What is Plantar Fasciitis? Can we get the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis using stemcell therapy


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Toni Pauze Profile
Toni Pauze answered

It’s kinda like the common cold really no cure.  Google it you can treat it yourself.

Darren Wolfgang Profile
Darren Wolfgang answered


Your foot has thick, fibrous band of tissue (''fascia'') reaching from your
heel to your toes. These tissues support the muscles and arch of the
foot. When they’re overly stretched, tiny tears can occur in their
surface. This can cause pain and inflammation.


Doctors once thought this type of pain was caused by bony growths called heel spurs. Now they believe that heel spurs are the result -- not the cause -- of pain from plantar fasciitis.

        What Causes It?

A number of things can contribute to plantar fasciitis. While men can get plantar fasciitis, it’s more common in women. You're also more likely  to suffer from this condition as you age or if you’re overweight or on your feet for several hours a day.


Your risk also increases if you:

  • Wear worn-out shoes with thin soles
  • Have flat feet or a very high arch
  • Often wear high-heeled shoes
  • Have tight Achilles tendons, or “heel cords”
  • Have an unusual walk or foot position

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

No reason to get stem cells involved when 90% of plantar fasciitis is caused by tight muscles in the back of the legs.

Stretch them over a period of weeks.

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