A common overuse injury that I hear from runners is plantar fasciitis, a painful strain in the foot.
It turns out that plantar fasciitis is not an inflammatory injury; the ligament actually accumulates tiny tears which contribute to the foot pain.
Another drug-free option for helping plantar fasciitis subside is to incorporate more leg stretching into your daily routine.


I’ve heard that plantar fasciitis is a tough injury to recover from as it can take a really long time (months, at least) to feel back to normal. Plantar Fasciitis (pronounced PLAN-tar fashee-EYE-tiss) is an inflammation of the plantar fascia. A sign of plantar fasciitis is pain in the middle to front region of the heel, especially in the first few steps of running or walking when you have been inactive for a long period of time.


The most common causes of plantar fasciitis are a lack of arch support in the shoes, increase in activity, lack of flexibility in the calf muscles, being overweight, using unstable shoes on hard ground, or spending too much time on your feet.



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