Plantar Fasciitis Heel Pain

Plantar Fasciitis? Its a pain in the Heel

Plantar Fasciitis

Things you must know about Heel Pain

Heel pain is a common foot condition. One may experience intense pain while you place weight on your heel. The pain usually builds up gradually and gets worse over time. Walking usually improves the pain, but it often gets bad again after walking or standing for a long time.

This type of pain could be due to the overuse of a tissue known as Plantar Fascia. Plantar Fascia is a broad, thick band of tissue that runs from under the heel to the front of the foot, helping to maintain the arch of the foot. In Plantar Fasciitis, the pain is felt under the heel and usually on the inside, and sometimes along the arch, mostly on walking and running.plantar fasciitis treatment

Things You Must Know About Plantar Fasciitis

  • People who run or jog regularly, and older adults who are 40-60 years of age, are the two main groups affected by heel pain.
  • Overweight individuals are also more at risk.
  • Correct diagnosis is important: Heel pain could be caused due to different reasons. Let a qualified doctor diagnose the correct reason.
  • Rest your heel: This may not be easy. But avoiding walking long distances and standing for long periods will surely help.
  • Pain relief: Techniques such as icing, massage, ultrasound or electrical muscle stimulation can help to reduce the pain.
  • Stretching the calf muscles and the plantar fascia and strengthening of the intrinsic foot muscles can improve the foot mechanics and relieve the stress on the fascia.
  • Foot mobilizations and supportive taping is also known to have worked well.
  • Use of well fitting, appropriate shoes/orthotics: Use of well fitting, appropriate shoes/orthotics.

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Buttock Pain? Is your heavy wallet to blame

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Is your heavy wallet to blame?

Do you experience a sharp pain right at the centre of your buttock; especially when you sit? Do you get a sharp shooting pain radiating down your legs?

Well, this could be because of your big fat wallet. When it comes to wallet, size matters !

Carrying a big wallet in your back pocket can cause a major trouble to your back & buttocks. Your wallet may be a one stop locale for keeping your cards, cash, bills & coins. But sitting with heavy wallets in your back pocket can put a lot of stress on your buttocks, back and hip. The problem starts when your nerve in the buttock, known as SCIATIC NERVE gets pinched between your wallet & buttock. It causes pain in your hip and/or buttock. It can also cause pain all the way from your buttock down your leg.

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SI Joint / Pelvic Pain – Do’s & Don’ts

Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction can cause significant discomfort and pain in sitting and lying down. The Hip joint seems to have got locked and does not allow smooth transition from one position to another. Following are few techniques that can help significantly to ease such restricted movement and pain.

1. Rolling Over in Bed:

To roll over from your back to your side, bend one knee, placing your foot on the bed.  Push the heel down, slightly lifting your buttocks and turn towards the side on which the leg is still extended straight. The top arm helps the turning motion.

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