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Ways to Prevent Plantar Fasciitis

Ways to Prevent Plantar Fasciitis

As the weather warms up, people are heading out to enjoy the great outdoors. If you love hiking, biking, running and seeking out adventures, don’t let plantar fasciitis get in the way. Plantar fasciitis is when the tissue connecting your heel to your toes (the plantar fascia) becomes inflamed. It feels like a stabbing pain in the heel.


Many people deal with this bothersome condition, but if you take the right steps, it doesn’t have to slow you down. Since preventing the problem is the best route, try some of these preventative measures.


If you do get plantar fasciitis, there are several things a doctor will recommend to help deal with the pain and fix the problem.

Whether you are looking to find ways to prevent plantar fasciitis from returning or for ways to heal the problems, we would love to talk to you. Give us a call for a consultation or treatment.

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