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Plantar Fasciitis:What is it? What is it not?


Plantar Fasciitis is a disorder of the tough and strong connective tissue on the bottom of your foot. Its what feels like that “arch” that connects your forefoot to your heel. It comes in all shapes and sizes, usually presents as first few steps are painful after a period of rest, but there is one common deno


minator: IT HURTS.

There are varying causes which all depend on your situation, are you training for an event, did it come out of nowhere, does calf/achilles pain accompany it, did you change shoes recently, what does your gait look like. Whatever the cause is, we will help determine how to identify and modify what’s needed to decrease your symptoms. All of these things, a combination, or none of the things listed could be causing your symptoms, which is why its important to get evaluated rather than try store bought methods!

If you or someone you know needs help on their road to recovery, give us a call at (331)-215-4919 or message us here for appointment availability!

Treatment: Like all conditions - we treat YOU the individual, what might work for some may or may not work for you. We treat your condition to decrease your symptoms providing the framework for long term solutions through short term relief.

These include: Manual Therapy

Soft tissue manipulation Joint manipulation/adjusting Static/Dynamic cupping Electric muscle stimulation + heat/ice Mechanical Diagnosis &



Therapy (MDT/“McKenzie Method”) Neurodymanics Therapeutic Exercise. #plantarfascia #plantarfasciitis #heelpain #footpain #plantarfasciitissucks #pronation #plantarfasciastretch #fallenarches #foot #plantarfasciitisrelief #feet #anklejoint #anklepain #orthotic #flatfeet #running #overpronation #archsupport #podiatry #heelpainrelief #fatpad #flatfeetproblems #orthotics #supination #pronatedfeet #foothealth #plantarfasciitisproblems #massage #chiropractic #naperville








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