Have you woken up in the morning, swung your feet over the side of the bed, and felt the stab of pain as you transfer your body weight to your feet for the first time that day? Or maybe you feel stabbing heel pain, numbness or tingling throughout the day when you get up and take the first few steps after you’ve been sitting for a while? If this sounds familiar, you could be suffering from plantar fasciitis, which is just a fancy technical name we give to pain caused by strain of the plantar fascia tissue in your heel. It’s…