Complications of plantar fasciitis include neuromuscular damage and decreased ankle range of motion.
Management of plantar fasciitis includes stretching exercises.
Plantar fasciitis presents as an acute onset of pain localized to the ball of the foot that occurs when pressure is placed upon it and diminishes when pressure is released.
The pain of plantar fasciitis diminishes with warm water soaks.
Lack of aerobic exercise.
A low protein, high fat diet.
An estrogen deficiency or menopause.
Lack of exposure to sunshine.
Decrease the intake of vitamin A and D.
Walk or perform weight-bearing exercises out of doors.
Increase fiber in the diet.
When lifting, use a narrow base of support.
When lifting, bend the knees and loosen the abdominal muscles.
When lifting, avoid overreaching.
When lifting, place the load away from the body.
Fourth and fifth fingers.
Index and middle fingers.
Rotation, immersion, compression and elevation
Rotation, ice, compression, and examination
Rest, ice, compression, elevation
Rest, ice, circulation, and examination