Plantar fasciitis is one of most nagging and limiting orthopedic pathologies in the foot. It's estimated that nearly 2 million Americans experience plantar fasciitis each year and is the most common condition of the foot for runners. Plantar fasciitis can be defined as inflammation of the plantar fascia+perifascial tissues due to repetitive microtrauma from excessive traction and/or loading forces. How do you know whether you MAY have plantar fasciitis and how do you get plantar fasciiis prehab? Keep reading to find out!

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Plantar fasciitis is the most common foot condition treated by healthcare providers today. It has been estimated that plantar fasciitis effects approximately 2 million individuals each year, and will effect over 10% of the population over oneโ€™s lifetime.

Plantar fasciitis, as it is most commonly diagnosed, is local irritation, microtears, or tensile overload with/without inflammation to the plantar aponeurosis of the foot.
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