Hurst Podiatry Blog

How do I know if I have Plantar Fasciitis?

The most common symptoms for plantar fasciitis are pain in the arch and the heel typically after periods of non-weight bearing. Patients will often report noticing the pain first thing in the morning in particular. The pain is most commonly described as a deep ache or bruised feel often people will begin to experience pain on the other foot or other areas of the foot as they try to compensate and walk on other less painful regions of the foot.

We can help you determine definitively what your injury is through a series of clinical tests and if needed diagnostic imaging like xray, ultrasound, MRi or a CT scan.

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