Without doubt if you know what I am talking about here you will agree with me that Plantar fasciitis is an unpleasant problem that you will not want even your enemy to go through… they are induced pain that manifest under the heel.
As a matter of fact, this condition is commonly known to be induced by overwhelming or overstretching the plantar fascia, also known as the arch tendon of your foot.
Well, besides the above, which are the main triggers of plantar fasciitis …it is known to be triggered by a variety of other things such as the following:
Taking part in a lot of exercise, for instance, including too many kilometers to your strolling or activities, using damaged shoes, and over pronation .
Yes, over pronation occurs when standing for a long time…I mean pronation occurs as the foot rolls inside and the arch of the foot crushes, hence the term often used to refer to somebody who over pronates is one who have 'flat feet'.
Now, you need to know that pronation is a normal part of the gait cycle which helps to make available shock absorption at the foot. So, rolling your foot excessively inward while strolling or walking; and being on your feet all day long could give rise to the condition!
Anyway, I want you to get your copy of the book and avail yourself all the tips you need to manage the condition before it gets out of hand and keep you out of circulation! Yes, it can get worse, and I don't think you will like to experience that stage of the Plantar fasciitis development.