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Wearing proper knee braces and supports can help, as well as PF Tape. This can immediately cut down or completely rid the heel from pain while working out.

What Athletes Should Know About Plantar Fasciitis

Pain is never easy to deal with, but when each and every step sends jolts of searing pain through the feet, it can be more than a little bit frustrating. You become scared to take a step for fear of the pain, and heaven forbid you have to be on your feet for hours on end. Workouts get pushed to the side and it can leave a person tired before they even try to workout. Yes, plantar fasciitis can be healed, but with no help, it could last a long time. To continue workouts in the interim, consider the following.

Wearing proper knee braces and supports can help, as well as PF Tape. This can immediately cut down or completely rid the heel from pain while working out.

Quality shoes make a huge difference. For runners especially, poorly fitting shoes can make the symptoms of plantar fasciltis even worse. As you heal, make sure the shoes you choose have thick padding to reduce the impact of the hard cement. Don't just hand test the shoes. Instead, take a short walk around the store, noting if they feel awkward quickly. If uncomfortable in the store, you know it will be on the track.

Everyday shoes can make a huge difference. Boots, sandals and heels can make the problem even worse. Find truly comfortable shoes, even your track shoes if necessary, for daily wear while you heal. However, make sure to continually check the tennis shoes for support, as they can run thin without your noticing.

Shoe inserts are a great idea to help with shoe wear. They provide some extra cushioning to the heel, making you feel more comfortable. This is especially helpful if the shoes you love are past their prime, but you're not ready to toss them. Remember, however, no matter how good the insert is, it can't compensate for a poorly choosen shoe.

With foot support from Mueller braces and supports, heel pain can be eliminated. Better safe than sorry, so tape up before your track or cross country meet or marathon.

By being proactive with your feet, many of the problems can be eliminated. Wearing supportive shoes all time, as opposed to just when your feet hurt, can help prevent the painful symptoms of plantar fasciltis. Take anti-inflammatories to help in the interim and take it easy when you do experience pain. If you see no relief, do not hesitate to see a doctor.

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