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Plantar Fasciitis Pain Is Related To Trigger Points September 7, 2017

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 Plantar Fasciitis Pain Is Related To Trigger Points, Lincoln, Nebraska

If you’re dealing with persistent heel and foot pain, you might be suffering from plantar fasciitis. While more common among middle-aged people, the condition can also affect younger individuals who spend much of the day on their feet. Those who walk or run for exercise are prone to develop symptoms of plantar fasciitis. Learning about it and it’s causes in detail can help you make an informed choice about your treatment and pain management options.

A Guide Plantar Fasciitis

What Is It?

Considered the most common cause of heel pain and foot pain, this condition affects the fascia, muscles and ligaments of the lower leg and between the toe and heel bone. Any strain or injury to the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles and ligaments of the lower leg can cause the formation of trigger points resulting in referral pain to the foot and heel. Walking becomes very painful!

What Are the Contributing Causes?

Plantar FasciitisPlantar fasciitis commonly affects individuals with flat or high-arched feet.  Wearing uncomfortable and ill-fitting footwear can worsen the pain, especially if you spend much of your day walking or standing.

What Are the Symptoms?

Patients suffering from this foot condition experience intense pain in the heel and foot when getting out of bed in the morning. That’s because prolonged periods of immobility, as in sleeping for eight hours, can lead to muscle stiffness caused by trigger points. The pain may lessen in degree once you walk a little and stretch the muscles out. However, additional stress throughout the day can increase the severity of pain.

Are There Treatment Options?

Trigger point release therapy along with foot stretching and pain management are important steps to ensure proper healing from plantar fasciitis.

A certified trigger point therapist will evaluate and locate the trigger points. Release of the trigger points will provide significant comfort from this condition. The skilled techniques improve muscular fluidity and blood flow around the inflamed muscles and ligaments. The treatment is followed by stretching and a home stretch plan to help retrain the muscles and prevent recurrence of the pain


Ensure quick relief from plantar fasciitis with specialized massage treatments at Trigger Point Myotherapy. Nationally Certified Trigger Point Therapist Christine Beckman works around every client’s individual needs to promote faster healing from pain symptoms. For further information about her expert services in Lincoln, NE, call (404) 228-8955 or visit the practice’s website.

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