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Κυριακή, 10 Ιανουαρίου 2016

At last I have an article that looks even deeper into plantar fasciitis. One muscle is not mentioned but
I have made a video on this, I will post this in the comments.
this we will cover in our Orthopedic Reflexology courses.
Not Just Fascia
The pain associated with plantar fasciitis is localized to the underside of the heel towards this inside of the foot. Often overlooked when talking about this injury are the muscles that share an insertion with the plantar fascia. Looking at the muscles in the sole of the foot you can see that the flexor digitorum brevis muscle runs directly above the plantar fascia. On the inside part of the heel the abductor hallucis, an important arch stabilizer muscle, attaches.
Foot Intrinsics Plantar Fasciitis
It’s not certain that the pain associated with this condition originates in the plantar fascia. Many of the diagnostic features with this condition (e.g. bone spurs, thickened fascia) are also found in people without heel pain, and likewise may be absent in people presenting with the injury.
There’s a fair chance the pain is the result of a tendon problem of the muscles deep to the fascia, rather than the fascia itself. The role the foot muscles play in this condition will be discussed later in the article.

Orthopedic Reflexology Plantar fasciiatis approach