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POSSIBLE CLINICAL SYMPTOMS

  • Lateral Ankle Instability

  • Peroneal Tendonitis

  • Heel Pain

  • 5th Metatarsal Base Pressure

  • Lower Back Pain

  • Sesamoiditis, Hammer Toes

  • Knee Recurvatum

  • Poor Shock Attenuation

  • Excessive Supination

  • Narrow or Cross-over Gait

About Heel Pain

If your pain is in your heel, you may have plantar fasciitis. That’s an irritation or inflammation of the band of tough tissue connecting the heel bone to the toes. Usually, it hurts the worst in the morning when you’re getting out of bed. You can feel it in your heel or in your arch.

To treat it:

  • Rest your foot.

  • Do heel and foot muscle stretches.

  • Take over-the-counter pain relievers.

  • Wear shoes with good arch support and a cushioned sole.