The pains in fibromyalgia are amplified, plantar fasciitis is a problem related to the muscles so the amplification of pain can end up making it limiting. Foot pain in fibromyalgia and its limitations are more than justified. Yes you have developed a very intense pain in the heel or sole of the foot and you have not given any blow it may be due to a plantar fasciitis.
Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the thick tissue in the plant or lower part of the foot. This tissue is called plantar fascia and is the one that connects the calcaneus to the fingers and creates the arch of the foot.
Plantar fasciitis is caused by continuous traumatisms in walking, over stretching of the Achilles tendon, by inadequate shoes and overload of work in the area. The pain of plantar fasciitis is characterized by pain PREVIOUSLY OF PREDOMINIO IN NIGHTTIME VESPERTINE.
Remember plantar fasciitis is a very common problem, if you suffer fibromyalgia the pain may be more intense or recover more slowly, it is only a matter of time. The doctor can give you a treatment without the need for any imaging test.
Prevent Foot Pain in Fibromyalgia
- Problems with the arch of the foot (both flat foot and high plantar arch).
- Obesity or sudden weight gain
- Running long distances, especially running downhill or on uneven surfaces.
- Sudden weight gain
- Achilles tendon (the tendon that connects the muscles of the calf to the heel) taut.
- Shoes with poor arch support or soft soles.
Plantar fasciitis and spur Is there a relationship?
It is commonly thought that plantar fasciitis is caused by a spur in the heel, but research has determined that this is not the case. On radiographs, heel spurs are seen in people with and without plantar fasciitis.