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Posts Tagged ‘Plantar Fascilitis’

Are Heel Spurs Causing Your Foot Pain?

Heel Spurs are calcium deposits that develop on the underside of the heel bone that sometimes become a painful bony protrusion. Though not always painful, they often develop as a sub-condition of Plantar Fasciitis. What Causes a Heel Spur? Heel spurs are developed when an excessive amount of strain or stretching is placed on theREAD MORE ›

4 Common Foot Problems Athletes Face

Athletes, from runners to ball players, put a great deal of wear and tear on their feet. They are no stranger to foot injuries. Athletes make up the largest group of patients seen by podiatrists at Dallas foot center, Metroplex Foot & Ankle. Impact movements, side-to-side movements, running, jumping and repetitive use place athletes atREAD MORE ›

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

What Causes Plantar Fasciitis Arch Pain? The plantar fasciitis is a thick, fibrous ligament in the arch of the foot. This ligament attaches into the heel bone and fans out towards the ball of the foot and attaches into the base of the toes. It acts as a shock absorber while walking and stretches asREAD MORE ›