Plantar fasciitis occurs when the flat ligament on the bottom of the foot that runs between the heel and the foot pad is stretched in an awkward position. If the plantar fascia is strained, small tears may develop in the ligament. As a result, the ligament becomes inflamed, making it painful to put pressure on the affected foot. Generally, plantar fasciitis causes heel pain that can either be minor or can actually affect your ability to walk. The good news is that only about 5 out of every 100 people end up needing surgery, while an overwhelming majority of people are able to cure the condition using simple home remedies or a physical therapy routine.
Watch Dr. DeFabio’s video below to learn the simple wrapping method for yourself!
Say Goodbye to Troublesome Foot and Heel Pain
Reviewed by Justin Jamil