What is a torn plantar fascia?

Answer The plantar fascia ligament runs along the bottom of your foot, connecting the heel bone to your toes. It supports the arch of the foot, and helps with the foot's movements. A tear can make walking... Read More »

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What are the treatments for ruptured plantar fascia?

The plantar fascia is a band of tissue that is located on the bottom of the foot. A ruptured plantar fascia is a painful condition that can be caused by strain on the area. This occurs in runners, ... Read More »

I am Worried About Surgery, Has Anyone Had An Impinged, Torn Tendon With A Torn Rotator Cuff?

see what happens when your tossing Obama supporters under the bus, Some of them can be pretty big and hard to lift. Next time get some help and try not to take on anyone over 250. ( it's hard on th... Read More »

What Type of Material to Use for Fascia Board?

Most modern homes built with conventional lumber and either hand-cut or trussed rafters are fitted with fascia boards to cover the exposed rafter ends. The fascia protects the rafters from weather ... Read More »

What is a plantar wart?

Plantar warts are warts that grow on the bottom of you foot---usually on the ball, heel or sole. Human papilloma virus, or HPV, is the most common cause of plantar warts. Without treatment, plantar... Read More »