Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis
What is Plantar Fasciitis?
Heel pain was called Plantar Fasciitis. Plantar Fasciitis is a type of tissue that starts from the heel and extends to the toes. This tissue acts as a shock absorber. This tissue if injured or stressed can cause leg pain.
Causes for Plantar Fasciitis / Heel pain
1. Standing constantly.
2. Shape of feet (flat foot or more curved)
3. Wrong footwear
4. Wrong walking method.
5. Being overweight can put a full load on the plantar fascia
6. Age – Women between 40 and 60 are more likely to suffer from plantar fasciitis.
Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis / Heel pain
-Unbearable pain when walking in the morning
-The pain is from the heel to the toe.
-Severe pain when trying to stand.
How to prevent Plantar Fasciitis / Heel pain
Exercises for Plantar Fasciitis (Exercises for Plantar Fasciitis)
If you need exercise to reduce the pain of Plantar Fasciitis, do the following types of exercises.
– When you wake up in the morning, hold the toe by hand and stretch it for 10 seconds 3 times. (Pulling towards the feet)
– Place a ball or bottle under the heel of the foot, and roll your feet 10times over it.
-Thera band or towel is to be held in the toes and grabbed and pulled with both hands. Hold it by your side for 10 seconds and then relax and release. This exercise should be done 10 times.
– Take wall support and stand with both hands on the wall, in the next step bend at the knee.
If you have Plantar Fasciitis, don’t ignore it as Plantar Fasciitis can cause knee pain, hip pain and back pain. Therefore, it is very important to reduce Plantar Fasciitis.
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What Is Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT)?
Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT), also termed as biventricular pacing, involves the use of a special kind of pacemaker known as a biventricular pacemaker – that works by sending small electrical impulses through the leads attached to it, in order to keep the right and left ventricles pumping together, called AV synchrony. It is designed to help the ventricles contract normally and improve the heart’s rhythm and symptoms associated with arrhythmia or heart failure.
How Does A Biventricular Pacemaker Works?
The pacemaker is implanted just below the collarbone. There are three wires connected to the devices monitor that helps in detecting heart rate irregularities and in synchronizing the heart by emitting tiny pulses of electricity to correct them.
The doctor performs several tests to diagnose the find the cause of irregular heartbeats, before implanting a biventricular pacemaker. These tests are performed using:
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