When EBV releases large amounts of neurotoxins throughout the body, those neurotoxins disperse and settle on weak nerves in the body. If someone was once highly active on her or his feet, or once injured her or his feet or ankles, whether from dancing, athletics, a turned ankle, or an accident, the neurotoxins find these sensitive nerves almost as if they’re targeting them, resulting in inflammation and pain in nerves such as the tibial and the sciatic. For many, plantar fasciitis arises long after an initial injury, because it could be that an injury happened years before a person had an active, late-stage EBV infection.
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