Fasciectomy, plantar fascia

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What is a Fasciectomy, Plantar Fascia?

A fasciectomy is a procedure that involves removing some or all of the plantar fascia, a band of connective tissue located on the underside of the foot.

Why would I get a Fasciectomy, Plantar Fascia?

A fasciectomy is often performed if other treatments, such as rest, physical therapy, splinting, and/or medications have been unsuccessful in relieving pain and inflammation caused by conditions such as plantar fasciitis and heel spurs.

What happens during a Fasciectomy, Plantar Fascia?

A fasciectomy procedure typically involves an incision in the fascia of the foot to remove scar tissue, bone spurs, or part of the plantar fascia. During the procedure, local, general, or spinal anesthesia may be used.

What to expect after a Fasciectomy, Plantar Fascia Procedure?

Immediately after a fasciectomy procedure, you may experience some swelling, pain, and discomfort. Your doctor may recommend using crutches to limit your movement, and wearing special shoes or inserts to take pressure off your feet. Recovery times vary, but typically take 6-8 weeks.

Conclusion

A fasciectomy is a procedure to remove some or all of the plantar fascia. It is commonly used to relieve the pain and inflammation caused by conditions like plantar fasciitis or heel spurs. During the procedure, an incision is made to remove any scar tissue or bone spurs. You may experience some pain, swelling, and discomfort following the procedure, and your doctor may recommend crutches and special shoes or inserts. Recovery typically takes 6-8 weeks.

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