Plantar Fasciitis Cure

Most people don’t fully understand the impact of suffering an injury until it keeps them from participating in their  favorite sport or activity.  But things can get even more serious when it affects your daily life to the point that you have to depend on others for help.  Sadly, this can be the case if you suffer from plantar fasciitis.  For people who suffer from this terrible condition, they will almost go to any means or end to cure it once and for all.

There is no positive relationship between the amount of money you spend trying to cure plantar fasciitis and the speed at which you will recover.  But curing your stubborn and nagging foot pain for good can be incredibly simple, if you are armed with the right information and a proven, step-by-step program.

So what exactly is plantar fasciitis and why does it hurt so much?

The term plantar fasciitis in general terms is inflammation of the bottom of the foot.  The term “itis” actually means inflammation and plantar is the term for the bottom of the foot.  The foot fascia is a thin fibrous band of tissue that starts at the base of your toes and runs along the bottom of your foot and connects again at your heel bone.  Plantar fasciitis is a repetitive strain injury which means that an injury occurs to a specific part of the body that tends to get overworked and put under excess strain or pressure over a long period of time.  Repetitive strain injuries rarely occur or develop overnight but can occur from blunt force trauma or direct blow to the area.

As with a plantar fasciitis injury, the foot fascia becomes stressed and eventually breaks down and develops small micro tears.  As you continue to spend time on your feet, the tears can get larger which results in a continous cycle of inflammation and swelling.  This is when the true pain is felt by plantar fasciitis sufferers and it’s only then that they seek out a cure for their disability.

So what could actually be the cause of your plantar fasciitis?

If you have any of the following conditions apply to you, then look no further for the true cause of your plantar fasciitis pain:  being overweight, flat or high arches, weak foot muscles, a recent increase in physical activity, you stand in one place on a hard surface for many hours day after day, improper shoes for the surface you stand, walk or run on, or excessive foot pronation(you roll your ankle/foot outwards when you walk).

One of the tell tale signs of plantar fasciitis is foot pain when you wake in the morning.  If when you wake in the morning and the first few steps you take feels like you are walking on broken glass, I can say with 99% accuracy that you are suffering from plantar fasciitis and should seek a cure quickly.  The reason being is that the longer you wait to treat a condition such as plantar fasciitis, the worse your injury can get and the longer your recovery can take.

So what’s the fastest, fail-proof method on how to cure plantar fasciitis so you can get back on your feet enjoying your favorite sports or activity again?

As someone who’s suffered from plantar fasciitis, I can tell you that you don’t have to waste hundreds of dollars, like I did, on doctors, podiatrists, custom orthotic shoes, shoe inserts or anti-inflammatory pills or creams.

If you are completely fed up with your foot pain and are serious about curing your plantar fasciitis for good, all you really need are 5 simple, step-by-step techniques that you can do at home, sitting in your comfy chair watching your favorite TV show without any medical gadgets or special exercise equipment.

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