fasciitis?


    Plantar fasciitis (fashy-EYE-tis) is a painful inflammation of the foot that affects approximately 10% of the population. That means that you have a 1 in 10 chance of experiencing it over the course of your lifetime, particularly if you are between the ages of 40 and 60. In fact, it is one of the top reasons we go to the doctor with foot or heel pain.

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The most common complaint from plantar fasciitis is a burning, stabbing, or aching pain in the heel of the foot. Most sufferers will be able to feel it in the morning because the fascia ligament tightens up during the night while we sleep, causing pain to diminish. However, when we climb out of bed and place pressure on the ligament, it becomes taut and pain is particularly acute. Pain usually decreases as the tissue warms up, but may easily return again after long periods of standing or weight bearing, physical activity, or after getting up after long periods of lethargy or sitting down.

In most cases, plantar fasciitis does not require surgery or invasive procedures to stop pain and reverse damage. Conservative treatments are usually all that is required. However, every person's body responds to plantar fasciitis treatment differently and recovery times may vary.


How do we cure it?


  •  For Short Term Relief - Reduce Inflammation and Relieve Pain

The inflammation and pain caused by plantar fasciitis can be excruciating. Podiatrists and orthopedists recommend employing various methods to combat the problem. Like ice compress or Take over-the-counter pain relievers.


  • Stretch and Strengthen

For patients  with plantar fasciitis, take this action  in the morning could get the best effect. After  wake up in the morning, patients should do a 10-minute stretch in bed to  warm up the plantar fascia before it is stressed, reducing excessive  friction and undue stress at the inflammation site.

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  • For Long Term Comfort - Protect Your Plantar Fascia

Using orthotic insoles is the most direct and effective way to reduce pain levels related to plantar fasciitis.

Insoles can both help treat and prevent the development of plantar fasciitis:

    Treat – Insoles with strong arch support will reduce the weight bearing load of the in the plantar fascia, allowing it to heal.

    Prevent – Insoles that properly support the arch lengthwise prevent overpronation, a cause of plantar fasciitis.


 A unsuitable orthotic insole is no effect, patients need to find a insole which could fit their feet perfectly. Idea Step is a company that focuses on orthotic insole. Idea Step always persue high quality and devote itself to provide customer the best user experience. In order to meet customers' multiple repeirement, Idea Step has  exploit a variety of products.

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