The feet are flexible structures of bones, joints, muscles and soft tissues that help us stand upright and perform activities like running, jumping and walking. To understand Plantar Fasciitis, we need to have some basic knowledge of how our foot and ankle looks like beneath our skin.
Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis
Though Plantar Fasciitis is still largely being studied and researched on, these general risk factors have been found to cause this condition among many patients:
Causes of Achilles Tendinitis
Symptoms of Achilles Tendinitis
Standard advice from doctors will be to rest your foot from all activities so that your tendon has time to heal. Placing an ice bag over the tendon for 15 to 20 minutes and repeating the process four to five times a day might also give some relief. Calf stretching and strengthening exercises can also help to relax the calf muscles.
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