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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

It is the most common reason for heel pain nowadays. It causes inflammation of a thick muscle that runs through the foot and helps in joining the heel bone to the toe structure. Overweight and wearing shoes with less support system can cause plantar fasciitis.

It commonly ends up producing stabbing pain that is most painful during an early morning walk. With the passage of time, as we move around the pain gradually decreases. Runners are at high risk of developing it. 

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What is Plantar Fasciitis?

The plantar fascia has a shape of “bowstring” that supports the arch of the foot. It is responsible for the task of absorbing shock as we walk around. Increased tension on the arch can result in “small tears” in the fascia, then even a little stress can cause inflammation in the fascia. 

It is the reason behind painful sensations in the bottom of the foot closer to the heel. Pain is often worse initially but gets reduced as we take a few steps after waking up. BioFlex Pakistan is best at treating plantar fasciitis and other medical disorders.

Types of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is the top most orthopedic issue these days. Plantar fascia actually tolerates a lot wear & tear in daily life. There are two types of the plantar fasciitis:

Acute Plantar Fasciitis

This is the type of the plantar fasciitis that is triggered by a particular injury. It is the condition in which only sma;ll tears happen and cause irritation as we walk. Good look after can easily help in recovery but constant pressure can make the condition even worse.

Chronic Plantar Fasciitis

It is the type of plantar fasciitis that gets worse with the passage of time. We can also call it the advanced stage of acute plantar fasciitis. In this case it is hard to move the feet, tissues and muscles around the injury are badly swollen.

    Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

    It is the result of over-stressed plantar fascia. It usually only affects a single foot but it can also reach out the other foot in severe cases. Like several degenerative issues, plantar fasciitis also have the following causes:

    • Wear & tear of fascia
    • Tissue strain
    • Improper flexibility of the tendons
    • Deficient support
    • Improper movement of the calf muscle
    • Pinched nerve
    • Heel fat thinning
    • Stress fracture

    Signs and Symptoms of the Plantar Fasciitis

    Increased pressure on the plantar fascia ligaments causes plantar fascia. Few important symptoms of the plantar fasciitis are listed ahead:

    • Stabbing pain
    • Pain after exercise
    • Dull pain sharp pain
    • Burning on the lower foot
    • Ache beneath the foot
    • Stiffness

    Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis

    BioFlex Pakistan treats various medical conditions with the help of a laser therapy that is non-invasive, painless, and cold technology. It does not have any post-therapy side effects and is the most effective technology for speeding up healing.

    Over 2 million patients are successfully treated with our technology each year and fortunately, now BioFlex is offering Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis in Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, and Karachi.

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