Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition that comes about when the thick, rubbery band of tissue running along your foot’s soles becomes strained. It can act as either an arch or truss depending on what you do with it during activities like walking and rubbing against something rough. But no matter which way this muscle acts; its main duty in life seems to be providing support for all things above it – including our heels!
Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is pain that shoots from the arch of your foot to the heel. The symptoms include a dull, constant ache and stabbing pains at times as well. Plantar fasciitis is a condition that many people develop around their feet and ankles. It can also be accompanied by inflammation caused on top of its area, which often worsens when you stand after sitting for long periods but not during exercise like running because plantar fascia muscles stretch as we land our weight onto them causing injury if they are too tight or pressure from standing hours with an increased risk in tearing these tissues.

Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

Too much pressure and stretching damages inflame or tear your plantar fascia. Unfortunately, there’s no discernable cause for some cases. However, you are more likely to get plantar fasciitis if:

  • You have high arched feet or flat feet – You wear shoes that don’t support your foot (especially on a hard surface)
  • 70% of patients with plantar fascia is also an athlete.

Another cause could also come from trauma which would limit one’s ability to feel what should hurt them when stretching improperly; without feeling any discomfort in certain places.

Diagnosis of Plantar Fasciitis

Your healthcare provider will, after noting your medical history and performing a physical examination on the foot you suspect is injured, take x-rays if necessary for diagnosis. This should be treated as soon as possible to avoid any further damage or permanent injury.

Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

WaveTech Birmingham got you covered! We offer a wide range of treatments for plantar fasciitis, and we’re confident that one will suit your needs.

For those who want to avoid invasive procedures or surgery in order get relief from their pain as soon possible, there are other options such chiropractic care which can help at home with exercises customized just for them – it’s all about getting back on track so don’t hesitate any longer: contact us today!

At WaveTech Therapy, we use acoustic waves to treat plantar fasciitis for good by assisting your body to heal the trauma & inflammation associated with the condition.

During acoustic wave therapy, our physicians use a unique probe to push the waves to your skin. The sound waves travel throughout your skin until they reach your swollen tissue.

FAQ’s on Plantar Fasciitis

Q. Is Anesthesia really required in plantar fasciitis treatment?
A. Shockwave therapy is painless and non-invasive. It is conducted in the office, and No anesthesia is not required.

Q. How long can you take to recover from plantar fasciitis after acoustic therapy?
A. There is no recovery time or downtime required. You can resume your normal activities instantly after the procedure.

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2100 Southbridge Parkway Suite 260
Birmingham, AL 35209

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