The tear usually happens further forward than where the pain of plantar fasciitis usually occurs. It is often found 2 to 4 centimeters in front of the attachment of the plantar fascia into the calcaneus (heel bone). The patient will often recall feeling or hearing a "pop". When examined there may be pain when the toes are passively bent upwards (dorsiflexed). The usual treatment for this injury is non-weight bearing for 1 - 3 weeks in a cast and total casting for about 4 - 6 weeks. Full recovery will take 7 to 12 weeks. Nerve Entrapment Cramps usually last for seconds or minutes; at most 15 minutes. The muscle may still be sore as much as 24 hours after the cramp occurs. When you experience a cramp, stop what you’re doing and gently move your legs so that the cramped muscle is stretched. Stand against the wall and position your legs one behind the other. Your heels must touch the ground. Bend slightly toward the wall so that the calf is stretched perfectly. While sitting, lift your toes and extend your legs. While lying down, extend your legs and point your toes towards yourself. Upon sitting down to the substantive looking spread, newly shaved and in clean clothes, Eddie was well prepared to be a little bored by some casual mining gossip. But then Slikker and Muggleton went at it hammer and tongs. It was unseemly. Whenever either had half a mouth free, to the exclusion of all common sense and good manners, they talked shop. It was fairly easy to ignore the less than sparkling conversation whilst tucking into a first, and then a second plate, but eventually it began to grate. All countries and international organizations helping the Iranian authorities arrest more people for alleged drugs offenses need to take a long hard look at the potential impact of that assistance and what they could do to stop this surge of executions," said Harrison. "They cannot simply look the other way while hundreds of impoverished people are killed each year without fair trials, many only learning their fates a few hours before their deaths." In Monterrey, eight people were murdered. In one incident, five young men were kidnapped, taken to a street corner, lined up against a wall and shot. Plantar fasciitis is a condition of irritation to the plantar fascia, the thick ligament on the bottom of your foot. It classically causes pain and stiffness on the bottom of your heel and feels worse in the morning with the first steps out of bed and also in the beginning of an activity after a period of rest. For instance, after driving a car, people feel pain when they first get out, or runners will feel discomfort for the first few minutes of their run. The “hot spot” (black zone on the left foot) indicates an area of bone activity/bone remodeling typically consistent with a stress fracture of the heel.