Plantar Fasciitis

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

The discomfort felt in the heel and the sole of the foot is often attributed to plantar fasciitis. Inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that extends from the heel to the toes, is the root cause of this condition. Because of the discomfort associated with this illness, prolonged standing or walking may be impossible.

How Pivotal Chiropractic and Wellness Can Help

Plantar fasciitis is a common complaint, and we at Pivotal Chiropractic and Wellness are aware of the pain and inconvenience it may cause. Because of this, we provide a range of pain-relieving and healing services.

chiropractic therapy is one of the major methods we can assist you. By realigning the foot’s skeletal structure, chiropractors can reduce inflammation and stress on the plantar fascia, leading to better foot function.

Massage therapy is another therapeutic alternative we provide. Tension and poor circulation in the muscles and tissues of the foot and lower leg can be alleviated with massage, which in turn reduces inflammation and speeds recovery.

We also provide our patients stretching and strengthening exercises to undertake on their own time in addition to the manual treatments we employ. When you work out the muscles in your foot and lower leg, you may enhance your foot’s general function and lessen the likelihood of future problems.

To alleviate plantar fasciitis pain, we may also suggest orthotic inserts or other forms of arch support. These aids may be modified to meet the specific requirements of each patient, all while giving the foot the stability and support it requires.

Although plantar fasciitis can be a major nuisance, it can be easily treated if given the attention it requires. Here at Pivotal Chiropractic and Wellness, we provide a wide variety of pain relief and healing services, from chiropractic adjustments to massage therapy, from stretching and strengthening exercises to the use of therapeutic equipment. Feel free to contact us for assistance if you are experiencing plantar fasciitis.

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