Plantar Fasciitis Diagnosis

When it comes to any type of diagnosis of an illness or injury, it’s always best for a medical doctor to provide this information.  But what if you can’t get to a doctor right away and you’ve searched high and low for information on plantar fasciitis or foot pain.  Well, even though I am not a medical doctor, this is what a plantar fasciitis diagnosis would look like from my end.

For many sufferers of plantar fasciitis, the most commonly reported symptoms are a strong burning (as if someone is holding a match to the bottom of your foot) or sharp pain in the arch of the foot, usually close to the heel. You may also experience pain behind your toes, and sometimes across the bottom of your foot. Plantar fasciitis sufferers most frequently report pain after short periods of rest and can be the most painful when you awake in the morning but the pain may start to subside as your feet warm up.

The most common and sure sign of plantar fasciitis is painful feet in the morning. If you catch yourself frequently saying to yourself in the morning, “My feet are killing me”, there is significant possibility that you suffer from plantar fasciitis.

It’s not uncommon for plantar fasciitis sufferers to describe the muscle knots and cramps in the foot itself as more of a source of their pain and suffering than the actual swelling and inflammation of the foot fascia.  If you are on your feet for an extended period of time than you are accustomed to, or walk or run on different terrain than you normally would, you may entice a bout of plantar fasciitis.  Plantar fasciitis pain will usually flare up and be at its worst usually the day after these rare occurrences.

As with any injury or condition, in this case plantar fasciitis, avoidance of the injury may result in a worsening progression of the condition and may eventually get so bad and painful that you may need crutches and supports to make it off your couch to the kitchen, bathroom or bedroom. You may feel totally helpless and dependent on others.

Irregardless of the severity of your plantar fasciitis pain, you can rehabilitate it and cure it by applying how to cure plantar fasciitis simple strategies that I will teach you. Even if you’ve been suffering with foot pain for several years, don’t give up. The secret to successful treatment is not necessarily the most expensive therapy.

The majority of foot pain sufferers can cure it on their own with some guidance and armed with the correct, effective techniques – such as plantar fasciitis home treatment.

So if you’re completely fed up with your nagging and stubborn foot pain, all it really takes are 5 simple, step-by-step techniques that you can do from the comfort of your own living room while sitting in your comfy chair watching your favorite television show – without any special exercise equipment or gadgets!

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