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heel pain
heel spur

Plantar Fasciitis (a cause of heel pain) is one of the most common injuries that can result from over-pronation. The plantar fascia is a fiberous tissue which surrounds the muscles on the bottom of the foot. It anchors to the heel and the ball of the foot and runs the length of the arch.
Over-pronation flexes the arch and strains the plantar fascia. Too much strain can tear the plantar fascia, resulting in inflammation and extreme heel pain. The main symptom of plantar fasciitis is pain around the base of the heel and pain in the arch. The pain is usually at its worst in the morning when first getting out of bed but in some cases may persist all day long.
Feet Relief recommends using arch supports to treat heel pain stemming from Plantar Fasciitis. When used as directed, pain stemming from tears in the Plantar Fascia tissue can be eliminated in weeks when treated with arch supports. Other conventional treatments can take months to yield results, if they yield results at all.
Visit the Mayo Clinic, the latest chapter in a long and successful consumer health publishing history and read what the they have to say about heel pain and heel spurs.