The term Plantar Fasciitis is often used as an umbrella diagnosis to cover all sorts of types of heel pain.
A true plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the band itself , usually on the tightest side between the heel and the big toe. Heel pain itself can be a complex mixture of injury to different structures around the heel and ankle, involving much more than just the plantar fascia.


It is essential to achieve an accurate picture of what structures are actually causing your pain, to ensure we are using the best treatment for your particular heel pain problem.
Tarsal tunnel syndrome is an entrapment of nerves around the middle side of your ankle, that can mimic plantar fasciitis.
This condition needs a different treatment approach to a classic case of plantar fasciitis.





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