What is Causing Your Heel Pain?

If you are experiencing heel pain it could be due to these causes:

Plantar fasciitis is most commonly seen in long distance runners and accounts for a significant percentage of all running injuries. The running conditions that someone is exposed to can have an important effect. Running on hills or awkward terrain can lead to plantar fasciitis. However, this condition is not limited to runners or athletes.
 

The most common causes for plantar fasciitis are:

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Associated Foot & Ankle Centers of Northern Virginia, PC

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