Treatment options. Begin with rest, ice massage, otc anti-inflammatories, & stretching the foot/ heel throughout the day. Make sure you are wearing shoes with an appropriate amount of support... Consider shoe inserts (arch support), and wearing night splints... Prp or steriod injections may be considered after the above options. For more information please see http://drmarkgalland. Com/what-is-plantar-fasciitis/.
Can be. See your podiatrist for best treatment plan. It can feel like a stabbing and/or burning pain. In the am, roll out of bed and do not step on your feet. Extend them behind you and one at a time, flex the leg back, stretching the back of your leg/foot. This often helps. Dr will give you other things to do. May need boot to sleep in.
Feel a throbbing line (not to the touch) under bottom of heel. Hurts under heel in general and can put little weight on it. Is this plantar fasciitis?
Plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis typically causes a stabbing pain in the bottom of your foot near the heel. The pain is usually worst with the first few steps after awakening, although it can also be triggered by long periods of standing or getting up from a seated position. The best thing to do is to see either a podiatrist or an orthopedic surgeon and get this looked at before it gets worse.
It may be. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain seen in physicians offices. There are many causes of which prolonged standing on feet and obesity are two of the more common ones. SEE here for a picture of the plantar fascia :http://bit. Ly/1rFZR3H SEE here for a discussion of causes and treatment: http://bit. Ly/1rz8PzA.
With severe osteoposis (secondary), degen discs, plantar fasciitis, what kind of exercises can I do, how can I get back to being healthy&normal?
GET IN THE POOL! Aqua-exercise is perfect for someone who has the above conditions. It will take the pressure off your back and joints because of the buoyancy of water. It will allow you to both strengthen your muscles and improve range of motion, without aggravating your joints. Good luck!
Here's a few. If u r free of symptoms now u need a good running shoe with a custom made insert, and start a slow walking program. Very short distance & wait a few days 2 c how ur heel reacts. If ok very slowly increase the distance with a few days rest again. If ok continue on. Wt bearing will add mass 2 ur bones in ur foot. Wear elevated heels during the day, like cowboy boot height. This takes stress off heel.
Diagnosed with Plantar Fasciitis 3 months ago its getting worse. No pain in AM but I'm immobile w/PAIN after walking. Normal xray What can I do??
Advise your. Podiatrist or orthopedic surgeon so that worsening condition can be reassessed.
See podiatrist.. Truth be told your symptoms are inconsistent with plantar fasciitis. They're the opposite of what we would expect. As such I think an evaluation by a podiatrist would be wise.
Can plantar fasciitis heal itself if it is just a minor case of it? I got it by wearing the wrong shoes. I have normal arches but shoe caused it.
Yes. Plantar fasciitis can heal itself. Work on actively stretching the plantar fascia. Rolling a golf ball under your foot is often a good technique for stretching it. Physical therapy can be beneficial!
I have chronic plantar fasciitis. Throughout the course of the day my feet goes numb. Is that normal or should I be worried?
It is normal. Numbness may be associated with the inflammation and pressure on the nerve running under the foot. There are other possible reasons, such as back conditions such as spinal stenosis or a disc problem. Neuropathy is a condiion that can cause numbness or a feeling of numbness. There are various causes of neuropathy. You should be evaluated by a professional.
See a Podiatrist. I suggest you see a podiatrist for an evaluation. You may or may not have numbness due to plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis associated with overpronation may cause swelling or pressure on the plantar nerves thus causing numbness. You may have other medical problems which may also be causing numbness, such as, diabetes. Get it checked!
See a doctor. The numbness you describe is not a normal finding in plantar fasciitis. You should see a podiatrist.
I have chronic plantar fasciitis & metatarsalgia for 2 years, got worse 6 mo ago. Normal X-Ray & nerve test. Would MRI be useful at this point?
Probably not. Plantar fasciitis can be chronic and very difficult to get rid of with conservative care in some cases. There area lot of treatments including orthotics, physical therapy, laser therapy, ultrasound therapy, dry needle therapy, platelet rich plasma injection, night splint, walking boot, non weight bearing and many others. Surgery is also very successful if all of these fail.
I ve had pain in my feet for 18 months misdiagnosed as plantar fasciitis finally sent to a specialist that said my lab work shows a systemic inflammatory issue I have no other symptom other than pain in my feet x rays look normal MRI showed tensoyvitis in
You may. Want to see a rheumatologist.
Unfortunately your. Question got cut off, I hope you re-ask as I am curious of what structure was the tenosynovitis? And did your doctor give you a diagnosis? Or just told you "systemic inflammatory issue"? Would appreciate more info...
You need to. You most certainly have arthritis, which is an autimmune condition, usually best managed by a rheumatologist. You should see one for diagnosis and treatment!
A lot in Fasciitis. So in the 18 months that you were treated for plantar fasciitis; what were you main complaints? Were they typical of fasciitis?