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Pain In Your Feet Or Heels? You May Be Suffering From Plantar Fasciitis: Start Healing Today

The term “Plantar Fasciitis” may not mean much to you, but if you’re feeling tenderness on your foot’s base, sharp pain and you find yourself limping without knowing why then you might be suffering from this muscular condition. Contact Back2Health today and take advantage of our 15-minute free phone consultation to get you started with a treatment plan that will get you back on your feet again.

If walking has become painful and you even suffer while sitting down or laying in bed, there may be a number of factors to consider. But if your pain and soreness are localized on your heel’s base and it feels like a pinching pressure is penetrating through your foot, then you’re probably suffering from Plantar Fasciitis, a very common condition across the whole population, regardless of gender or age.

But the good news is that Plantar Fasciitis is easily treatable, provided you seek the help of experienced trained professionals. Back2Health has been named the #1 chiropractor’s office in the Poconos for 6 years in a row. Our team of practitioners specializes in physical therapy, massage therapy, and chiropractic care.

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  • Dr. Nathan Laubach: Academically trained in Spinal MRI Interpretation, Spinal Biomechanical Engineering, Automobile Crash Reconstruction and Crash Dynamics, Whiplash Associated Disorders, Triaging the Trauma Patient, Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Dr. Beth Laubach: Expert in holistic health management for the expectant mother, chiropractic care throughout all phases of pregnancy, evaluation and treatment of the infant and pediatric spine, neurosensory integration, neuroimmunology, and wellness-based nutrition.
  • Johanna M. Barnes: Trained in Eastern and Western healing arts, a registered massage therapist in New York State and Pennsylvania. Certified Personal Trainer with more than 26 years of experience in deep tissue massage, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy, sports massage, therapeutic touch, European massage, and myofascial release.

What Is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition that affects the foot’s base, more specifically the heel. It is caused by high levels of tension and stress over the plantar fascia, a thick band-like tissue that covers the base of the heel and connects its bone to the toes along the base of the feet. This muscle can become injured in various ways, including:
  • Sports-related efforts like long runs and aerobic sports as well as ballet, acrobatics, and artistic dance.
  • Pre-existing conditions like flat-foot and bad posture while walking and standing up can easily contribute to a plantar fasciitis condition.
  • Too much weight, effort, and stress put on the body.
  • Daily activities, such as jobs that require us to be on our feet for long periods of time.

Symptoms To Look Out For

  • Sharp pain on your heel or foot’s base
  • Sudden limping and difficulty walking
  • Tenderness and swelling of the heel and muscles

How Is Plantar Fasciitis Treated?

Now that you know what this condition is all about and how it can originate, it’s time to take a look at what treatments can help you get rid of that annoying pain that prevents you from having normal freedom of movement and enjoy physical activity. All of these treatments are provided by Back2Health and you can learn more about them by calling us right now and getting a free 15-minute phone consultation with our educated staff.

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is one of the most common practices prescribed by experts all around the world to take care of plantar fasciitis in an effective and reliable way. There are no magical solutions that will make everything go away in an instant. This is what treatment is all about: a planned, continued therapy to gradually heal a particular condition.

Stretching Exercises: Stretching the muscles and tendons that surround the affected area can help recover their strength and make the pain go away by making them go back to their original state. This practice is similar to that of recovering after a sprain injury. Helping your tissues heal by executing controlled movements towards regaining their normal capabilities.

Massage Therapies: Both Eastern and Western healing arts can help your feet recover their muscle strength while also applying pain relief massages on the affected areas.

Braces: This classic back support and posture-correcting method will help you maintain proper posture and movement when you get back home from our clinic. It’s important to take some precautions in between sessions to encourage progress and keep your feet from getting hurt again. Of course, this depends on the severity of your particular condition.
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Stop suffering from that unbearable pain generated by Plantar Fasciitis today by calling us and getting a free 15-minute phone consultation with our team of experts. Let’s start addressing your condition by understanding your unique situation. We provide each patient with individualized care and craft a treatment plan that is fully personalized.

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