Reasons to Get Plantar Fascia

When the connective tissues under your feet are injured, it is known as Plantar fasciitis. Planter fasciitis mostly affects walkers, runners, and hikers, and any individual, who has to work for a long time in a standing like a cashier. When you walk on hard floor for a long time, you can get torn plantar fascia.

You can get yourself treated for a torn plantar fascia with the help of Dr. Sima Soltani. She has 20 years of experience as a podiatrist and has a clinic in Irvine that is highly recommended to get any sort of treatment done for the foot.

The effects of plantar fasciitis can be as follows:

  • It can cause pain in the foot arch or pain in the heel.
  • There is a common symptom of foot pain in the morning.
  • Plantar fasciitis is quite different from heel spurs and flat feet. As they seem to be related it confuses people a lot.

The foot starts to enter pronation as they land on the floor. The mobility in the foot depends on the pronation in the feet. The mobility helps in adapting to the surface. The arch is lowered with the body weight and the tissues get loaded. The following loading function should quickly be transformed into propulsion (exploding function).

With the functioning of supination in the foot, the mobile of the foot is transformed into a stable structure. The foot is ready for propulsion while they are in a supinated position. The stability is contributed by the PF. If in any situation the foot does not get supinated then the stability of your foot is at risk.

The PF would have to control more stress if there were no capsular, bony, and muscular support on the feet. Plantar fasciitis is a clinical symptom that is the result of excessive strain. Plantar fascia tear is the most common consequence that happens in the heel.

There is a high count of people who experience plantar fasciitis who have unlocked foot as their foot fails to adequately supinate before the push-off phase in walking. The cause can arise anywhere in the body.

Same side of the leg: In case of the same side leg, the dysfunction, which allows the excessive pronation in the foot or the prevention of supination in the foot can be the suspects.

  • Absence of ankle joint bend.
  • Stiff calf group.
  • Butt muscles being weak.

The opposite side of the leg: the reason for the cause is the condition that saves the proper push-off of the leg. When the push is effective the pelvis gets rotated towards the front leg. The rotation of the pelvis causes the front leg to rotate in the outward direction.

  • Absence of bending ankle or stiff muscle
  • Limited extension of the hip.
  • Limited or painful big toe extension.

There can be many issues with your feet, there can be lantar fasciitis tear, painful heel, but to get out of any of the problems there is only one thing you need to do, get in touch with the best podiatrist.