My experience on Plantar fasciitis

Hi, I’m Annie. I’m a ballet dancer. I’ve been engaged with the art since I was 6. I’m writing this post here to share with you one of the difficulties that a ballet dancer might face during the career: injuries. One of the most common injury is plantar fasciitis, which is an inflammation of the plantar fascia ligament in the bottom of your foot and is a common cause of heel pain. Disease accounts for 10-15% of the rate of disease in the legs.

Basically, a small region in the heel bone has inflammation. This is the desert region of the foot which is a durable fiber membrane can be stretched between the heel and toes.

Many of the heel tendons associated with this film so we can bend our feet and work as one damping device.

The fact that the bone is inflamed heel – that is the end of the pad thickness and curvature of the foot beginning. Exactly why this area be inflamed is still a question with very few answers, but perhaps it is a combination of many factors. It may be due to the sudden conversion activities (usually sitting one seat from the sudden switch to run or exercise energetically), may be too much walking in one pair of shoes which do not fit.

Patients often feel the most uncomfortable moment out of bed every morning and while decreasing the painful feeling along with normal activity of the day, but often strong pain back in the evening, after 1 day legs are used.

Diagnosis is based on the expression and the medical check, no need to take X-rays.

There are a number of treatments but no way proved to be the best treatment.

These treatments include hot packs, massage, cold pads to shoes and more. Also can be used anti-inflammatory drugs, hormone injections to treat arthritis pain straight region.

I also advise you to use proper shoes instead of shoes with flat arches support and barefoot walking and running or walking so little workout as this will only dig serious condition. Also you could regularly do some stretching to reduce the pain.

stretching for plantar fasciitis

You should also bring pads in the heel and ankle with a thickness of about 1cm to the heel shock absorber. Ideally should seek expert treatment options to help cushion the foot the heel. If you feel the difference, bring the 2 foot buffer

Typically, this will reduce pain for 1-2 months. If this does not happen, the doctor will inject anti-inflammatory drugs. Thanks for visiting and reading my post. I hope your leg is going to heal before this time.