The most common symptom of plantar fasciitis is definitely a pain in the heel or the bottom of the foot. Some other clues that you might be dealing with plantar fasciitis include:
Plantar fasciitis may be caused by any number of factors. They include:
Experts estimate that anywhere between four to seven percent of the population is dealing with heel pain at any time. Of these people, it’s estimated that about 80% have pain caused by plantar fascitis. In fact, about 10% of people will encounter this problem at some point. And as is the case with many things, your risk goes up with age.
If you have heel pain that might be caused by plantar fasciitis, call in an expert. Contact a Chicago podiatrist who treats plantar fasciitis today. Podiatrist Centers has two locations. Call 773-375-7106 for our Chicago office and 708-422-4300 for our Evergreen Park office.