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Le relâchement myofascial permet-il d'améliorer la douleur et la fonction des patients atteints de fasciite plantaire ?

Abstract : Persistent heel pain is quite common and can be very diverse. Often individuals are affected by plantar fasciitis. Concerning plantar fasciitis, 10 to 15% of the population will have at least one episode in their lifetime (in average 45 to 64 years). Plantar fasciitis, although its etymology means "inflammation of the plantar fascia", corresponds to a degenerative attack of the sole of the foot that is accompanied by inflammation. The damage is often unilateral. It is experienced as a sensation of a nail in the shoe at the heel. It is aggravated by walking, prolonged standing, climbing and descending stairs and disappears at rest.
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Rebecca Assouline. Le relâchement myofascial permet-il d'améliorer la douleur et la fonction des patients atteints de fasciite plantaire ?. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03353789⟩

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