Our Naturopathic Doctors have an impeccable track record with effective relief of plantar fascitis. Our doctors will cut the duration of Plantar fascitis in half at the bare minimum and the overwhelming majority of patients find complete resolution in less than 10 treatments.
Plantar fascitis is a very painful condition that effects every step a person takes. Plantar fascitis is an inflammatory process of the connective tissue in the bottom of the foot, the plantar fascia. Plantar fascitis can be localized or spread throughout the entire bottom of the foot. Usually it is noticed as heel pain or pain in the arch or pain in the balls of the feet. The pain in the feet can be debilitating.
Treat the Cause and Cure the Symptom
Our doctors treat the cause of the plantar fascitis and that is why we get such impressive results. The plantar fascia is connected to the heel and joins the connective tissue of the achilles tendon. As such, tension in the achilles tendon will pull on the plantar fascia and cause excessive wear that eventually leads to inflammation.
Another cause of plantar fascitis is misaligned foot bones. When the foot bones that hold the arch of the foot are out of place they will cause the arch to carry excess tension every step a person takes and that may lead to the inflammation.
Another avenue to address in plantar fascitis is the avenue of the tissue chemistry. We often utilize safe effective natural products to help settle the inflammation in the plantar fascia. There are other issue to address but by looking into these main areas we see the feet improve.
In treating the cause of the plantar fascitis we must balance all the supporting biomechanics that lead to plantar fascitis. In simple cases of plantar fascitis we may only need to rebalance the proper firing of the muscles in the foot and leg while we release the tension in the plantar fascia. In more complex cases of plantar fascitis we will do the above plus address the biomechanics of the entire body that may be leading to an imbalanced gait(way of walking) that leads to the excessive tension in the plantar fascia and eventually sets up for plantar fascitis.