If you've delt with plantar fasciitis in the past, you know how debilitating it feels.
Not being able to enjoy the outdoors, difficulty walking/ running, and always having that though of not being sure you'll ever get back to normal are thoughts that may have crossed your mind.
- Distance runners
- Track & Field athletes
- Tennis players
- Pickleball players
- Middle aged-women
- Pes planus (fallen arch)
- Sudden increase in training demand
- Change in running surface
- Biomechanical flaws
People suffering from plantar fasciitis may need to temporarily reduce the amount of physical activity that exacerbates symptoms, including jumping, running, and sprinting.
Once you find a tolerable level of activity, you should not increase the intensity by more than 10% per week.
If running is unbearable, try less strenuous activities such as swimming, cycling, and elliptical machines.
Our goal is to not only provide you with the correct diagnosis, but determine the root cause of your injury and create an individualized treatment plan specifically for you and your goals.
The best treatment outcomes for plantar fasciitis are achieved by combining a multitude of techniques:
- Chiropractic adjustments
- Soft tissue treatment
- Exercise rehabilitation