About Plantar Fasciitis

Medical experts estimate that about one of ten individuals will suffer from this painful condition at some point in life.

Approximately 2 million new causes are reported every year.  The plantar fascia is band-like flat ligament connecting the bone  of your heel to the toes, and walking stretches this ligament. Fasciitis is what medical professionals call a strain that causes the pain. Repeated stress or overuse of ligament is often the culprit of the pain.

About Plantar Fasciitis

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