Re: chronic plantar fasciopathy

Yes, I've seen plenty of folks with plantar fascitis that have no heel pain. I have kinesiotaped people with excellent results, along with exercises and stretches. Most times plantar fascitis is caused by a heel spur, thus the cause of heel pain. And at other times it's just the plantar fascitis by itself, then most times you will have no heel pain.

Posted By Mary E PT on February 19, 2010 at 22:20:23:

In Reply to: chronic plantar fasciopathy posted by Marie on February 01, 2010 at 23:25:05:

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