If you are concerned that you may have developed this syndrome, review this list of symptoms to see if they match with your experience:
• Aching, sharp or burning pain in the sole of your foot, often centering in the heel area.
• Foot pain that occurs as soon as you step out of bed or get to your feet after prolonged periods of sitting.
• Pain that may decrease eventually after you’ve been on your feet for awhile, only to return later in the day.
• Sudden heel pain or pain that builds gradually.
• Foot pain that has lasted for more than a few days, or which you experience periodically over the course of months or years.
• Pain in just one foot, though it is possible to have Plantar Fasciitis affect both feet.
• Swelling, redness, or feelings of heat in the heel area.