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Causes of Plantar Fasciitis
Several different things can cause Plantar Fasciitis, which makes
classifying the condition somewhat difficult. For example, bone spurs,
flat feet, high-arched feet, and hard running surfaces are all very
different—but each one can be a cause of the condition. Individuals in
professions that require you to stand for long periods of time—nursing,
for example—are at a higher risk for developing cause Plantar Fasciitis.
Another very common cause of Plantar Fasciitis is the type of shoe you choose to wear.
Older or poorly constructed shoes can place your feet at a higher risk for stress. Shoes that
don't have adequate padding for the heel and arch can be a problem as well.
Finally, overweight individuals are at a higher risk for developing Plantar Fasciitis. As you
gain weight, this naturally places more stress on the tissues of your feet, and the fascia
tends to bear the brunt of this.
Plantar Fasciitis Treatments
Traditionally, Plantar Fasciitis has been treated
with orthotic devices, medication, and even
surgery. However, it's important to note that
there are a number of all-natural treatment
options that you can do at home that can stop
the pain and cure Plantar Fasciitis.
Most doctors will suggest using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs to manage
the pain symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis. Common drugs of this class include aspirin,
ibuprofen, and naproxen. In some severe cases, stronger painkillers such as hydrocodone
may be prescribed.