| | Plantar Fasciitis
Someone mentioned here on the board that "Plantar Fasciitis" can be a cause of low thryoid. I found this on the internet about plantar fasciitis:
The first health care provider you should see is your family Doctor for a complete medical examination because plantar fasciitis may be a symptom or a warning of health disorders in other parts of your body. If your diagnosis is plantar fasciitis you may be referred you to a Podiatrist, Physiotherapist or Chiropractor depending on your individual circumstances.
Common plantar fasciitis tests are:
diabetes, degenerative joint diseases, lupus, fibromyalgia, ms, arthritis, lymes disease, parasites, vitamin B12 and C deficiency, thyroid levels, mercury toxicity, candida, adrenal deficiency, structural stress fractures and bone spurs.
This is very interesting to me because I have plantar fasciitis (it's much better now) which started when I started having thryoid problems.
Does anyone have any more information on this?