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What are different homeopathic remedies for Plantar Fascitis? – Part 1

• Plantar Fascitis occurs when there is swelling in plantar fascia.
• Plantar Fascitis is the arch tendon in the foot.
• When the injury is due to overuse, it causes pain in the heel which can spread into the foot as well.
• Plantar fasciitis is also known as a heel spur.
• Heel spur and plantar fascitis are not same in a strict sense.
• The bony growth is known as a heel spur.
• When plantar fascitis is connected to the bone of heel, heel spur occurs.
• It is not necessary to have symptoms with heel spur.
• There can be pain in the heel when it is not having heel spur.
• The Plantar Fascia, also known as arch tendon is a band of tissue that is broad and thick.
• This tendon spans from the heel to foot front.
• A tear or a rupture can occur at the origin of the arch ligament.
• This results in inflammation and pain.
• Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation of the thick tissue.
• This tissue is located on the bottom of the foot that causes heel pain and disability.

Causes of Plantar Fascitis

• Repetitive microtrauma
• Obesity
• Occupations requiring prolonged standing
• Heel spurs
• Pes planus
• Reduced dorsiflexion of the ankle.

Symptoms of Plantar Fascitis

• Tenderness at site of attachment of planter fascia to calcaneum
• Tenderness at heel pad
• Pain beneath heel
• Pain that extends medially into sole
• Pain that gets worse on standing, walking.

Homeopathy Treatment & Homeopathic Remedies for Pain in Feet, Soles, Heel

1. Causticum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• Cramps in the feet
• Pains in the instep
• Pain in the ankle bones
• Pain in the soles of the feet
• Pain in the toes
• Pain on walking
• Neuralgic pains in the soles of the feet
• Contraction in the instep
• Tensive pain when stepping
• Coldness of the feet
• Swelling of the feet
• Pains in the varices
• Tingling in the soles of the feet
• Festering vesicles
• Ulceration on the heels
Adapted to persons with
– Dark hair and rigid fibre
– Weakly
– Psoric
– Excessively yellow, sallow complexion
– Subject to affections of respiratory and urinary tracts

2. Graphitis
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• Congestion in the legs and in the feet
• When standing upright
• Swelling of the legs and of the feet
• Hardness and shooting pain
• Stiffness of the instep
• Shooting pain, like that of an ulcer
• Pain in the heel and in the soles of the feet
• On rising from the sitting posture
• Cold feet, even in the evening in bed
• Feet burning
• Fetid sweat on the feet
• Contraction of the toes
• Swelling and distortion of the toes.
Suited to
– Excessive cautiousness
– Timid
– Hesitates
– Unable to decide about anything
– Fidgety while sitting at work
– Sad
– Despondent
– Music makes her weep
– Thinks of nothing but death.

3. Medorrhinum
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• Burning in feet
• Wants them uncovered and fanned
• Cold feet with chills all over
• Oedema of feet followed and better by diarrhea
• Soreness in ball of foot under toes
• Cold, sweating feet
• For the constitutional effects of mal-treated and suppressed Gonorrhoea
Persons suffering from:
– Gout
– Rheumatism
– Neuralgia
– Diseases of the spinal cord and its membranes
– Even organic lesions ending in paralysis
– Can be traced to a sycotic origin

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