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by Mathew John (2020-01-02)

If your muscles are sore due to Joint FLX Joint FLX Review Review strenuous exercise, be sure to get plenty of rest to give your body a chance to recover. If you have soreness or pain on a regular basis it's a good idea to look into some treatments or therapies that do not involve popping pills.Why does it seem like there is an epidemic of heel pain in the United States? Everyone I talk to has had plantar fasciitis or at least has heard of it. Many can even spell it correctly. (Isn't that scary!) Most people suffer for months and even years before they seek medical attention. Even those treated with traditional methods seem to take just about forever to get better. And there are more voodoo treatments available than Carter has liver pills. Why is that? Seems to me that there is a lot of money in heel pain!What causes heel pain or plantar fasciitis? Most experts agree that plantar fasciitis is caused by too much stretching of the plantar fascia, usually because of excessive pronation or flattening of the arch of your foot while you walk. Some people just have excessive stretch because they have flat feet. Others have really high arches and their fascia is under a lot of stress in normal walking. Some are just too heavy.It can be triggered by an injury like simply falling off a curb, excessive stress by a new exercise program, poorly supporting shoes, and many other increases in stress like a new job or carrying heavy objects. There is even one theory that states that plantar fasciitis is caused by weakening of the muscles of our feet from wearing shoes all of our lives. Hmm...Will have to look at that a little closer in the biomechanics lab.