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 What are the plantar nerves?

Answer The plantar nerves are associated with the feet. The network of nerves controls the motions of the muscles of the feet and relays pain from the feet to the brain.OriginPlantar nerves branch from th... Read More »
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Are the jaw nerves&eye nerves connected?

Jaw nerves and eye nerves found in the human head are not necessarily connected, but there are cranial nerves that control certain functions of both the eye, jaw and the rest of the face.Source:Cra... Read More »
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Plantar Fasciitis?

How bad is it? I had PF from running -- I went to see an athletic podiatrist who gave me great advice and it is completely gone now! He recommended orthodics, taping your arches and stretching. I t... Read More »
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What is plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common orthopedic complaints relating to the foot and is characterized by pain and inflammation of the thick tissue on the bottom of the foot.SymptomsPain on th... Read More »
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What is plantar fasciaitis?

Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the bundle of ligaments at the bottom of the foot. It is the most common cause of chronic heel pain, occurring in either or both feet.DefinitionPlantar fasci... Read More »
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