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Got Plantar Fasciitis?

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Nearly 2 million Americans suffer from heel pain each year and one of the most common forms of this debilitating pain is Plantar Fasciitis. At Advanced Rehab and Medical, PC we have treatments available to help you!

So, what is Plantar Fasciitis?

Most commonly it is described as a sharp stabbing, burning, or aching pain in your foot or heel upon standing. The fascia is a fibrous band of tissue that runs between the heel bone and your toes and stretches with every step. Inflammation can occur anywhere along the inner, outer, or transverse areas of your foot. This means that you can feel pain from the base of your heel, inside of your foot, or worse, along the entire bottom of your foot.

Click on the Videos Below to Learn More about Plantar Fasciitis, Including Tips for at Home Treatment

Plantar Fasciitis: What You Need to Know, Part 1

Plantar Fasciitis: What You Need to Know, Part 2

How is Plantar Fasciitis Caused?

Plantar Fasciitis has two types of causes. One cause of Plantar Fasciitis is improper footwear. From flip-flops to high- heels to wore-out shoes, the soles of your feet need support. Another cause of Plantar Fasciitis is injury. This could be from your foot, hip, or knee or even your low back and pelvis. Our doctors do a detailed and thorough evaluation to see what underlying conditions may be causing your pain.

So, How Can We Help You?

Here at Advanced Rehab and Medical, PC we offer many treatments for Plantar Fasciitis. We don’t just treat the symptoms but rather address the problem. We offer custom orthotics, direct massage of the area, ultrasound, chiropractic manipulation to the foot and sometimes ankle, knee and low back or pelvis. Rapid Release Technology, a non-invasive therapy that breaks up scar tissue and helps improve circulation and healing is another common treatment as well as cold-laser therapy that help to accelerate the healing process.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis, now is the time to take control of your pain. Contact us at 731-664-6998 to receive a complimentary consultation.

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