Solving lastingly the plantar fasciitis using Winback:

You experience episodic pain in your foot in the morning and at night? You have the unsettling feeling that a thorn is stuck in your heel when you try to step on it? You’re probably facing plantar fasciitis. Winback analyze the origins of this inconvenience and how to solve it durably.

The causes of plantar fasciitis:

This pathology comes from an inflammation of the fibrous membrane covering the arch of your foot. When the aponeurosis is extremely in demand, the muscle tissue gathers excessive micro-traumas, until the bone is deformed. The sportspersons having use of impetuses or repeated requests, for instance runners, of whom 10% are affected by fasciitis, are extremely touched.

Yet it would be reductive to limit the appearance of fasciitis to these activities. Matter of fact, the latter can come into being to persons whose way to run is wrong, suffering from obesity, or simply that wear poorly fitted shoes. An arch of the foot that is too arched or too erased can also be a factor that favours its manifestation.

Treating plantar fasciitis with Winback:

To be sure that the situation is that of a fasciitis, consult your doctor. On some X-ray we can notice a thorn in the heel bone (calcaneum), however, this isn’t the undeniable proof for a fasciitis. Matter of fact, what constitutes the pathology is the inflammation. You’ll have to consult a physiotherapist so that he can soften the aponeurosis with massages. Choosing a professional equipped with Winback technology guarantees a much more effective vascularization and an average rehabilitation twice as fast. Winback also has the advantage over anti-inflammatory drugs that it directly solves the problem at the source. From the first session the pain vanishes, and only a few are enough to allow you to resume regular physical activity serenely.

Winback‘s advice to avoid any risk of relapse:.

During the whole convalescence period we encourage you to rest so as not to increase inflammation. We also encourage you to maintain the new flexibility that the intervention of the health professional has given you, so that you avoid any risk of seeing the pain reappear. Lastly, if you think that the problem came from your shoe, we recommend that you consult a podiatrist so that he can establish with you a solution adapted to your foot so that this discomfort is only a distant memory.