Torn Plantar Fascia injury after Plantar Fasciitis surgery.
Hey, Joshua The Tendonitis Expert here.
I'm pointing you to a question in the 'Ask The Tendonitis Expert' forum from a woman that tripped and further ripped the plantar fascia that was cut during her Plantar Fasciotomy.
Plantar Fasciitis surgery usually doesn't end up -this- bad, but it is a good reminder that this further injury is absolutely possible.
When you cut flesh that is designed to hold things together and/or support a weighted structure.....
Failed Plantar Fasciitis Release Surgery
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