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Patients usually respond well to the combination of these therapies. Sometimes, corticosteroid injections are given to help alleviate symptoms. The problem with corticosteroids is that these often require several injections and this may lead to plantar fascia rupture.If all the above treatments and corticosteroid injections do not relieve heel pain, surgery is often the last option. Plantar fascia surgery is among the most widely used foot pain surgery. This involves cutting the plantar fascia to release it from the heel bone. This is expected to reduce tension in the plantar fascia to relieve symptoms of heel pain.


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