Ankle: Plantar fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis presents with pain that starts from the heel and then spreads to the entire sole of the foot.
The pain varies according to the severity of the problem, at the beginning it is bearable but if the inflammation is not treated it can become disabling.
The pain in the sole of the foot is more acute in the morning as the plantar fascia remained in a shortened resting position during the night, but waking up, foot movements require stretching of the fascia which, remaining contracted due to inflammation, causes pain.
During sport, pain occurs in the warm-up phase and then decreases or disappears during training.
However, it is not recommended to continue training because this type of inflammation does not heal spontaneously and instead tends to get worse with sport.