Plantar fasciitis occurs when you have a tissue on the bottom of your feet that connects with your heel bone and with your toes that becomes inflamed. When this tissue becomes inflamed, it can cause intense pain that is usually focused on your heel. This muscle strain or tear can make it painful to walk around.
When it comes to taking care of yourself when you have plantar fasciitis, it is best to try therapies and medication in order to treat the pain before you move onto surgical options.
A rather sizable chunk of musculoskeletal issues can be improved by improving your posture and your step. But, if you're like a lot of people, you never really learned the right ways to stand or walk for optimal health -- you've just been walking as you've always walked, choosing shoes mainly for style, comfort, and price rather than whether the arch support was correct. This combined with poor-quality shoes, a lack of stretching, and other factors can lead to foot, leg, and back problems.