Understanding foot injuries
Your feet support the weight of your body. If they are injured or suffering from any alteration, your whole body will pay the consequences.
There are many causes for foot injuries, including overstressing the tissue, overworking your feet, and accidents such as stepping on a sharp object or a bad fall. There are also chronic diseases and affectations of the bones and the connective tissue.
All of these injuries can be prevented, relieved, and often cured.
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Plantar fasciitis is a foot injury mostly caused by sports activities, and in many cases, it takes a lot of time for the body to recover by itself. This is a painful condition that may become chronic, and if the cause is not cleared and proper measures aren’t taken, it could stay for years and years. In other cases, patients report that the pain goes away for a few months, and then, seemingly out of nowhere, the pain is back.
About one in ten patients who go to the doctor to get treatment for their plantar fasciitis presents some form of chronic pain or affectation of the plantar fascia, which is the tissue affected by this condition.
Plantar fascia is a group of connective fibers that spread from the heel bone, all throughout the sole under the skin, and then bury their roots under the toes, connecting the bones with the soft tissue. When we run or walk, this plantar fascia help keep all parts of the foot together when we use them, for example when we jump or sprint, and absorb the impact against the ground. This way, it protects our whole body from the physical impact of these activities. They also act as springs, optimizing our running and walking.
Inflammations of the plantar fascia are among the most common causes of foot pain, especially among runners and other athletes who perform high impact athletic activities and sports. However, this condition may also affect non-athletes, for example, people who spend a long time without strong physical activity and then started suddenly. Also, standing for many hours a year can also affect our plantar fascia and injury.
This is a painful condition that can be treated with inflammation treatment such as cold, exercises to strengthen the plantar fascia, and orthotics. The condition is reversible but if you don’t get the proper treatment it can become chronic and affect your daily life. Get informed and learn more about plantar fasciitis!
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