Outcomes of high-load strength training in plantar fasciitis

High-load strength training vs. plantar-specific stretching in plantar fasciitis

The histopathology of plantar fasciitis (PF), even though poorly understood, presents a lot of similarities with tendinopathy; degenerative changes, deterioration of collagen fibers, increased secretion of ground substance proteins, focal areas of fibroblast proliferation, increased vascularity et cetera.


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