Have you ever tried to bounce out of bed, eager to start your day out right,
- only to feel like you’d landed on a pain-filled peg leg that just wouldn’t move?
I don’t know about you, but this was my "most uncomfortable, crazy" experience!
First, some fun facts….
- It's the most common type of foot pain -
- PF is the most common cause of painful feet in clinical practice
- Women corner the market on PF –
- AKA PF occurs in women more than men.
- (Men tend to "capitalize" on Achilles Tendonitis)
- PF is a tight connective tissue – "under the influence" of tight muscles.
- Your plantar fascia has it's base at the bottom edge of the underside of your heel and separates to run strands of finger-like fascia to each of your toes.
- The tight muscles that cause PF - gastrocs, soleus, flexor extensor digitorum & several foot muscles
How do you know if you have
1. It Bites with Pain! - Plantar fasciitis (PF,) often “bites” with pain when you first wake up and try to walk around.
- At the bottom edge of your heel and/or
- Across the bottom of your foot, especially at your arch and/or
- Along your toes
2. It Gives and then Bites Again with Pain! - In it's earlier stages, PF's early morning "bite” lessens once you're up and walking around,
- But darn if it doesn’t remain throughout the day as a mild – or just under the surface – muscle spasm.
- And anticipating the next "bite" can make PF even less fun.
- Or perhaps worse, plantar fasciitis can also wake you up with a jolt of pain - a pain that's so intense that it curls your foot - ruining the best of dreams.
3. It Keeps on Biting with Pain! - In it's more advanced stages, PF is a nagging, persistent pain in your foot that makes walking miserable and running impossible
- Clients often experience advanced PF pain throughout the day - and worse, it feels like little pins and needles that throb and poke with every step you take
Yes, let’s be honest, plantar fasciitis is plain-and-simply miserable!
And so, The Most Important Questions:
1. What did I do to get to this plantar fasciitis “bite monster”?
2. How do I get rid of plantar fasciitis?
3. How do I forever prevent getting plantar fasciities?
The Quick & Dirty, but Complicated Answer:
Plantar Fasciitis is usually caused by poor structural and muscle-mechanics.
...Yet the Good News...you can easily learn how to make mind-body shifts that will guarantee that you'll never again be plagued by PF pain and discomforts!
The Quick & Dirty, & Simple Fix - What are (2) simple things that you can do to Stop Your Plantar Fasciitis?
Although initially painful,
- Walk, and
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