Plantar Fasciitis (pronounced – Plan-ter Fash-ee-eye-tus) is an injury caused as the result of repetitive stress placed on the bottom of the foot. This causes inflammation of the thick tissue on the bottom of your foot called the Plantar Fascia.
The plantar fascia is a long, thin ligament that lies directly beneath the skin on the bottom of your foot and connects the heel bone to the toes and creates the arch of the foot. Plantar Fasciitis is now one of the most common heel issues adults suffer from.
Plantar Fasciitis is a common injury in runners and a lot of people who stand for long periods such as nurses, soldiers, hikers, security guards etc.
The condition can make it almost impossible to carry out your daily activities. For example, getting out of bed in the morning can be very painful and simple tasks that we take for granted such as walking at work or climbing stairs can be out of the question. It doesn’t take long until the pain overtakes every aspect of your life!
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?
As I know from personal experience Plantar Fasciitis can be debilitating and make walking really problematic. But, what actually causes Plantar Fasciitis? Well, there are many things which can lead to Plantar Fasciitis, which makes classifying the complaint fairly complicated. For instance, flat feet, high-arched feet, and hard running surfaces are all quite varied – yet all of them could be a reason behind the condition. As I have mentioned already, if your job requires you to be on your feet for long periods of time you are at a higher risk of developing Plantar Fasciitis.
Plantar Fasciitis is seen in both women and men. Nevertheless, it in most cases strikes active women in the age range of 40 – 70. It’s one of the more common orthopedic complaints concerning the foot.
Another common reason behind Plantar Fasciitis is the kind of footwear you decide to walk or run in. Older or badly built footwear can put your feet at a greater risk for stress. Footwear that doesn’t offer sufficient cushioning for your heel and arch can be an issue. Last but not least, overweight people are at a greater risk of getting Plantar Fasciitis. When you put on weight, it will naturally put extra tension on the tissues of your feet, and the fascia will endure the impact of this.
Some individuals define the sensation as dull, while some encounter a sharp pain, and some experience a burning or ache at the base of their foot extending outward from the heel.
The discomfort of Plantar Fasciitis could very well be isolated to a region in the center of the foot, or could just as easily extend outward to your toes. The heel is the one other common spot for Plantar Fasciitis pain to appear.
Plantar Fasciitis Symptoms are:
Pain at the base of the foot near the heel
Pain with the first few steps after getting out of bed in the morning
Pain after a long period of rest, such as after a long car ride. The pain subsides after a few minutes of walking
Greater pain after (not during) exercise or activity
How To Cure Plantar Fasciitis
If you have been suffering from Plantar Fasciitis for any period of time you will know that there are a number of treatment options available to help try and cure you of this terrible condition. These range from:
Some people find one or a combination of the treatments above work for them and either cure their condition or at least give them some sort of pain relief so they can continue living their life as normally as possible. However, there are plenty of people who find that the treatments mentioned above give them no help at all and their Plantar Fasciitis persists even after spending a small fortune trying to cure the condition.
As I have already mentioned, I tried a number of treatments to try and cure my Plantar Fasciitis and I did get some slight relief from the pain but this was always short lived and on some occasions painful and on all occasions expensive. The painful stabbing and burning pains always seemed to return after a few days or sometimes after a week or so but one thing was guaranteed, the pain would return.
I was ready to give up and just accept the fact that nothing was going to help cure my condition until I was told about the Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure. I purchased the guide more out of desperation than anything else and after reading through it and following the advice, to my surprise, the pain started easing considerably within 3 days and I was completely cured within 1 week.
What I loved about the Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure was that it was very simple to follow, was well laid out and went into a lot of detail about what I could and should be doing to cure my condition. Some of the things I really liked were:
A simple massage technique to relieve pain in the foot
Minerals & vitamins to add to my diet
Advice on footwear
I only had to spend 5 mins a day doing the exercises
Cost free ways of recovering from Plantar Fasciitis
The treatments given are all natural
Instant access to the book as it is an eBook. No waiting for it in the post!!
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If you haven’t tried any other treatments yet then lucky you – as this guide is all you are going to need. You won’t have to waste both your time and money on finding out what works or doesn’t work for you. If on the other hand you are like me and have already tried many other methods and are unhappy with the results, then give the Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure a try. If you have tried everything else then you have nothing to lose especially as Jeremy Roberts is offering a 60 day money back guarantee on the guide, so if you are not happy then just return it within 60 days and get your money back!
The guide is based on extensive research and backed by 23 different medical studies. The good news is Jeremy explains how by making small adjustments you will start to notice the difference straight away. I started to feel a real difference in about 3 days and found the stretches, exercises and uncommon treatment options suggested in the Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure to be much more effective for me than all the other traditional treatments I had previously tried.
As I have said there are many treatment options out there and I recomend you choose the one you feel most comfortable with, can afford and most importantly think will help cure you of Plantar Fasciitis. In my case I found that Jeremy Roberts’ guide worked best for me and only wish I had known about it before I had spent hundreds on all the other treatments.
As I did not have great success with all the other treatments I tried, therefore I cannot fully recommend them to you as even though a few of them did give me slight relief I was not cured of the pain. Because of this I have decided that the only treatment I can recommend 100% is Jeremy Roberts’ Fast Plantar Fasciitis Cure as this was the only treatment to fully cure me of this condition.
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