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Plantar FasciitisThe injury is usually a tear of the plantar fascia closest to the heel that causes an area of irritation or a lump to form on the inside of the heel. The plantar fascia is there to help attach the muscles to the bottom of the foot, provide protection to the plantar nerves and vessels, provide shock absorption, and create equal transmission to the biomechanical forces placed upon the foot. With an injury or inflammation to this area any movement that requires a push off of the toes will cause pain.