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Common Questions Answered
1. What are common causes of plantar fasciitis?
Some common causes include changing your routine or habits, such as beginning a new running program without properly preparing. Other causes are from walking barefoot on hard surfaces when your body is used to soft surfaces.
2. What potential harm or damage from taking drugs or medication such as a cortisone injection?
Certain medications, when taking for an extended period of time can cause tissue breakdown or even a full tearing of the tendons and ligaments. This is why most surgeons limit the number of injections you may receive each year.
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Chris Taylor, PT is a licensed physical therapist in Asheville, NC specializing in foot/ankle pain and has successfully treated thousands of patients over the past 16 years.
"I had plantar fasciitis in both heels and suffered for 3 years. I tried it all including cortisone shots. I walked in to Physio limping in pain. I walked out with no limp." - Mary Jo (Patient)
"I've struggled with this (left foot mostly) for about 2 1/2 years - I felt the difference after 2 minutes! I am definitely going to incorporate this stretch into my daily routine. Simply amazing - Thanks Chris!" - Lia Morlan
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Whether you have foot, ankle, achilles, IT Band, calf or knee pain, this information is for you.