Steroid injection foot plantar fasciitis

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  • Citation tools Download this article to citation manager McMillan Andrew M , Landorf Karl B , Gilheany Mark F , Bird Adam R , Morrow Adam D , Menz Hylton B et al. Ultrasound guided corticosteroid injection for plantar fasciitis: randomised controlled trial BMJ 2012; 344 :e3260
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    Cortisone injections are extremely safe, but they do still have potential problems. If you are concerned about having a cortisone shot, talk with your doctor. While cortisone is a powerful treatment for many orthopedic conditions, there are usually other options that can also be tried. Many doctors will offer an injection as they are quick, easy, and most often effective. However, your doctor should also be able to offer other treatments for inflammation that may also be effective for those that cannot have, or don't want, a cortisone injection.

    Steroid injection foot plantar fasciitis

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