End Plantar Fasciitis Pain !!
Plantar Fasciitis is one of the common foot issues which has been difficult to alleviate until NOW. After many years of working with clients with Plantar Fasciitis, we have found a successful multi-prong program. Those who follow the Healthy feet Program get quick reduction of pain and are often pain free in 6 to 8 weeks.
It all start with your appointment for your 3-D feet scan and shoe evaluation. We need to understand your feet, activity level, and life style before tailoring the Healthy Feet Program for you.
Your program to relieve your Plantar Fasciitis will include:
Proper Footwear Options
Custom Made Computer Orthotics
Daily stretching exercises
Monitoring daily activities
In the more difficult cases of Plantar Fasciitis , we recommend:
Our Health Feet Program addresses the cause of Plantar Fasciitis. Not offering something to just masking the pain while your Plantar Fasciitis gets worse. Get you on the road to recovery by stopping the daily damage and giving your foot time to heal.
There are other solutions however they all have draws back and could cause more problems. More about how to treat Plantar Fasciitis.
WebMD and Mayo Clinic suggest the following:
Pain relievers such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) and naproxen (Aleve) may ease the pain and inflammation associated with plantar fasciitis.
Surgical or other procedures:
When more-conservative measures aren’t working, your doctor might recommend:
Steroid shots. Injecting a type of steroid medication into the tender area can provide temporary pain relief. Multiple injections aren’t recommended because they can weaken your plantar fascia and possibly cause it to rupture, as well as shrink the fat pad covering your heel bone.
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy. In this procedure, sound waves are directed at the area of heel pain to stimulate healing. It’s usually used for chronic plantar fasciitis that hasn’t responded to more-conservative treatments. This procedure may cause bruises, swelling, pain, numbness or tingling and has not been shown to be consistently effective.
Surgery. Few people need surgery to detach the plantar fascia from the heel bone. It’s generally an option only when the pain is severe and all else fails. Side effects include a weakening of the arch in your foot.
Each and every time you have heel pain with first step out of bed, after sitting a while, or after exercise, you are re-injuring your foot.
Stop the damage and start the healing by start The Healthy Feet Program Today ! (driving directions here)
The Healthy Feet Program can also prevent Plantar Fasciitis too.