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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Are you looking for plantar fasciitis treatment in The Woodlands? If so, Core Health Spine & Rehabilitation is here to help you. We have a tremendous amount of experience helping patients recover from plantar fasciitis. It would be our pleasure to assist you as well. By working with the team from our practice, we can place you in the best position possible to recover by customizing our treatment options to meet your needs. Learn more about how we can help you below! 

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Plantar Fasciitis

What Is Plantar Fasciitis and What Does it Feel Like?

Plantar fasciitis can lead to heel pain. It commonly develops in people who run long distances. The condition leads to inflammation of a band of tissue across the bottom of the foot. This tissue connects the heel to the toes, and inflammation can lead to significant pain. Plantar fasciitis usually presents as a stabbing pain that occurs when people get up in the morning. Then, as you move around and lose your foot, the pain may get better. 

Plantar Fasciitis Causes and Risk Factors

The most common cause of this condition is an overuse injury. For example, people who run long distances can develop small tears in the plantar fascia. As a result, this can lead to inflammation and irritation, leading to discomfort. Other common risk factors include: 

  • Individuals who are between the ages of 40 and 60
  • Those who engage in certain types of exercise including aerobic dance, ballet dancing, and long-distance running
  • Individuals with flat feet or high arches 
  • People who are overweight or obese

Anyone who falls into the categories above may have a greater risk of developing heel pain. 

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Types of Plantar Fasciitis Pain

There are several types of pain from this condition. These include: 

Acute Plantar Fasciitis

Acute plantar fasciitis pain is discomfort that develops immediately. This type of pain can develop quickly if numerous tears develop in the fascia during athletic activities.

Illustration of a pair of feet with labels pointing to Plantar fascia and Heel bone in the healthy foot, and the foot on the right with Plantar fasciitis

Chronic Plantar Fasciitis

In contrast, chronic plantar fasciitis develops slowly over a longer amount of time. For example, people may notice minor discomfort when you get up in the morning; however, this can get progressively worse during subsequent days.

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When To See a Chiropractor for Plantar Fasciitis 

There are several signs that indicate you need to see a specialist. These include: 

  • You have already been to visit your primary care doctor several times and the condition is not getting any better. 
  • You are having a lot of trouble getting out of bed in the morning. 
  • You feel like your athletic performance is suffering. 

What is the best treatment for plantar fasciitis? 

What Is the Best Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis?

There is no single “best” treatment out there, but you do need to work with someone who can customize your treatment process to meet your specific needs. Examples of possible treatments include: 

Chiropractic Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

In chiropractic treatment for this condition, a chiropractor can use adjustments and manipulations to properly align the tendons, ligaments, and bones in your foot. This can remove tension from the fascia, helping you recover.

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Plantar Fasciitis Pain Management Therapy

Pain management therapy can also help you recover from plantar fasciitis pain. By performing certain techniques and providing you with specific exercises, you can reduce the discomfort on the bottom of your foot.

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Physical Rehabilitation for Plantar Fasciitis 

Physical rehabilitation can strengthen vulnerable parts of your foot, removing stress from the plantar fascia.

Core Health Spine & Rehabilitation: Experts in Treating Plantar Fasciitis

If you want to recover from plantar fasciitis, then you need to work with Core Health Spine and Rehabilitation. All providers have an unparalleled amount of experience working with individuals who suffer from this condition. We can use this experience to help you as well.

Contact Core Health Spine & Rehabilitation Today for Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

If you are looking for the best plantar fasciitis treatment in The Woodlands, contact us today at 281-364-2673 to make an appointment!

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