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Womens Plantar Fasciitis
A common cause can be the foot becoming over pronated (rolling in, loss of the arch) and this causes strain on the plantar fascia and consequently the pain. It is often worse after rest, as the fascia has contracted and when you stand, it stretches and is re-injured again. A professional diagnosis of this condition from a podiatrist is beneficial for the correct treatment plan which can include foot orthoses (inserts) and cushioning, supportive shoes to relieve the strain on the arches and absorb shock on the heels.