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Plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis

It 'an inflammation of the fibrous bundles which covers the foot, a typical problem that can arise in a runner, these bundles are very durable, starting from the heel of the foot up to the fingers. Excessive stress on the heel during the race causing an inflammation of these beams that can localize in the same or extend across the sole of the foot. The pain may occur at the center of the heel or the middle foot, sometimes the intensity of pain is also likely to restrict the normal walk. One other reason that may cause inflammation may also be reduced extensibility of the Achilles tendon as a result of a previous inflammation or rupture have not yet been treated well, or because there may be a considerable discrepancy between the mileage and their athletic training, a 'can be in loving other cause excessive weight when it runs very slowly, in fact in this case, the workload of the foot is larger, it would be ideal for a runner with a not insignificant burden of running more supported, even if the race is more demanding, this will decrease the time support of the foot, but this does not cause overload of work on the other hand, in these cases must be careful in the choice of protective footwear.
The plantar fasciitis treatment is almost always with absolute rest for a period of six weeks to three or four months. Here too we must not make the mistake of resuming the race before the pain has disappeared completely, because even if the pain is not as sharp as when the band had to stop the activity, just a few workouts to get back to the starting point.