x-ray of feet with ankles with the heel shown to be in pain

Have you been suffering from a sharp pain in your heel in the mornings? As you move around, does the pain lessen? Do you want to visit a physical therapist, but don’t think it’s anything major?

Chances are you are in need of plantar fasciitis treatment, a painful condition with easy measures of reparation. The cause of this condition is very simple. A key muscle, the plantar fascia, becomes inflamed. This can happen in many ways, including excessive or low-volume usage. This muscle happens to connect your toes to your heel bone. When the plantar fascia becomes inflamed, you can feel it quite acutely with every step that you take.

Plantar fasciitis is also a rather common condition, too. The condition can be found in those that are 40 or older, have flat or atypical feet, or are overweight. Also, if you have a job that requires long amounts of standing, this can exacerbate any pre-existing chances of plantar fasciitis occurring. Athletes can have a predisposition towards getting this condition as well.

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How We Treat Plantar Fasciitis

Methods for plantar fasciitis treatment are quite simple. Stretching and splints can assist in rehabilitating your plantar fascia back to normal. This could help minimize and repair any damage caused.

However, it is strongly advised to consult a professional before continuing on with a certain rehabilitation routine. If the condition is ignored, pain could spread to other areas of the body. Suddenly, your plantar fasciitis treatment would need to expand to your back, hips, and other extremities. Things could quickly go from bad to worse.

That’s where BioMotion comes in.

Our BioMotion Physical Therapists are equipped in managing heel pain exactly like this. Because plantar fasciitis is so common, we have extensive knowledge in the proper ways to treat the condition. We can also suggest solutions beyond the normal and cater to your specified needs.

We understand your needs. We deal with pain management cases every single day. With the amount of clients we deal with, we’re able to craft a learning opportunity for each one of our specialists. Those opportunities turn into the knowledge that we use. This lets us craft a plan of action to address plantar fasciitis treatment head on. The methods we use with you are specialized just for your rehabilitation. We want to get your life back up on its feet.

If you are interested in getting the solutions that you need, contact our offices and set up an appointment today.

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