A Sensation Of Burning In The Heel May Be A Sign Of Plantar Fasciitis
Are you experiencing burning heel pain when you first get out of bed in the morning, when you get out of your car, get up from a chair or when you’re walking throughout the day? Would you describe your heel discomfort as burning, hot, sore, tingling or prickling? You may be suffering from Plantar Fasciitis.
What Is Plantar Fasciitis?
Plantar Fasciitis is the number one cause of burning heel pain and is a condition which, if left untreated, can become debilitating over time. You may experience sporadic discomfort at first which can eventually lead to chronic pain that may result in a significant loss in your ability to lead a normal, active life.
The human foot is designed to bear the bounce and spring of normal activity. A flexible ligament that spans the arch of your foot from the heel to the ball, called the plantar fascia ligament, is designed to provide elastic support when you stand, walk and run. In the condition known as Plantar Fasciitis, this ligament begins to flex beyond its healthy range of motion, resulting in inflammation and small tissue tears. Simultaneously, the heel bone begins to bear down into its fatty tissue padding, causing the cushioning to wear thin. Hard calcium deposits, called bone spurs, may form on the heel bone, prodding the soft tissues with every step you take.
The result of these combined anomalies is that the sufferer experiences symptoms of burning in the heel, stabbing foot pains, strain on the tendons and muscles of the heel and calf, swelling and/or redness. Fortunately, Plantar Fasciitis can be treated in more than nine out of ten cases with non-invasive remedies. With the right techniques, most people can recover from Plantar Fasciitis and prevent its reoccurrence.
Get Quick Relief From Burning Heel Pain With These Smart Steps
If you’ve reached this article because you’re researching remedies for the burning sensation you’re currently experiencing in one or both heels, these steps can provide a fast reduction in your pain.
- Step 1: Put your feet up for 20 minutes, 2 times a day. Rest is essential to recovering from Plantar Fasciitis.
- Step 2: While you rest your feet, apply an ice pack to them. The cold will help to reduce inflammation.
- Step 3: Commit to a foot stretching regimen. Our free Plantar Fasciitis exercise videos will walk you through these simple stretches that almost anyone can accomplish on a daily basis for a significant reduction in pain.
- Step 4: Purchase an orthotic shoe insert designed to treat Plantar Fasciitis. HTP Heel Seats are clinically-tested and proven to help more than 90% of heel pain sufferers to recover. They come with a 100% money-back guarantee and are endorsed by the American Podiatric Medical Association. By wearing your Heel Seats daily, you will be supporting the stressed heel and plantar fasciitis ligament of your foot while the patented Fascia-Bar technology of the insert stimulates your body’s natural ability to heal itself via the application of therapeutic acupressure supplied by this unique product.
Rest, icing, stretches and the use of a proper orthotic should result in a significant reduction of burning in the heels and the other serious symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis. Most purchasers of HTP Heel Seats experience relief within 1-8 days and our customers tell us that our orthotics have changed their lives.
Don’t Ignore That Burning In Your Heels
Feelings of heat or pressure are ways our bodies signal to us that something is wrong. While it’s great to be a strong person who can tough out tough situations, this should never include trying to ignore medical symptoms. Fortunately, in the case of Plantar Fasciitis, your chances of recovery are extremely good if you take notice of the pain and treat it with the right combination of therapies, as described above.
At Heel That Pain, we urge you not to try to ignore your heel pain. Start treating your condition today for the best chance of waking up to a pain-free tomorrow.
Have questions about your heel pain or our products? Please phone our heel pain experts at 877-215-3200.