How do I know if I have plantar fasciitis?
This condition has some typical symptoms keeping it easy for identification. The most common and significant complaint of the people suffering from plantar fasciitis is the pain at the bottom of their heel. However, some patients suffer from a pain in the mid-foot area. These types of pain gradually develop over a point of time, affecting just one of your feet. However, it can at times be seen in both the feet also.
Some people say that they experience a dull pain, while some others a sharp pain in the bottom of their foot. There may also be a burning or tingling pain that generates from the bottom of the foot that gradually extends to the exterior or the outer part of the heel. The pain is generally experienced in greater intensity in the morning as soon as you get up and walk a few steps out of your bed. Stair climbing becomes very difficult as the heel would have got very stiff. After a prolonged activity by the people, they experience a pain that flares up due to the severity of the inflammation.