Plantar Fasciitis Myths

Plantar fasciitis is not caused by heel spurs. A heel spur is a small bone growth on the calcaneus (heel).

Only one out of every 10 people will ever have a heel spur, and only one out of 20 of those people will feel heel pain because of it.

Plantar fasciitis has many causes, but the most common–tightness in the calf muscles–can be treated by neuromuscular massage.

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