Plantar Fasciitis
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Written by Sandy Efflandt
Updated over a week ago

The term fascitis implies some form of inflammation in the connective tissues of the body. This is a common misdiagnosis made by doctors who do not understand trigger points, which can cause referred pain over fascial areas such as the IT band, joint capsules, tendons and fascial sheaths such as those on the bottom of the foot.

Many of the muscles in the lower body cause referral into the foot and the lower leg. These are often the same muscles that must adapt to conditions such as hyperpronation, and get stressed due to chronic overuse. Coaching The Body™ is a very successful approach for plantar fascitis, and we get to the origin of the pain so it doesn't return.

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