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no morning pain

Posted by ross r on 3/05/01 at 23:53 (040527)

I have been diagnosed with PF but have never felt 'first thing in the morning pain' My pain comes after 15-20 minutes of being on my feet and gets worse the longer I am standing. How do I know if I really have PF? Is it possible to not have the morning pain but still have PF.

Thanks

Re: no morning pain

Dr. Zuckerman on 3/06/01 at 01:33 (040528)

You could also have posterior tibial tendonitis that is causing the plantar fasciitis.

Re: no morning pain

ross r on 3/06/01 at 16:40 (040626)

Can you explain what posterior tibial tendonitis is and if I would feel anything else besides arch pain. Thanks.

Re: no morning pain

Dr. Zuckerman on 3/06/01 at 01:33 (040528)

You could also have posterior tibial tendonitis that is causing the plantar fasciitis.

Re: no morning pain

ross r on 3/06/01 at 16:40 (040626)

Can you explain what posterior tibial tendonitis is and if I would feel anything else besides arch pain. Thanks.